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Follow the Money, Find the Art


WHILE POLITICIANS continue to debate Greece’s debt crisis, artists in Athens are discussing cultural reform in the lead-up to documenta 14, possibly the world’s most significant contemporary art exhibition. Since the German artist and architect Arnold Bode founded it in 1955, documenta has been held every five years in the small industrial city of Kassel, in central Germany. The first documenta was intended to use art to bring postwar Germany back into dialogue with the rest of the world. This year, for the first time, it’ll be split between two locations, Kassel and Athens.

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