Alibis: Sigmar Polke 1963–2010

Meteor dust, gold, bubble wrap and snail juice can all be found in the Tate Modern's retrospective of the artist Sigmar Polke. The exhibition brings together his diverse oeuvre, including paintings, photography, drawings and sculpture, as well as notebooks, slide projections and photography. Intensely experimental, Polke embraced accidents in the darkroom, and printed photographs in the 1970s while under the influence of LSD. Courses, talks and workshops accompany the exhibition, along with a rare screening of Polke's densely-layered films, which have been restored by his children, Georg and Anna.

  • Tate Modern
  • London
  • Monday, 29 September 2014
  • Sunday, 08 February 2015
  • January, February, October, November, December