Jean-Michel OTHONIEL


solo show

March 16 - June 8, 2019


76 rue de Turenne 75003 Paris France

artist info

1 678 people attended the opening.
19 686 people attended the exhibition.
The exhibition was open for 58 days.
Daily average 339 visitors per day including opening, 316 per day excluding opening.

For this exhibition at Perrotin Paris, which brings together ten minimalistic, enigmatic sculptures made of glass or metal bricks, Jean-Michel Othoniel has systematized the use of a module that entered his work in 2009, after a journey to India. On the road from Delhi to Firozabad, a city with an age-old glassmaking tradition, he was struck by the stacks of bricks accumulated in the hope of building a house and by the countless altars covered in offerings and multicoloured necklaces.


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