328 people attended the opening. 3 281 people attended the exhibition.
The exhibition was open for 32 days.
Daily average 103 visitors per day including opening, 95 per day excluding opening.
Farhad Moshiri’s latest series of works, presented at Perrotin New York and entitled “Snow Forest” (2017), are inspired by photographs of snow trees taken during the winter in Iran. Hand-embroidered with pearls beads, these new compositions seem to refer to calligraphy, as the black branches traverse the canvas like a quill would mark the paper. This writing form is an abstract one though, and the viewer may feel lost in its absence of meaning, looking at a surrounding ensemble of branches and snow in the middle of the forest. It also evokes a melancholic and abstract visual realm, suggesting a rather minimalist sense of poetry than the shiny and shimmering imagery that usually dominates his practice. […]