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Published On: Sat, Jun 16th, 2018

Spoils of Ulay

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Carl Spitzweg’s The Poor Poet
In 1976, performance artist Ulay stole from the New National Gallery in Berlin what was known as Hitler’s favourite painting, and brought it to the home of a poor, immigrant Turkish family, to hang it on the wall. He then phoned the gallery and turned himself in. This theft-as-performance-art resulted in the painting being returned to the gallery. So how is it still missing? It was stolen again in 1989 – that time for real – and has never been found.

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