Monkey waiters and axolotls: the disconcerting art of Pierre Huyghe
Truth and fiction, past and present blur in the French artist’s fascinating new show, which includes a monkey masked as a Japanese child, lilies stolen from Monet’s garden and a stone sculpture that’s warm to the touch
This beautifully paced 19-minute film is but one of several fascinating and disconcerting new works that make up the exhibition In. Border. Deep. This is the first UK show since the French artist’s 2006 Tate Modern retrospective, yet it feels somehow overdue.