Kippenberger Sculpture Damage

November 5, 2011 by staff 

Kippenberger Sculpture Damage, Dortmund officials say a modern-art facility worth € 800,000 (+ 1.1 million) was severely damaged after a cleaning woman scrubbing a patina exaggerated intention to resemble a rain puddle dry.

Dagmar city spokesman said Friday Papajewski Martin Kippenberger “when it starts dripping from the ceiling” remains in place in the east wall of the city museum, despite the damage this month.

Papajewski said cleaning staff had been instructed to stay at least 20 centimeters (8 inches) away from the artwork and it was not clear why the patina had been the victim of women brush.

Kippenberger’s work was on loan to the museum from a private collection. Kippenberger was a German artist who died in 1997.

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