Latifa Echakhch

Art, Installation
Exposition Latifa Echakhch
© Latifa Echakhch / Photo : Fabrice Seixas / Courtesy de l'artiste et Kamel Mennour, Paris Latifa Echakhch, 'La Dépossession', 2014
Tradition dictates that the winner of the Prix Marcel Duchamp gets to have his or her work displayed at the Centre Pompidou for three months – a crucial opportunity to get some exposure in a veritable institution of the contemporary art world. Following in the footsteps of Cyprien Gaillard, Mircea Cantor, Daniel Dewar and Grégory Gicquel is Latifa Echakhch, who won the prize in 2013. This autumn, she'll be taking over Room 315 with a series of installations that straddle the line between surrealism, poetry and conceptual art.
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