Comprising some 140 works, the exhibition covers all the media Richter has used to create his landscapes, from painting, drawing, printmaking and photography to sculptures and artist’s books.
« Such works show my 'longing', they are a 'dream of classical order and an unspoilt world.' » — Gerhard Richter, 1981
From idea to exhibition
With the curators Hubertus Butin (Berlin), Cathérine Hug (Kunsthaus Zürich) and Lisa Ortner-Kreil (Bank Austria Kunstforum Wien), moderated by Christoph Stuehn.
Sun 13. 6. 2021, 11 a.m.–12.30 p.m.
CHF 10 / CHF 8 (concessions); CHF 4 with a valid exhibition ticket and for members. Part of the Zurich Art Weekend.
From the mind onto the paper
Armed with her typewriter, author Julia Weber accepts requests from exhibition visitors for new texts inspired by landscapes, which they can then take away with them.
Sun 27.6. 2021, 1 p.m.–6 p.m. in the Miró garden
A journey into the broad spectrum of piano sounds that could have accompanied Gerhard Richter in his work. With music from Johann Sebastian Bach to John Cage and György Kurtág; by and with guerillaclassics, Hiromi Gut, with emerging talents and surprise guests.
Wed 14.7. 2021, 6.30 p.m.–8 p.m. in and around the Kunsthaus Zürich
CHF 15 / CHF 10 (concessions); CHF 5 with a valid exhibition ticket and for members.
A 'Gerhard Richter' for your home?
Newly edited art prints in high quality and limited edition, exclusively and exceptionally authorised for the Kunsthaus Zürich. From CHF 150.- and the print 'Blattecke' (1967/2020) in a limited edition of 30 copies for CHF 4'900.-. Both were exceptionally and exclusively authorised by Gerhard Richter for the Kunsthaus Zürich. Available in the Kunsthaus shop and online.
Member benefit: 10% discount on taylored framing at 'Art Poster Gallery' at Stadelhofen station upon presentation of the member ID.
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