The art show Documenta attracts an international audience to Kassel. The Documenta has written art history - both in Germany and abroad.
Documenta goes to Greece The first woman to head Documenta evoked headlines and criticism with show number 10.
Catherine David aimed to give a platform to political criticism, and the political discussion series "100 days - 100 guests" drew global attention.
For Documenta 8, Manfred Schneckenburger had to jump in again as artistic director since the leadership team were in disagreement.
Performance and video art by Nam June Paik, Marie-Jo Lafontaine and Fabrizio Plessi were highlighted along with outdoor sculptures in the surrounding garden areas.
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It documents the latest trends in the art world and is a lab for artistic experimentation.American Pop Art was in and Bode increasingly invited artists from overseas.At Documenta 3 in 1964, Robert Rauschenberg, Jasper Johns and Allen Jones presented some of their Pop Art icons for the first time in Kassel.Guillotines by Scottish artist Ian Hamilton drew attention, and children were told to stay away from the artistic death machine.In 1992, Belgian director Jan Hoet was accused of creating an "art circus" and the more-than 1,000 artworks on show pushed up expenses to seven figures.The latter brought in large-format paintings from American artists - which led to a certain amount of tension.