Perrotin Paris is delighted to present a solo show of French painter Bernard Frize, in parallel to his retrospective at the Centre Pompidou - Musée National d’Art Moderne. Featuring a wide range of paintings, this exhibition marks 25 years of collaboration between the artist and Perrotin gallery. On this occasion, the artist will have 3 solo shows at the gallery in 2019: in Tokyo (March), Paris (June) and New York (September). Perrotin presents a new solo show of Jean-Michel Othoniel following several important personal exhibitions in Canada, USA, and France in 2018. For his Paris show, the artist presents a new body of work, including monumental sculptures and large-scale installations created with his now iconic module, the mirror brick. The bricks allow the artist to go further in the creation of large scale artworks such as his Big Wave . Othoniel creates pieces that go beyond the idea of sculpture to become real glass and metal architectures like walls, roads, grottos and agoras. Works of that scale allow people to enter them and to experiment these spaces of freedom.
Founded in Paris in 1990 by Emmanuel Perrotin, then 21 years old, the gallery has become one of the most influential contemporary art galleries in the world. Spanning over 6500 square meters (75,000 square feet) across three continents, Perrotin is located in Paris, Hong Kong, New York, Seoul, Tokyo and Shanghai. The gallery represents about 50 artists from 21 different countries. It organizes 35 exhibitions, and partakes in about 20 international art fairs each year. Perrotin is driven by a team of 130 dynamic collaborators worldwide, including 3 partners and over fifteen directors. Over the past three decades, Perrotin has exhibited and supported contemporary and modern artists through many collaborative projects.
Iván Argote / Daniel Arsham / Hernan Bas / Sophie Calle / Maurizio Cattelan / Chen Fei / Chung Chang-Sup / Johan Creten / Wim Delvoye / Elmgreen & Dragset / Ericson & Ziegler / Erró / Lionel Esteve / Jens Fänge / Bernard Frize / Gelitin / Laurent Grasso / Zach Harris / Hans Hartung / Thilo Heinzmann / John Henderson / Leslie Hewitt / Gregor Hildebrandt / JR / Jesper Just / Izumi Kato / KAWS / Bharti Kher / Klara Kristalova / Julio Le Parc / Lee Bae / Heinz Mack / Farhad Moshiri / Gianni Motti / Mr. / Takashi Murakami / Jean-Michel Othoniel / Park Seo-Bo / Paul Pfeiffer / Paola Pivi / Gabriel Rico / Claude Rutault / Michael Sailstorfer / Jesús Rafael Soto / Pierre Soulages / Josh Sperling / Aya Takano / Xavier Veilhan / Pieter Vermeersch / Xu Zhen®