Artists Aurélie Mathigot and Gerard Richter showcase their art works inspired by the gradual alterations that nature makes to the landscape.

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Fascinated with modern day media-merging and appropriation, artist Gerard Richter manipulates his abstract paintings into prints, books, and other transformations. His latest works focus on the past, crafting time-consuming tapestries on a mechanical jacquard loom, translating paint into wool.

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