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Sigmar Polke’s photographic infamies at LE BAL


“My art is like a bush pruned by prejudice – despite it all we grow, even better. And not only do we proliferate upwards, but also downwards.” – Sigmar Polke The 300 photographs from Georg Polke’s collection constitute  a cross section of Sigmar Polke’s photographic corpus,allowing us to measure the richness of the German artist’s iconographic universe between 1970 and 1986. There is no hierarchy in these images in which “family” photos, self-portraits taken with associates and accomplices, snapshots, documents destined to be worked on visually, graphic and chemical experiments, travel snaps, as well as pictures made under the influence...

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