Artist:Leslie HEWITT, Exhibition:Dwellers part II

paris

Dwellers part II

Liam ALLAN, Jean-Philippe DELHOMME, Leslie HEWITT, Denise KUPFERSCHMIDT, Fared MANZUR, Joseph MONTGOMERY, Ann PIBAL, Julia VON EICHEL, Carrie YAMAOKA

March 19 - May 28, 2022

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new york

130 Orchard Street

Artist:Josh SPERLING, Exhibition: Daydream

Josh SPERLING

Daydream

April 28 - June 11, 2022


paris

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

8 avenue Matignon

Artist:Leslie HEWITT, Exhibition: Dwellers part II

Dwellers part II

Liam ALLAN, Jean-Philippe DELHOMME, Leslie HEWITT, Denise KUPFERSCHMIDT, Fared MANZUR, Joseph MONTGOMERY, Ann PIBAL, Julia VON EICHEL, Carrie YAMAOKA

March 19 - May 28, 2022


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Artist:Mark RYDEN, Exhibition: Animal Secrets

Mark RYDEN

Animal Secrets

May 19 - July 30, 2022


Artist:Jason BOYD KINSELLA, Exhibition: The Impermanent State of Being

Jason BOYD KINSELLA

The Impermanent State of Being

March 26 - May 21, 2022


Seoul

1F 5 Palpan-gil, Jongno-gu

Artist:Susumu KAMIJO, Exhibition: Alone with Everybody

Susumu KAMIJO

Alone with Everybody

April 21 - May 26, 2022


dubai

Gate Village Building 5, Podium level 05 Sheikh Zayed Rd - Trade Centre - DIFC

Artist:, Exhibition: PERROTIN DUBAI

PERROTIN DUBAI

group show

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Artist:, Exhibition: Art for Ukraine

Art for Ukraine

May 10 - 27, 2022


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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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