January 2014

the Detroit Institute of Arts

Dana Schutz

I FIRST SAW ERNST LUDWIG KIRCHNER’S Coastal Landscape on Fehmarn, ca. 1913, at the Detroit Institute of Arts when I was sixteen. As a teenager from the suburbs of Detroit and new to painting, I was trying to push myself to make anything other than sad people crouching in corners or robots with stigmata. Often, I would head out along Hines Drive, a bucolic and sinister …

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