Every five years the focus of the art world shifts to Kassel, Germany for Documenta, a gigantic show where the world’s leading contemporary artists exhibit project specific artworks. Critic Jerry Saltz writes that “Documenta 13 comes tantalizingly close to realizing one of its enticing goals: rethinking how we define art altogether, opening it up exponentially. Indeed, here and there, in glimpses, we get what I call Post Art…things that aren’t artworks so much as they are about the drive to make things that, like art, embed imagination in material and grasp that creativity is a cosmic force. ” Here’s a brief tour of the exhibition. What do you think of the notion of post art (the idea that anything can be art) and what’s your favorite work in the show?