Gerhard Richter: Nowhere Man

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Richard Rhodes reviews the recent exhibition Gerhard Richter: Panorama at Tate Modern, London.

Rhodes writes that "The Tate show attests to a restless mind that never strays far from the complicated interactions of images and paint. Richter’s photographic Atlas is not part of the exhibition, but even without it, it is clear that for Richter, every image is a rabbit hole that opens to evasions of truth and to a false security about the stability of representational space. His art has been an evolution of paintings and objects that attest to the varieties of uncertainty embedded in contemporary consciousness."

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