Camille Henrot | Author: Camille Henrot
The result of two exhibitions in Paris, this splendid overview covers Camille Henrot’s oeuvre between 2005-2013. From early video work to a more recent fascination with the “other” and “elsewhere” in terms of both geography and sexuality, Henrot imparts an acute sense of historical dislocation in her work, examining non-Western subjects and borrowings through the lens of polished cosmopolitanism and representational paradoxes.
Especially her flower sculptures relay the tension and self-awareness of ephemerality versus a work’s alleged eternal destiny. Richly illustrated, with texts by Cecilia Alemani and Anna Watkins Fisher, plus a conversation with Mathieu Copeland.
210 x 266 x 32mm
Procrastination : How to do it Well | Author: The School of Life
Allow this fantastic book guide you on managing your procrastination. Many of us are quiet geniuses at the art of procrastination. We tend to feel so guilty about everything we...
Artsy Cats | Author: Angie Rozelaar
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Mess: The Manual of Accidents and Mistakes | Author: Keri Smith
In Mess: The Manual of Accidents and Mistakes, Keri Smith, creator of "Wreck This Journal", asks readers to explore what it feels like to throw themselves off balance - on purpose....