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Gerhard Richter: Engadin

Sale price$25.00

Coinciding with the eponymous exhibition happening concurrently at Nietzsche-Haus, Segantini Museum and Hauser & Wirth St. Moritz, ‘Gerhard Richter: Engadin’ delves into the artist’s deep relationship with the Engadin region in the Swiss Alps, which he first visited in the late eighties. In an insightful essay by Dieter Schwarz, curator of the exhibition, works in the exhibition are discussed to explore the Alpine landscapes’ impact on the artist. With eighty color illustrations, the book features paintings, overpainted photographs, and archival images, with some materials available to see published for the first time.

Gerhard Richter: Engadin
Gerhard Richter: Engadin Sale price$25.00




Hauser & Wirth Publishers / Nietzsche-Haus / Segantini Museum


Flexicover with flaps


Essay by Dieter Schwarz


72 pages


210 x 290 mm



Publication Date

December 2023

The Artist

Gerhard Richter

Gerhard Richter, born in 1932, is one of the most important and celebrated artists of our time. His works can be found in international collections and have been exhibited in numerous museums and galleries in Europe and the United States. Richter first vacationed in the Swiss Alpine village Sils, located in the Upper Engadin region, in 1989, a location he has regularly visited during both summer and winter holidays for over 25 years. Curated by Dieter Schwarz and presented across three venues in the Upper Engadin—Nietzsche-Haus, the Segantini Museum and Hauser & Wirth St. Moritz—this momentous exhibition is the first to explore Gerhard Richter’s deep connection with the Engadin's alpine landscape. More than seventy works from museums and private collections—including paintings, overpainted photographs, drawings and objects—are testament to the artist’s fascination with the Upper Engadin.