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Grun-Blau-Rot (Fur Parkett 35) ((Green-Blue-Red) For Parkett 35)

Gerhard Richter-Grun-Blau-Rot (Fur Parkett 35) ((Green-Blue-Red) For Parkett 35)-1993

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Grun-Blau-Rot (Fur Parkett 35) ((Green-Blue-Red) For Parkett 35)
30 x 40 cm
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Oil on canvas
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Signed, numbered and dated '789-43 richter, 93' (on the reverse)
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Provenance :
Galerie Schonefeld und Beuse, Krefeld; Acquired from the previous by the present owner in 2000
Exhibition History :
Los Angeles, MAK-Center for Arts and Architecture,Silent & Violent, 1995 (another from the series exhibited, illustrated in colour, unpaged); New York, The Museum of Modern Art,Collaborations with Parkett: 1984 to Now, 2001 (another from the series exhibited); Dublin, Irish Museum of Modern Art,Beautiful Productions. Parkett Editions since 1984, 2002 (another from the series exhibited); Zurich, Kunsthaus Zurich, Parkett - 20 Years of Artist's Collaborations, 2004 (another from the series exhibited); Kanazawa, 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art,200 Artworks 25 Years. Artist's Editions for PARKETT, 2009 (another from the series exhibited, illustrated in colour, p. 339); Singapore, Singapore Tyler Print Institute,200 Artworks - 25 Years, Artists' Editions for Parkett, 2010 (another from the series exhibited). This exhibition later travelled to Seoul, Seoul Arts Center/Hangaram Museum; Beijing, Ullens Center for Contemporary Art,INSIDE A BOOK A HOUSE OF GOLD: Artists' Editions for Parkett, 2012 (another from the series exhibited); Taipei, Taipei Fine Arts Museum,Parkett - 220 Artists' Editions & Collaborations +5, 2013 (another from the series exhibited)

Christie’s London

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