Thursday, March 06, 2008

Kader Attia exhibition opens at Henry Art Gallery

An opening night celebration for an exhibition by French-Algerian artist Kader Attia took place at the Henry Art Gallery on February 29, 2008. The night’s events included a reception and a talk by the artist.

The artist’s wife Hélène Attia (left) with my wife Liis Todd

Xeko’s Amy Tucker next to a man with a look of surprise

Patti Warashina in red trimmed jacket

Robert Yoder

Margie Livingston with Liis

Tanya Faude-Koivisto (middle)

Before the talk, Henry Art Gallery director Richard Andrews greeted the audience and Henry curator Elizabeth Brown introduced the artist.

Richard Andrews (left)

Elizabeth Brown (left)

Kader Attia

Allison Rabbitt, Henry staff

The Paris-based artist spend one month at the Henry creating installations including:

Rocher Carrė

Ghosts, 2007 (aluminum foil castings)

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Great coverage, as always.