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- “Nehmt was ihr kriegen kâânnt!” (“Take What You Can Get!”)
- Joseph Beuys
- 11.75 × 8.25 × inches
- offset lithograph, ink, ink stamp on paper
- Not on view
- Mixed Media (Multiples)
- Accession Number
- In ink front LR “Joseph Beuys”; In ink front R “7/300”; front M “Nehmt was ihr kriegen k√∂nnt!”; front LR “Joseph Beuys”; stamped in ink front M with “Hauptstrom” stamp; stamped in ink LM with “edition staeck” stamp
- Physical Description
- The idea for the print came during the permanent political office in documenta 5 at Kassel when Beuys wrote the above sentence (in relation to the capitalist system) on a blackboard.
- Credit Line
- Alfred and Marie Greisinger Collection, Walker Art Center, T. B. Walker Acquisition Fund, 1992