Camille Henrot wins The Edvard Munch Art Award

Henrot is the first recipient of the award, which is given to an emerging artist no older than 40 years old who has been found (by an appointed jury that included curator Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev and Yale School of Art dean Robert Storr) to have demonstrated exceptional talent within the last five years. The award consists of a monetary prize and a solo exhibition at the Munch Museum.

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Camille Henrot Conversation with Jean-Michel Rabaté at Palais de Tokyo

"James Joyce / Camille Henrot: Music from the Future / Archive of the Upcoming" Jean-Michel Rabaté
Conversation with Jean-Michel Rabaté, as part of Camille Henrot's exhibition.

Daniel Turner Visiting Artist Lecture Series

This Thursday December 7th at 6:30 PM Daniel Turner will be lecturing at The Syracuse University School of Art in New York. More

Monica Bonvicini in disucssion at Whitechapel Gallery

Destruction Documents of Contemporary Art

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