Sigmar Polke: Photographs 1969-1974. Edited by Tim Nye. Essay by Mariette Althaus. Foundation 20 21, New York, 2006. 32 unbound tritone plates (9.75 x 12.5 in.) on heavy paper stock housed in box with a 41 pp. softbound booklet. Box wrapped with original rubber band.
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"Although he’s best known as a painter, an inveterate experimenter whose trademark style is never to settle on a style, Sigmar Polke has been taking and printing photographs throughout his career— or in some cases taking photographs and setting the film aside until he had enough money to print them. Polke studied painting at the Düsseldorf Kunstakademie, and in the lean years after his 1968 graduation, made thousands of images on that system. This boxed limited edition includes 32 unbound, loose tritones and a 41-page softcover book on his photographs from 1969 to 1974."--the publisher
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