Richard Diebenkorn Two-Way, 1982 Soft ground etching with drypoint Image Size: 24 x 15 Paper Size: 40 x 26 Edition Size: 35

Richard Diebenkorn Two-Way, 1982 Soft ground etching with drypoint Image Size: 24 x 15 Paper Size: 40 x 26 Edition Size: 35

Gerhard Richter » Art » Paintings » Abstracts » Forest » 892-3

Gerhard Richter » Art » Paintings » Abstracts » Forest » 892-3

richard diebenkorn oceanpark series | Diebenkorn, "The Ocean Park Series"

richard diebenkorn oceanpark series | Diebenkorn, "The Ocean Park Series"

Leandro Erlich is known for installations that seem to defy the basic laws of physics and befuddle the viewer, who is introduced into jarring environments that momentarily threaten a sense of balance or space. For this exhibition, Erlich presents one of his most well-known and critically acclaimed pieces, Swimming Pool.

Leandro Erlich is known for installations that seem to defy the basic laws of physics and befuddle the viewer, who is introduced into jarring environments that momentarily threaten a sense of balance or space. For this exhibition, Erlich presents one of his most well-known and critically acclaimed pieces, Swimming Pool.

Gerhard Richter, Sommertag, 1999. Albertina, Wien - Dauerleihgabe aus österreichischem Privatbesitz

Gerhard Richter, Sommertag, 1999. Albertina, Wien - Dauerleihgabe aus österreichischem Privatbesitz

Gerhard Richter, Rakete (Rocket) 1966, 93 cm x 73 cm, Oil on canvas

Gerhard Richter, Rakete (Rocket) 1966, 93 cm x 73 cm, Oil on canvas

An amazing fake pool! Initially conceived of 12 years ago, the 'fake' swimming pool by Argentinian artist Leandro Erlich, known for his illusion-like installations, has been featured at various museums around the world.

An amazing fake pool! Initially conceived of 12 years ago, the 'fake' swimming pool by Argentinian artist Leandro Erlich, known for his illusion-like installations, has been featured at various museums around the world.

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