David Schutter | Reluctance to Reveal
  • Reluctance to Reveal

    A conversation with David Schutter

    by Jurriaan Benschop


    For Documenta 14 in Kassel, Schutter studied a body of drawings by the German artist Max Liebermann (1847-1935). These drawings had long been unseen, as they belonged to the so-called Gurlitt trove, a body of 1,400 works of art partially acquired under dubious circumstances by art historian und art dealer Hildebrand Gurlitt, who bought and sold art for the Nazis. After Hildebrand´s death, his son Cornelius kept the collection and lived with it secretly, until it was discovered in 2012 in Munich and Salzburg.


    20 pages, softcover

    Published by Aurel Scheibler, Berlin 2017

    David Schutter | Reluctance to Reveal


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