Henrot demonstrates the need to look at the beginning of our very existence to address social and gender inequalities.
Many of the works in the mega-fair’s public art sector mess with visitors’ expectations of what outdoor sculptures and monuments should be and can do.
NAPLES, Italy — “I don’t care if Monday’s blue,” sang the Cure. But French artist Camille Henrot seems to care a great deal.
Despite the drizzle on a chilly evening, there was a packed (if small) house last night at the International Studio and Curatorial Program (ISCP); the reason was a conversation between Brooklyn artist Josiah McElheny and Parisian artist Camille Henrot.