The gallery represents 64 artists and collaborates with 34 others, including emerging as well as established mid-career artists and estates. We believe that a diversity in age, background, gender identity, race, sexual orientation, ethnicity, and perspective are central to our identity as a gallery and a platform for new ideas. Today, our program includes artists from 3 continents out of 5 and 26 nationalities. Women currently represent 34.02% of our roster, and this number will only increase as the gallery evolves.
Finally, in recent years, we have collaborated with 7 estates.
« My taste is consistently eclectic, and the gallery has never limited itself to a single movement, medium, generation, or aesthetic. The opening of several spaces on various continents has enabled me to exhibit young contemporary artists while remaining faithful to those who have been with me for decades. » Emmanuel Perrotin.
Visitors to the gallery can discover a variety of contemporary artists across our six exhibition spaces in Hong Kong, Paris, New York, Seoul, Tokyo, and Shanghai.
« I am especially proud to have worked with so many artists since the very beginning of their careers, and I am grateful to still enjoy their close confidence after so many years. This is especially true for the French artists, who have accompanied me from the start of this journey and have grown with me, becoming internationally renowned. Our evolution was a dream that seemed impossible at the start of my career. » Emmanuel Perrotin
Perrotin also has a robust editions program, with bookstore locations in Paris, New York, Seoul, and Shanghai, as well as a digital presence. These shops offer an expansive selection of books, both about our artists as well as central texts on contemporary art, as well as unique works on paper, artist monographs, art-historical essays, objets d’art, posters, and merchandising.
« The reward is that we are able to help our artists achieve their dreams. » Emmanuel Perrotin
Here, you can discover contemporary artists represented by the gallery, those that collaborate with the gallery, as well as past and future projects and exhibitions, biographical information, press reviews, and video documentation of their work: Chiho AOSHIMA, Jean-Marie APPRIOU, Iván ARGOTE, Daniel ARSHAM, Cristina BANBAN, Hernan BAS, Genesis BELANGER, Jason BOYD KINSELLA, Sophie CALLE, Maurizio CATTELAN, CHEN Fei, CHEN Ke, Johan CRETEN, Gabriel DE LA MORA, Jean-Philippe DELHOMME, Wim DELVOYE, Mathilde DENIZE, Nick DOYLE, ELMGREEN & DRAGSET, Lionel ESTÈVE, Jens FÄNGE, Bernard FRIZE, GELITIN, Laurent GRASSO, Zach HARRIS, Thilo HEINZMANN, John HENDERSON, Leslie HEWITT, Gregor HILDEBRANDT, JR, Jesper JUST, Izumi KATO, Bharti KHER, Klara KRISTALOVA, LEE Bae, MADSAKI, Eddie MARTINEZ, Barry MCGEE, Farhad MOSHIRI, Mr., Takashi MURAKAMI, NI Youyu, Danielle ORCHARD, Otani Workshop, Jean-Michel OTHONIEL, Park Seo-Bo, GaHee PARK, Paul PFEIFFER, Paola PIVI, Gabriel RICO, Claude RUTAULT, Mark RYDEN, Emily Mae SMITH, Pierre SOULAGES, Josh SPERLING, Tavares STRACHAN, Claire TABOURET, AYA TAKANO, Tatiana TROUVÉ, Xavier VEILHAN, Bernar VENET, Pieter VERMEERSCH, Xiyao WANG, XU ZHEN®.
The gallery represents the estates of: CHUNG Chang-Sup, Hans HARTUNG, Alain JACQUET, Yves LALOY, Georges MATHIEU, Gérard SCHNEIDER, Jesús Rafael SOTO.
The gallery collaborates more selectively with: gimhongsok, Koak, Rina BANERJEE, Kelly BEEMAN, Anna-Eva BERGMAN, Joaquín BOZ, Stan BURNSIDE, Jeremy DEMESTER, Jane DICKSON, Oli EPP, Elizabeth GLAESSNER, Henry GUNDERSON, Charles HASCOËT, Kara JOSLYN, Susumu KAMIJO, KIM Chong-Hak, Emi KURAYA, Trevon LATIN, LEE Mingwei, Nikki MALOOF, MSCHF, Sophia NARRETT, ob, Katherina OLSCHBAUR, Zéh PALITO, Christiane POOLEY, QI Zhuo, Matthew RONAY, SHIM Moon-Seup, SONG Kun, Kathia ST. HILAIRE, Maria TANIGUCHI, Emma WEBSTER, WEI Jia.