Chemical Landscape

solo show

September 7 - 21, 2019


76 rue de Turenne 75003 Paris France

artist info

1 725 people attended the opening.

For his new show at Perrotin, the French Belgium-based artist Lionel Estève presents a series of works that utilize scrap material, plastic beads, glitter, plexiglass, sand, and sometimes glass. These materials become layers of buried sediment, or “chemical landscapes.” This fall, the artist will also take part in a group show at Centre Pompidou.


Gallery temporarily closed

Perrotin New York will temporarily close to the public, beginning on March 14th. We remain open only by appointment. 

The safety of our community is our utmost priority and we abide by all recommended protocols to contain the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19).

We are deeply sorry to our visitors who have not had the opportunity to enjoy our current exhibitions by Bharti Kher and Cinga Samson. We cannot wait to welcome you back into the gallery, and we look forward to staying in touch through all our social and virtual channels.

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