Paola Pivi, Don’t Make Me Wait, 2019, Installation, Urethane foam, plastic, feathers, 49,5 x 68,6 x 39,4 cm
Courtesy of Perrotin
Emmanuel Perrotin founded his first gallery in 1990 at the age of twenty-one.?He has worked closely with his roster of artists, some for more than twenty-five years, to realize their ambitious projects.?Perrotin has galleries in Paris, Hong Kong, New York, Seoul, Tokyo, and Shanghai, totaling approximately 7,000 square meters (75,000 square feet) of exhibition space across its nine locations.
These multiple locations offers greater flexibility and enables Perrotin to continue staging ambitious projects and large-scale exhibitions for its world-renowned artists. All the spaces worldwide offer great flexibility to the gallery’s varied group of artists for their exhibitions.
Perrotin participates in more than twenty art fairs each year, including Art Basel (Basel, Miami, Hong Kong); Frieze (London, New York, Los Angeles); FIAC (Paris); the Dallas Art Fair; Expo Chicago; ART021 and West Bund Art & Design (Shanghai) among others.
The gallery regularly publishes catalogues and editions which are available through its bookstores in each city and on Perrotin’s online store. In recent years, Perrotin expanded its public program, most notably through the production of editorial content for podcast and video, and events which include artist talks, panel discussions, children’s workshops, and concerts. In 2020, the gallery debuted its online Viewing Salon.
Gabriel de la Mora
Elmgreen & Dragset
Emily Mae Smith
Ericson & Ziegler
Jésus Rafael Soto
Julio Le Parc
Jean Phillipe Delhomme