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"Simply to hang a painting on the wall and say that it’s art is dreadful. The whole network is important! Even spaghettini . . . When you say art, then everything possible belongs to it. In a gallery that is also the floor, the architecture, the color of the walls."
— Martin Kippenberger, "One Has to Be Able to Take It!," (in conversation with Jutta Koether, 11/'90 — 5/'91, in Martin Kippenberger : The Problem Perspective, Ann Goldstein, ed. The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles and MIT Press, Cambridge, 2008, p 316
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