Artsy – Anselm Kiefer is emphatically one of the world’s most successful and well-known living artists. His work has been described as “verging on the divine,” no less. But at 72, what does it all mean to Kiefer?
This past weekend, the German artist was in Copenhagen to open a new exhibition at a little-known art center, Copenhagen Contemporary (CC), located on the city’s Paper Island—where, for decades, newsroll was stored in industrial halls. Four of Kiefer’s life-size replicas of 20th-century warplanes inhabit one of CC’s four former paper halls. – read more