KP Brehmer: Real Capital - Production

Art, Mixed media Free
KP Brehmer ('Realkapital–Produktion [Real Capital– Production]', 1974)
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'Realkapital–Produktion [Real Capital– Production]', 1974Photo: Marcus J. Leith
KP Brehmer ( 'Auswahlbeutel Kiloware [Kiloware Assorted Bag]', 1967)
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'Auswahlbeutel Kiloware [Kiloware Assorted Bag]', 1967Photo: Marcus Leith
KP Brehmer ('Seele und Gefühl eines Arbeiters, Whitechapel Version [Soul and Feelings of a Worker, Whitechapel Version]', 1978)
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'Seele und Gefühl eines Arbeiters, Whitechapel Version [Soul and Feelings of a Worker, Whitechapel Version]', 1978Photo: Marcus J. Leith
KP Brehmer ('Kultur [Culture]', 1974)
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'Kultur [Culture]', 1974Photo: Marcus J. Leith
KP Brehmer ('Farbengeographie 7, Lokalisierung von Rotwerten [Colour Geography 7: Location of Shades of Red]', 1972–73)
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'Farbengeographie 7, Lokalisierung von Rotwerten [Colour Geography 7: Location of Shades of Red]', 1972–73Photo: Marcus J. Leith
KP Brehmer ('Italien (2) (Lohnstückkosten Handelsbilanz-Defizit) [Italy (2) (Unit Labour Costs Trade Balance-Deficit]', 1977)
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'Italien (2) (Lohnstückkosten Handelsbilanz-Defizit) [Italy (2) (Unit Labour Costs Trade Balance-Deficit]', 1977 Courtesy the Estate of KP Brehmer, Berlin
KP Brehmer ('M=3, 18 Farben [M=3, 18 Colours]', 1980)
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'M=3, 18 Farben [M=3, 18 Colours]', 1980 Courtesy the Estate of KP Brehmer, Berlin
KP Brehmer ('Die wichtigsten Konzerne Westeuropas/ Top-firms in Westeurope (Studie) [The Most Important Corporations in Western Europe (Study)]', 1979)
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'Die wichtigsten Konzerne Westeuropas/ Top-firms in Westeurope (Studie) [The Most Important Corporations in Western Europe (Study)]', 1979 Courtesy the Estate of KP Brehmer, Berlin

The late German artist visualised capitalism through drawings, prints, paintings and films

How do you visualize capitalism? The late German artist spent the majority of his career investigating ways to present political agendas and socialist beliefs through drawings, prints, paintings, films, objects and publications. This exhibition, a collaboration with his estate, presents works from the Capitalist Realism period as well as his use of graphics and printmaking to tackle the exploitation of art as a commodity.

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