In last week's magazine, New York's senior art critic Jerry Saltz praises the curators of the Museum of Modern Art's new retrospective on Martin "The Artist Who Did Everything" Kippenberger for "shutting down the awful academic echo chamber that has tried to turn Kippenberger into one cutout caricature or another: cagey gamesman, aesthetic tinkerer, fun drunk, anti-hero. They let his insurrectionary freedom and radicalism come out." Saltz recently went back to MoMA with Vulture videographer Jonah Green to walk us through the highlights, including a brown-painted Ford covered in oat flakes and a "Kafkaesque scene from hell, but also from Ikea." Enjoy!
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