The German-born, New York based painter Michael Krebber is supported by a dream team of dealers and collectors. His work, which toys with art history by challenging perceptions of what a painting can look like (he’s painted text from webpages, made paintings that appear to be doodles, or unfinished), is represented by a list of galleries that reads like an Artforum Critics’ Picks checklist: Greene Naftali in New York, Chantal Crousel in Paris, Dépendance in Brussels, Galerie Buchholz, which has locations in Berlin, Cologne, and New York, and Maureen Paley in ...
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James Tarmy | Bloomberg Last Updated at December 16, 2017 23:27 IST