Sigmar Polke: Works on Paper from the 1960's | David Zwirner

Sigmar Polke

Works on Paper from the 1960's

Concurrent with the Raymond Pettibon exhibition of drawings, the gallery will feature a show of selected works on paper from the 1960s by German artist Sigmar Polke.

Sigmar Polke is one of the most important post-war painters to emerge from Germany. His work has been shown extensively around the world and is represented in most international museum collections. His last large-scale exhibition in New York City took place at the Brooklyn Museum in 1992.

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Dates
September 14October 14, 1995
Artist
A drawing by Sigmar Polke, titled Ohne Titel (Gesicht mit Bambusstab), dated 1968.

Sigmar Polke

Ohne Titel (Gesicht mit Bambusstab), 1968
Watercolor, gouache, and India ink on paper
8 1/4 x 5 3/4 inches (21 x 14.5 cm)
An installation view of the exhibition Sigmar Polke: Works on Paper from the 1960's, at David Zwirner New York, dated 1995.
An installation view of the exhibition Sigmar Polke: Works on Paper from the 1960's, at David Zwirner New York, dated 1995.

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