German painter Daniel Richter exhibits new paintings at Regen Projects, marking his fifth solo exhibition with the gallery, Furor II. Drawing on a 1916 postcard depicting two wounded WWI soldiers, Furor II wavers between abstraction and figuration, set in front of color-blocked backgrounds.
Richter broke through in the 1990s in the wake of Germany's neo-expressionist Junge Wilde generation, since experimenting and changing his visual language. In recent years, Richter has focused on gestural qualities of painting, fragmenting figuration—something particularly evident in Furor II.
Daniel Richter: Furor II is open at Regen Projects in Los Angeles through December 23.