Pierre SOULAGES

solo show

June 7 - August 19, 2017

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tokyo

Piramide Building, 1F, 6-6-9 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-0032, Japan

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400 people attended the opening.
5 379 people attended the exhibition.
The exhibition was open for 53 days.
Daily average 101 visitors per day including opening, 96 per day excluding opening.

  • Artist:Pierre SOULAGES, Exhibition:
  • Artist:Pierre SOULAGES, Exhibition:
  • Artist:Pierre SOULAGES, Exhibition:
  • Artist:Pierre SOULAGES, Exhibition:
  • Artist:Pierre SOULAGES, Exhibition:
  • Artist:Pierre SOULAGES, Exhibition:
  • Artist:Pierre SOULAGES, Exhibition:
  • Artist:Pierre SOULAGES, Exhibition:
  • Artist:Pierre SOULAGES, Exhibition:
On the occasion of the opening of Perrotin Tokyo, the gallery is honored to present a solo exhibition of Pierre Soulages, bringing together a collection of recent paintings. “Soulages is not only the most famous living French painter, he is a giant of painting. Today his work is shown in 110 museums around the world and has been exhibited on every continent. Soulages once said that he was truly born from painting. It was in Paris, at the end of the 1930s, that he discovered the masterpieces of Western classical and modern art: at the Louvre, at exhibits of Picasso and Cézanne, and at the Orangerie in the Tuileries, in front of Monet’s “Nymphéas.” But it was after the war, in 1946, that he effectively became an artist and began his body of work. […]” Pierre Encrevé

PERROTIN

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 Zodwa (men 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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