Georg Baselitz Interviewed in The Telegraph

February 25th, 2014

Georg Baselitz is profiled in The Telegraph this week, as the artist prepares for three concurrent shows in London over the next few months.  Speaking the anniversary of the bombing of his hometown, Dresden, Baselitz reflects on how the violence of World War II found its way into his art: “the degree of destruction I’ve seen, which I’ve been surrounded by, is no longer comprehensible. It was so radical, so absolute. Today you’d ask: how could it even happen? But that was my time.”

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