Untitled. 1988. Gelatin silver print. Signed and dated in lower left. On glossy photo paper. 50.7 x 60.7 cm (19.9 x 23.8 in).
• Dissolving the boundaries of photography. • Liberation of photography from its traditional form. - Polke makes photos of bizarre situations and objects. • Ennobling the banal to a motif worth depicting. • Polke's photographs are "improperly" shot, deliberately blurred and overexposed, and thus unique experiments.
PROVENANCE: Berlin Projects, Berlin. Private collection Great Britain (acquired from aforementioned in 2001).