Punk and anarchy: The art of the 80s
By no stretch of the imagination can I discover a swastika (1984)
In the late 70s, Martin Kippenberger was in charge of the legendary club SO36 in Berlin's Kreuzberg district. Anarchists, however, criticize the club for being too consumerist. A violent attack occurred at the club and Kippenberger quit his job. His art is provocative; in the painting above with the long title, he grapples with German identity.