Conversation with Jean-Michel Rabaté, as part of Camille Henrot's exhibition.
From iconoclasm to anti-art, editor of the latest in the Documents of Contemporary Art series Sven Spieker is joined by artist Monica Bonvicini and theorist John Roberts to discuss the uses and politics of destruction in art, from Gustav Metzger to Michael Landy. More
Los Angeles, CA
September 16, 2017 - May 2018 More
25 November – 23 December 2017 More
In resonance with the "carte blanche to Camille Henrot" More
Palais de Tokyo is delighted to offer French-born international artist Camille Henrot (b. 1978 in Paris, lives in New York) its third Carte Blanche exhibition.
Titled “Days are Dogs”, Henrot’s exhibition questions the relationships of authority and fiction that determine our existence, and is organized around one of the most foundational structures in our lives – the week. More
Berlinische Galerie, Alte Jakobstraße 124–128, 10969 Berlin Germany
16.09.2017–26.02.2018, Opening 15.09.2017
Conceived for the large exhibition hall of the Berlinische Galerie, Bonvicini's installation amongst other things investigates the term facade and its function.
The Falkenrot Preis was initiated in 2005 and is being presented for the eleventh time this year. It is awarded to innovative artists whose works cross the borders of established artistic disciplines, thereby setting new standards. The Falkenrot Prize winner in 2017 is Andreas Schmitten (*1980), who lives in Düsseldorf.