Pixels, Not Parables, for Cologne Cathedral’s Stained Glass Window



“a new stained-glass window in Germany’s Cologne Cathedral […] evokes technology and science, not religion and the divine. Contemporary German artist Gerhard Richter designed the 65-foot-tall work to replace the original, destroyed by bombs in World War II. As a starting point, he used his own 1974 painting 4096 Colors.” - story; the window was fully revealed today, more images and a short German text here.