6 edition of Sigmar Polke found in the catalog.
July 2, 2002
by The Museum of Modern Art, New York
Written in English
|Contributions||Michael Semff (Editor), Bice Curiger (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||200|
Feb 27, · Sigmar Polke was one such German artist, and although he was mostly known for his paintings and photographs, his artistic oeuvre also contains films, performances, and works like large, three-dimensional light boxes. He has left a strong influence on the art world both via his pieces and the effect he had on other theslopelounge.comality: Germany. This volume celebrates the last three decades of Sigmar Polke's creative output, following the profound evolution that took place in his painting of the early s. Polke () both contributed to the key creative movements of his age and destabilized them, constantly experimenting with Author: Sigmar Polke.
Sigmar Polke was a German painter and photographer, who represented New European Painting movement. His inventive paintings and photographs employed non-traditional materials, such as meteorite dust or detergent. Book Description: An illustrated exploration of Girlfriends (/66), one of Sigmar Polke's important early paintings.. The artist Sigmar Polke () worked across a broad range of media-including photography, painting, printmaking, sculpture, and film-and in styles that varied from abstract expressionism to Pop.
Sigmar Polke Watchtower Not on view; The high scaffold in Watchtower could be a hunters' blind but also whispers of the guards' post—perhaps on the East-West border within a still-divided Germany, perhaps on a concentration-camp fence. Polke stenciled this skeletal frame in a series of paintings begun in , varying the imagery around it. She ends up a Laurel tree. In contemporary art mythology, Sigmar Polke is a magician who transforms seemingly unrelated imagery and techniques into whirlwind, idiosyncratic collages that astonish the expectant eye. And then there is this object, "Daphne," an artist's book created by Sigmar Polke.
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An illustrated exploration of Girlfriends (/66), one of Sigmar Polke's important early paintings. The artist Sigmar Polke (–) worked across a broad range of media—including photography, painting, printmaking, sculpture, and film—and in styles that varied from abstract expressionism to Pop.
This volume in Afterall's One Work series offers an illustrated exploration of. Sigmar Polke has 41 books on Goodreads with ratings. Sigmar Polke’s most popular book is How to See: Looking, Talking, and Thinking about Art.
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Sigmar Polke Museum Exhibition Catalogues, Monographs, Artist's Projects, Curatorial Writings and Essays "Since the s Polke has devoted himself, with a lucid and ironic turn of mind, to the study of our postwar consumer society. Sigmar Polke: History of Everything, Paintings and Drawings, Paintings and Drawings, (Published in Association with the Dallas Museum of Art).
Sigmar Polke (born ) recently completed a series of 12 windows for the Grossmünster cathedral in Zürich, setting new standards for the mutual relationship between art and church. One group of seven Romanesque windows shows luminous mosaics of thinly sliced agate, some of it artificially colored, to produce pulsating blocks of back-lit color.
Says Marina Warner, "The interior of rocks. Characterized by wit and endless inventiveness, Sigmar Polke created an oeuvre that is wildly diverse in its exploration of mediums and materials. Inspired by his fascination with science and alchemy, Polke innovated techniques in painting and photography by manipulating chemical theslopelounge.comality: German.
Sigmar Polke (13 February – 10 June ) was a German painter and photographer. Polke experimented with a wide range of styles, subject matters and materials. In the s, he concentrated on photography, returning to paint in the s, when he produced abstract works created by chance through chemical reactions between paint and other products.
Sigmar Polke was an influential German artist whose inventive paintings and photographs employed non-traditional materials, such as meteorite dust or detergent.
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See available prints and multiples, works on paper, and paintings for sale Nationality: German. Jun 05, · Within the arsenal of unusual and experimental techniques on clamorous display in Alibis: Sigmar Polke –, the artist’s prints are notable for their sly celebration of the halftone dot pattern, the tonal register that has enabled images to be reproduced in newspaper photographs, magazine ads, consumer packaging, etc.
since the late 19th century. Nov 21, · Sigmar Polke was one of the most significant German artists to emerge in the s, making art in a huge range of materials from painting, drawing and film to potatoes, snail juice and meteor dust.
As an artist he responded to consumer society, confronted the memory of the Nazi’s, and took hallucinogenic drugs. Curator Mark Godfrey explains why he thinks Polke is ‘one of the most exciting.
Past show featuring works by Sigmar Polke at Museum Ludwig Cologne, Heinrich Böll Platz Mar 14th – Jul 5th Sigmar Polke (–) is widely recognized for his multidisciplinary output of paintings, photographs, drawings, prints, objects, installations, and films.
Characterized by a relentlessly experimental and inquisitive approach to a wide variety of styles and subject matter, the artist’s work engages unconventional materials and techniques, and playfully defies social, political, and Author: Sigmar Polke.
One of the main exponents of Capitalist Realism - a current that arose in the s in opposition to both the Socialist Realism widespread in the countries of Eastern Europe and Western pop art - Sigmar Polke was a tireless experimenter of techniques, art materials, and chemical-alchemical processes.
Feb 09, · Sigmar Polke, German artist whose complex and layered paintings played an important role in the resurgence of modern German art. Polke emigrated with his family from East Germany to West Germany insettling in Düsseldorf, where he studied.
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Sponsor a Book. Edit. Last.Jun 16, · Sigmar Polke – sorry I missed you W hen Sigmar Polke was preparing his retrospective for Tate Liverpool inI was sent to interview him for a magazine. Setting off early one dank winter Author: Adrian Searle.