Camille Morineau is a curator and art historian specializing in women artists. Morineau was senior curator of contemporary art at Centre Pompidou, Paris, for ten years, and in 2014 cofounded the association AWARE (Archives of Women Artists, Research and Exhibitions), which aims to make visible the work of nineteenth- and twentieth-century women artists through research and publication. Photo: Valérie Archeno
La Ribaute: Transitive, It Transforms
Camille Morineau writes of the triumph of the feminine at Anselm Kiefer’s former studio-estate in Barjac, France, describing the site and its installations as a demonstration of women’s power, a meditation on inversion and permeability, and a reversal of the long invisibility of women in history and myth.