The art dealer and auctioneer, Eberhard Kornfeld, has spoken to the media for the first time about the reclusive Cornelius Gurlitt, revealing details about his trips to Switzerland to sell artworks, many stolen by the Nazis that he had inherited from his father. The 94-year-old Kornfeld said his client made regular trips to Zurich from his home in Munich to withdraw the proceeds of his art sales in cash from his account in order to pay his living costs.
“Documenta is one of the biggest strokes of cultural fortune for Hesse, Kassel and beyond,” Hesse Culture Minister Boris Rhein told the news conference. “It is our duty to ensure that it continues.”The 2017 exhibition was the first to be spread evenly over two locations and Mr. Geselle was careful not to suggest that the concept of utilizing a second venue was itself a problem. “Documenta is firmly anchored in Kassel and will remain so,” Mr. Geselle said.
“As shareholders, the city of Kassel and the state of Hesse have agreed that the company’s liquidity must be secured beyond that,” Mr. Geselle said in a statement. “Documenta is inextricably linked with Kassel.”Just how much the cost of the exhibition escalated and exactly who is at fault remain matters of robust debate.
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