Those visiting Paris will have the chance to view the new Anselm Kiefer Retrospective at the Centre Pompidou, the first to take place in France in the last thirty years, which opens its doors this Wednesday, 16 December, and will run until 18 April 2016.
Just under 150 works covering the artist’s career from the 1960’s to present day will be exhibited across the Galerie 1’s 2000 square meters, including 60 paintings – some of his most famous pieces like
Quaternität (1973), Resurrexit (1973),...

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