Tate exclusive mini print of Sigmar Polke's 'Sigmar Polke Polke as an Astronaut'. The original was painted in 1968 using dispersion paint on fabric.
Born in Germany in 1941, Sigmar Polke was one of the most insatiably experimental artists of the twentieth century. He worked in off-the-wall materials, often appropriating images and techniques from other artists. Polke took a wildly different approach to art-making throughout his career, from his responses to consumer society in the 1960s to his interest in travel, drugs and communal living in the 1970s and his increasingly experimental practice after 1980.
This love of experimentation, abrupt stylistic changes and of contradiction, irony and mocking remained essential to his innovative art and have left his work hard to categorise, even after his death in 2010.
35.6 x 28 cm (paper size). Image size 26.2 cm x 22 cm. Printed on matt art paper 250gsm
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