Peter Kennard and Cat Picton Phillips | © Eddiedangerous/Flickr

Peter Kennard’s Powerful Political Protests Through Art

Peter Kennard and Cat Picton Phillips | © Eddiedangerous/Flickr

Peter Kennard’s Powerful Political Protests Through Art

Cat Phillipps and Peter Kennard. Entitled Blue Murder, the exhibition investigates social decline and conservative ideologies that exist in contemporary society. By utilizing deprived materials such as newsprint, charcoal and ink, the artists have ripped away at layers to reveal the destruction of the welfare state.

Cat Phillipps and Peter Kennard. Entitled Blue Murder, the exhibition investigates social decline and conservative ideologies that exist in contemporary society. By utilizing deprived materials such as newsprint, charcoal and ink, the artists have ripped away at layers to reveal the destruction of the welfare state.


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Kennard Phillips

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Do take a look at Laura Thompson's boards at https://www.pinterest.com/laurat0712/  ISHCMC Visual Art  Thatcher pukes up the welfare state, 1986. Photomontage Peter Kennard

Do take a look at Laura Thompson's boards at https://www.pinterest.com/laurat0712/ ISHCMC Visual Art Thatcher pukes up the welfare state, 1986. Photomontage Peter Kennard

Cat Phillipps and Peter Kennard. Entitled Blue Murder, the exhibition investigates social decline and conservative ideologies that exist in contemporary society. By utilizing deprived materials such as newsprint, charcoal and ink, the artists have ripped away at layers to reveal the destruction of the welfare state.

Cat Phillipps and Peter Kennard. Entitled Blue Murder, the exhibition investigates social decline and conservative ideologies that exist in contemporary society. By utilizing deprived materials such as newsprint, charcoal and ink, the artists have ripped away at layers to reveal the destruction of the welfare state.

Peter Kennard's Photomontage, recycles news imagery to show the unrevealed truth in political systems.

Peter Kennard's Photomontage, recycles news imagery to show the unrevealed truth in political systems.

Artist: Kennard Phillips Title: Shove Medium: Mixed Media on Box Frame Size: 103 x 80cm. Edition: 23 (each Unique) Price: £2,500

Artist: Kennard Phillips Title: Shove Medium: Mixed Media on Box Frame Size: 103 x 80cm. Edition: 23 (each Unique) Price: £2,500

Peter Kennard is a photomontage designer. He is best known for the images he created for the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament in the 70s-80s.  Because many of the organisations and publications he used to work with have disappeared, Kennard has turned to using exhibitions, books and the internet for his work.

Peter Kennard is a photomontage designer. He is best known for the images he created for the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament in the 70s-80s. Because many of the organisations and publications he used to work with have disappeared, Kennard has turned to using exhibitions, books and the internet for his work.

artwork by Kennard Phillips on the wall of the Village Underground in Shoreditch. The project aims to raise awareness of the Bahá’í communities human rights oppression in Iran.

artwork by Kennard Phillips on the wall of the Village Underground in Shoreditch. The project aims to raise awareness of the Bahá’í communities human rights oppression in Iran.

Paris, artwork by Kennard Phillips

Paris, artwork by Kennard Phillips

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