Sigmar Polke at MOMA

Jerry Saltz reviewed the Sigmar Polke retrospective at MOMA for Vulture. Saltz writes that its great to see so much of Polke's work together he also points out the lack of understanding of painting by the curatorial staff...
Only a little over a third of what’s on hand is painting, and most of it is hung cheek-by-jowl. I love Polke in all the media that he worked in, but without painting as the clear foundational cornerstone of a major retrospective, his accomplishment is shortchanged, and audiences are denied the art’s full brunt and cosmic beauty. more





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