exhibitions

new york

130 Orchard Street

Artist:Gabriel DE LA MORA, Exhibition: LEPIDOPTERA

Gabriel DE LA MORA

LEPIDOPTERA

November 3 - December 23, 2021

Artist:Xavier VEILHAN, Exhibition: Autofocus

Xavier VEILHAN

Autofocus

November 3 - December 23, 2021

Artist:ob, Exhibition: Your, My, Story

ob

Your, My, Story

November 3 - December 23, 2021

paris

76 RUE DE TURENNE 75003 PARIS
10 IMPASSE SAINT CLAUDE 75003 PARIS
2BIS AVENUE MATIGNON 75008 PARIS

Artist:Emily Mae SMITH, Exhibition: Harvesters

Emily Mae SMITH

Harvesters

October 16 - December 18, 2021

Artist:Claire TABOURET, Exhibition: Paysages d’intérieurs

Claire TABOURET

Paysages d’intérieurs

October 16 - December 18, 2021


This exhibition is presented in agreement with Almine Rech

Artist:Barry MCGEE, Exhibition: Fuzz Gathering

Barry MCGEE

Fuzz Gathering

October 16 - December 18, 2021

Artist:, Exhibition: Salon Perrotin Matignon

Salon Perrotin Matignon

November 24 - December 18, 2021

tokyo

Piramide Building, 1F, 6-6-9 Roppongi, Minato-ku

Artist:Jesper JUST, Exhibition: SEMINARIUM

Jesper JUST

SEMINARIUM

December 1 - 28, 2021

Shanghai

3/F, 27 Hu Qiu Road, Huangpu District

Artist:Eddie MARTINEZ, Exhibition: Fingers Pointing at the Moon

Eddie MARTINEZ

Fingers Pointing at the Moon

November 5 - December 25, 2021

Online

Artist:, Exhibition: IN WONDERLAND

IN WONDERLAND

November 23 - December 7, 2021

artists

Perrotin - Contemporary Art Gallery


Founded in 1990 in Paris by Emmanuel Perrotin, at the age of 21, Perrotin is a contemporary art gallery located on 3 continents. Since 2005, the Parisian gallery has been located in an eighteenth century Hotel Particulier, on 76 rue de Turenne, in Marais district. Perrotin has a total of six galleries, with the openings of Perrotin Hong Kong in May 2012, Perrotin New York in 2013, Perrotin Seoul in 2016, Perrotin Tokyo in 2017 and Perrotin Shanghai in 2018. The Paris gallery grew with the Ballroom acquisition in 2014, a showroom of 700 m2 (7,500 square feet) in the 17th century Hotel d'Ecquevilly called "the Grand Veneur". The gallery extends over more than 7,000 m2 (75,000 square feet)...
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