Marc Camille Chaimowicz, “Second Quartet, No. 3,” 2011.
Courtesy of Cabinet, London and the artist.

This summer Nottingham Contemporary presents a major and unconventional exhibition in two ‘Acts’ dedicated to Jean Genet, the celebrated poet of revolt. Act One is a solo exhibition by Marc Camille Chaimowicz, the influential London-based artist who was born in post-War Paris. New works in film, slide projection and sculpture evoke the early Genet—the former prisoner, thief, army deserter and vagabond who turned brutal experience into sexually fevered poetry.

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