The famous painter Daniel Richter was showing his latest series of works at the internationally recognized Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, combined with superb natural objects from the collection of Andreas Guhr's gallery. Under the title "Spagotzen", a neologism coined by the artist, the exhibition comprises fifteen works showing mysterious figures bathed in an artificial light typical of this artist.
Richter's new block of works is distinguished on the one hand by an innovative, graphic style, and on the other by a novel orientation towards the world of symbolism at the turn of the last century. One of these exceptional exhibits was the biggest known piece of the Sikhote-Alin out of Russia. An impressing huge sculpted iron meteorite, covered with individual regmaglypts, formed through ablation and fusion during its travel through space and time.