Camille Henrot

From drawing to film, passing through sculpture and installation, Camille Henrot’s body of work reflects her rigorous examination of socio-cultural structures, symbols and rituals by which human life is organized.
She received the Silver Lion at the 55th Venice Biennale in 2013, the Nam June Paik Award in 2014 and is the 2015 recipient of the Edvard Munch Award. She has had numerous solo exhibitions in international institutions, including: Kunsthalle Wien (Vienna, 2017), Fondazione Memmo (Rome, 2016), New Museum (New York, 2014), Chisenhale Gallery (London, 2014). She recently participated in the Lyon (2015), Berlin and Sydney (2016) biennials. She is represented by kamel mennour (Paris/London), König Galerie (Berlin) and Metro Pictures (New York).

Camille Henrot

Born in:1978
in:Paris (France)
Lives and works in:New York (Etats-Unis)
Exhibition view of <i>Days are Dogs</i> and <i>Garde-Fou</i>,
Exhibition view of Days are Dogs and Garde-Fou, "Carte Blanche" to Camille Henrot, Palais de Tokyo (18.10.2017 – 07.01.2018) © Aurélien Mole
Artist's works
Exhibited at Lafayette Anticipations