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Detail of Plover's Wing, 2009, by Julie Mehretu from her show 'Grey Area' at the Deutsche Guggenheim

Julie Mehretu's painting exhibition by Brian Dillon

Detail of Plover's Wing, 2009, by Julie Mehretu from her show 'Grey Area' at the Deutsche Guggenheim

Julie Mehrten  I like how the artist made this piece look so chaotic but also look planned and put together at the same time.  11/13/2015

Julie Mehrten I like how the artist made this piece look so chaotic but also look planned and put together at the same time. 11/13/2015

Gerhard Richter (b1932) Abstract Painting. From the mid-1980s, Richter began to use a home-made squeegee to rub and scrape the paint that he had applied in large bands across his canvases. In the 1990s the artist began to run his squeegee up and down the canvas in an ordered fashion to produce vertical columns that take on the look of a wall of planks

Gerhard Richter (b1932) Abstract Painting. From the mid-1980s, Richter began to use a home-made squeegee to rub and scrape the paint that he had applied in large bands across his canvases. In the 1990s the artist began to run his squeegee up and down the canvas in an ordered fashion to produce vertical columns that take on the look of a wall of planks

New favorite artist: Julie Mehretu. Fantastic contrast in color, stroke and fill. Her works conveys the bustle of urban life; organized, yet abstract and like a world-wind!

New favorite artist: Julie Mehretu. Fantastic contrast in color, stroke and fill. Her works conveys the bustle of urban life; organized, yet abstract and like a world-wind!

Julie Mehretu Stadia I (detail) 2004 108 x 144 in. (274.3 x 365.8 cm) Ink and acrylic on canvas Photo: Richard Stoner

Julie Mehretu Stadia I (detail) 2004 108 x 144 in. (274.3 x 365.8 cm) Ink and acrylic on canvas Photo: Richard Stoner

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