Jed Martin-Retrospektive in Hamburg - Der berühmteste Künstler, den es nie gab


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"Damien Hirst und Jeff Koons teilen den Kunstmarkt unter sich auf" heißt dieses Werk, angefertigt von Jed Martin ... äh ... Anita Schmid (Copyright: Anita Schmid)Den Künstler Jed Martin gibt es nicht - und doch werden seine Werke momentan in Hamburg ausgestellt. Wie kann das sein? Antworten von Bettina Steinbrügge, Direktorin des Hamburger Kunstvereins.
Bettina Steinbrügge im Gespräch mit Timo Grampes, Kompressor
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