Sigmar Polke, Konrad Fischer Galerie, Düsseldorf, 1971

Opening: December 2, 1971, 8 p.m.

Duration: December 320, 1971

Dimensions: 10.5 x 14.8 cm

Further Information: Knowing Konrad Fischer for a long time, Sigmar Polke has had his first solo exhibition at the gallery just one year earlier in 1970. For his second show as invitation card, Sigmar Polke chose an illustration by the famous Playboy cartoonist B. Klivan, who usually portrayed cats. Deriving from the Kapitalistischer Realismus group together with Gerhard Richter, Manfred Kuttner and Fischer, in his works Polke often took up mass media and political themes. Furthermore, using all kinds of materials such as decorative fabrics, he is intensively engaged with the possibilities of photography.

Although Fischer was one of the major European dealers who focused on American Conceptual art, he also represented many European artists, such as, Hamish Fulton, Daniel Buren, Bruce McLean, and Gilbert George, and of course his long term friends Gerhard Richter and Sigmar Polke.

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Images: All images from this invitation are part of the Sammlung Marzona, Kunstbibliothek – Staatliche Museen zu Berlin.

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Below is an invitation to the large exhibition Blockade ‘ 69 at Galerie René Block in Berlin, including rooms by Polke, but also by Beuys, Blinky Palermo, Panamarenko, and many others. More invitations to Blockade can be seen in the box on the right at the invitation for Wolf Vostell‘s show at René Block.

Sigmar Polke, René Block Galerie Berlin, November 1969 (Invitation); Sammlung Marzona, Kunstbibliothek – Staatliche Museen zu Berlin; VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn
Sigmar Polke, René Block Galerie Berlin, November 1969 (Invitation); Sammlung Marzona, Kunstbibliothek – Staatliche Museen zu Berlin; VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn