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Documenta 14 Art Exhibition in Germany's Kassel

World | Associated Press | June 14, 2017, 11:49 am
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 For 100 days the curators of the exhibition have invited more than 160 international artists to create installations for the event. documenta 14, which is held once every five years, will be open to public from June 10, 2017 to September 17, 2017.<br />A visitor stands behind the installation 'The drill' by Sergio Zevallos during the press preview of the documenta 14, the world's most significant exhibition of contemporary art, in Kassel, Germany, Friday, June 9, 2017. (Image: AP)

For 100 days the curators of the exhibition have invited more than 160 international artists to create installations for the event. documenta 14, which is held once every five years, will be open to public from June 10, 2017 to September 17, 2017.
A visitor stands behind the installation 'The drill' by Sergio Zevallos during the press preview of the documenta 14, the world's most significant exhibition of contemporary art, in Kassel, Germany, Friday, June 9, 2017. (Image: AP)

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 A visitor stands in front of a painting by Senegalese artist El Hadji Sy during the press preview of the documenta 14, the world's most significant exhibition of contemporary art, in Kassel, Germany, Friday, June 9, 2017. (Image: AP)

A visitor stands in front of a painting by Senegalese artist El Hadji Sy during the press preview of the documenta 14, the world's most significant exhibition of contemporary art, in Kassel, Germany, Friday, June 9, 2017. (Image: AP)

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 Visitors stand in front of the installation 'Mill of Blood' by Mexican artist Antonio Vega Macotela during the press preview of the documenta 14, the world's most significant exhibition of contemporary art, in Kassel, Germany, Friday, June 9, 2017. (Image: AP)

Visitors stand in front of the installation 'Mill of Blood' by Mexican artist Antonio Vega Macotela during the press preview of the documenta 14, the world's most significant exhibition of contemporary art, in Kassel, Germany, Friday, June 9, 2017. (Image: AP)

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 Visitors stand in front of the installation 'Pile o Sapmi', a curtain made of reindeer skulls by Norwegian artist Maret Anne Sara, during the press preview of the documenta 14, the world's most significant exhibition of contemporary art, in Kassel, Germany, Friday, June 9, 2017. (Image: AP)

Visitors stand in front of the installation 'Pile o Sapmi', a curtain made of reindeer skulls by Norwegian artist Maret Anne Sara, during the press preview of the documenta 14, the world's most significant exhibition of contemporary art, in Kassel, Germany, Friday, June 9, 2017. (Image: AP)

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 A visitor stands in the illuminated work 'The Parthenon of Books' by Argentinian artist Marta Minujin during the press preview of the documenta 14, the world's most significant exhibition of contemporary art, in Kassel, Germany, Thursday, June 8, 2017. (Image: AP)

A visitor stands in the illuminated work 'The Parthenon of Books' by Argentinian artist Marta Minujin during the press preview of the documenta 14, the world's most significant exhibition of contemporary art, in Kassel, Germany, Thursday, June 8, 2017. (Image: AP)

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 A visitor stands in front of the work 'Brabantdam 59, Gent, Downstairs - Upstairs' (1975) by Belgian artist Danny Matthys during the press preview of the documenta 14, the world's most significant exhibition of contemporary art, in Kassel, Germany, Thursday, June 8, 2017. (Image: AP)

A visitor stands in front of the work 'Brabantdam 59, Gent, Downstairs - Upstairs' (1975) by Belgian artist Danny Matthys during the press preview of the documenta 14, the world's most significant exhibition of contemporary art, in Kassel, Germany, Thursday, June 8, 2017. (Image: AP)

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 A visitor stands behind the installation by Mexican artist Guillermo Galindo, made out of debris of refugee boats from the Greek coast during the press preview of the documenta 14, the world's most significant exhibition of contemporary art, in Kassel, Germany, Thursday, June 8, 2017. (Image: AP)

A visitor stands behind the installation by Mexican artist Guillermo Galindo, made out of debris of refugee boats from the Greek coast during the press preview of the documenta 14, the world's most significant exhibition of contemporary art, in Kassel, Germany, Thursday, June 8, 2017. (Image: AP)

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 A visitor shoots photos in front of an installation by Greek born American light artist Stephen Antonakos during the press preview of the documenta 14, the world's most significant exhibition of contemporary art, in Kassel, Germany, Thursday, June 8, 2017. (Image: AP)

A visitor shoots photos in front of an installation by Greek born American light artist Stephen Antonakos during the press preview of the documenta 14, the world's most significant exhibition of contemporary art, in Kassel, Germany, Thursday, June 8, 2017. (Image: AP)

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 A visitor shoots photos in front of an installation by Greek born American light artist Stephen Antonakos during the press preview of the documenta 14, the world's most significant exhibition of contemporary art, in Kassel, Germany, Thursday, June 8, 2017. (Image: AP)

A visitor shoots photos in front of an installation by Greek born American light artist Stephen Antonakos during the press preview of the documenta 14, the world's most significant exhibition of contemporary art, in Kassel, Germany, Thursday, June 8, 2017. (Image: AP)

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 A visitor stands behind the installation by Mexican artist Guillermo Galindo, made out of wrecks of refugee boats from the Greek coast, during the press preview of the documenta 14, the world's most significant exhibition of contemporary art, in Kassel, Germany, Thursday, June 8, 2017. (Image: AP)

A visitor stands behind the installation by Mexican artist Guillermo Galindo, made out of wrecks of refugee boats from the Greek coast, during the press preview of the documenta 14, the world's most significant exhibition of contemporary art, in Kassel, Germany, Thursday, June 8, 2017. (Image: AP)

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 In this zoomed picture a visitor walks in front of the work 'Real Nazi' by Polish artist Piotr Uklanski during the press preview of the documenta 14, the world's most significant exhibition of contemporary art, in Kassel, Germany, Thursday, June 8, 2017. (Image: AP)

In this zoomed picture a visitor walks in front of the work 'Real Nazi' by Polish artist Piotr Uklanski during the press preview of the documenta 14, the world's most significant exhibition of contemporary art, in Kassel, Germany, Thursday, June 8, 2017. (Image: AP)