• Artist:, Exhibition:FRIEZE LOS ANGELES
  • Artist:, Exhibition:FRIEZE LOS ANGELES
  • Artist:, Exhibition:FRIEZE LOS ANGELES
  • Artist:, Exhibition:FRIEZE LOS ANGELES
  • Artist:, Exhibition:FRIEZE LOS ANGELES
  • Artist:, Exhibition:FRIEZE LOS ANGELES
Perrotin returns to Frieze Los Angeles (BOOTH C11) with a curated selection of works by artists from the gallery's roster. The presentation includes a new suite of sculptures by Daniel Arsham, showcasing his concept of fictional archaeology. Additionally, Perrotin presents a large-scale ceramic sculpture by Gabriel Rico, following the Guadalajara-based artist's recent inclusion in the 58th edition of the Venice Biennale. Also displayed is the Gold Necklace, a monumental sculpture by Paris-based artist Jean-Michel Othoniel, who concurrently has an ongoing installation at Musée du Louvre, entitled La Rose du Louvre, which coincides with a recent acquisition of Othoniel’s work by the museum. Finally, following a major retrospective at Tai Kwun Contemporary in Hong Kong, the gallery debuts a new work by Takashi Murakami. Perrotin also displays artworks by Iván Argote, Chen Fei, Gabriel de la Mora, Bernard Frize, Hans Hartung, GaHee Park, Paola Pivi, and Aya Takano, amongst others.

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New York

On Saturday, February 22 from 6-8pm Perrotin New York will host an opening reception for Cinga Samson's exhibition Amadoda Akafani, Afana Ngeentshebe Zodwav (mean are different though they look alike) and Bharti Kher's exhibition The Unexpected Freedom of Chaos.

Preceding the opening, at 5:00pm, the New York gallery will host a special walkthrough of Bharti Kher’s exhibition, The Unexpected Freedom of Chaos, led by Pieranna Cavalchini, Tom and Lisa Blumenthal Curator of Contemporary Art at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum.

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