Sam Francis

Untitled, 1984

106.7 X 73 inch

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Sigmar Polke

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Highly acclaimed for his persistent use of unorthodox materials and his experiment across a wide range of styles and subject matters, Sigmar Polke was a painter and photographer as well as a founding member of the Capitalist Realism painting movement.
Among Polke's most acclaimed paintings is Bunnies, a piece that uses the ‘dot’ technique popularised by Pop Artists such as Lichtenstein; succinctly showcasing Polke’s wry sense of irony, this painting on first appearances seems to depict an attractive group of women dressed provocatively in the style of Playboy bunnies, but upon closer inspection the faces of the women are grotesquely distorted by a set of coloured circles.
 
« I began drawing as a very young child and had a grandfather who experimented with photography, so those things constituted my first exposure to art. »
Sigmar Polke


Polke began to use a range of alchemical materials in his paintings throughout the 80’s - meteor dust, smoke, a mucous produced by snails, as well as varnis Read More

Sigmar Polke

Tisch Mit Umgekippter Kanne I, 1970

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Sigmar Polke

Mu Nieltnam Netorruprup., 1975

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What is appropriation?

What is appropriation?

The use of images or pre-existing objects with application of little or completely no transformation to them. It has played a very significant role in the history of visual, musical, performing and literary arts. In visual arts for instance, to appropriate means properly adopting, sampling, recycling or borrowing aspects(even entire form) of artificial visual culture.

Bernar VENET | Random Combination of Undetermined Lines | Etching and Aquatint available for sale on kunzt gallery

Bernar Venet

Random Combination Of Undetermined Lines, 1997

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Etching And Aquatint

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Bert STERN | Marilyn with Pink Roses | Pigment print available for sale on kunzt gallery

Bert Stern

Marilyn With Pink Roses, 1962/2012

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Robert RAUSCHENBERG | Untitled (For Kennedy) | Lithograph available for sale on kunzt gallery

Robert Rauschenberg

Untitled (For Kennedy), 1994

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Robert RAUSCHENBERG | Faus | Lithograph available for sale on kunzt gallery

Robert Rauschenberg

Faus, 1984

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