Lost in Kassel: Our visual take on Documenta 13

100 days of exhibitions, more than 200 names on the programme and 860, 000 visitors (give or take a few thousand) – Kassel’s 13th Documenta, this time curated by the charismatic Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev is one of the art world’s biggest annual  events, and it’s just come to an end. For the occasion, works from a diverse pot of artists were dotted all over the entire city in venues that included a park-cum-outdoor exhibition space, transforming the city of Kassel itself into one giant museum. As guests of Absolut Vodka’s Art Bureau, a partner of the  quinquennial modern and contemporary art expo, we got a VIP tour and a last look around before they shut down and shipped off. Armed with a beloved throwaway camera, we captured the excursion’s most fascinating (and, we’ll admit, not always accessible) stops on film, getting a glimpse of the creative genius of some of today’s most innovative and challenging artists, from London-based Ryan Gander to the widely celebrated Tino Seghal.