The Met Breuer had planned to conclude its run with an epic exhibition celebrating the career of Gerhard Richter. Only a lucky few managed to enjoy the exhibit in March during the nine days before the pandemic closed the doors of the Breuer for good. This small show in the Lehman Wing of the Met Fifth Avenue hosts the core of the canceled Breuer exhibition. A collection of four hyper abstract paintings by the German-born artist line the walls facing the four small photos which inspired the work. It is a fascinating story, well-worth a stop during your Met visit.

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