Camille Moreno is a Costa Rican-American writer and curator based in London. Her writing explores the role of art within the mechanisms of social order by highlighting the relatable and quotidian elements of the extraordinary as well as the fantastic within the ordinary. She has written for cultural publications in Germany, the USA, and the UK.
Paul McCarthy’s show at Max Hetzler Gallery goes from zero to one hundred (thousand). The exhibition is not for the faint of heart, but unlike irate audiences in Paris who shuddered at the site of an evocatively tapered Christmas tree, the Berlin public might be challenged for different reasons.