Assembled portfolio of items after the exhibition of the same name held at Galerie René Block in Berlin, comprised of a mounted photograph of the exhibition, 7 loose printed reproductions of photographs, a postcard, and two printed price lists describing works by Brehmer available for purchase. Tall narrow 4to. Original printed cardstock portfolio, some very minor chipping and soiling, remnants of a label or envelope to back cover, some very slight creasing. Berlin (Galerie René Block) 1967.
K.P. Brehmer was a German graphic artist and painter who began experimenting with photomechanical reproduction techniques in his earliest work. Influenced by the new realm of pop art and also the political climate of the 1960s, Brehmer began using new realistic, everyday motifs in his art and created what he called "trivial graphics". Very scarce; as of March 2019, WorldCat locates only a single holding in a North American institution. Book ID: 49049