Gerhard Richter's P10 Bagdad is a 50 x 40 cm Diasec-mounted chromogenic print on aluminium, 2014.
Numbered from the edition of 500.
Published by Heni Productions, London.
If Pablo Picasso is the face of pre-war art, and Andy Warhol the face of post-war, Gerhard Richter is firmly regarded as the face of contemporary art. His now iconic Abstraktes Bild paintings are amongst the most desirable works on the market and in 2015 one sold at auction for $46 million.
In terms of market importance, it would not be wrong to say that Richter sits alongside both Picasso and Warhol at the peak of the market.