Imma dig deeper on this, but you might as well be looking at it while I do so. Just clicked around a bit after seeing this on sweet Booooooom! and didn’t find much, at least not instantly. Part of my problem will be that I am seeking not just biographical information, but commentary on ideas like “how is he incorporating so much death and doom imagery without invoking goth?” Will tweet any progress.
Progress! And sure you don’t all tweet, didn’t mean to sound coercive, so here’s the 411: Saatchi has a selection of Gerhard’s works online, each with enjoyable and thought provoking commentary. The Loyal still has a 2008 show up with a statement. And if you travel back in web time to 2006, David Marcus will answer all of your questions in a most satisfying piece for The Brooklyn Rail.