With all the noise generated by Latin American art lately, Gabriel Orozco’s retrospective at Tate Modern is timely. But I wouldn’t limit the artist to one place – he lived and worked in Mexico, New York and Paris at much the same time, making him a true citizen of the world. His sculptures received critical acclaim and works including the chess board with horses, an oval billiard table and the Citroen with no engine are all included in this show. But it is Orozco’s poetic approach to photography that really impressed me.
Written by Camron intern Nadia Mladenova.