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New York, NY 10002
212 812 2902

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5036 West Pico Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90019
323 433 4063

Perrotin Store
3600 Las Vegas Freeway
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Emmanuel Perrotin founded his first gallery in 1990 at the age of twenty-one. Since then, he has worked closely with his roster of artists, some for more than twenty-five years, to realize their ambitious projects. Perrotin has ten galleries globally, including a New York space, totaling approximately 84,000 square feet (7,800 square meters) across all locations. These multiple venues offer great flexibility, enabling Perrotin to continue staging ambitious projects and large-scale exhibitions for the varied group of world renowned artists it represents. The gallery organizes about 45 exhibitions a year, and partakes in about 20 international art fairs. Perrotin represents more than 60 artists and six estates, and also collaborates with approximately 35 others. Altogether, the gallery provides exposure to both established and emerging artists of more than 25 nationalities. The gallery also publishes books, special editions, and artists’ objects, available in every Perrotin bookstore.

Past Exhibitions

Xiyao Wang

Do you hear the waterfall?

January 12, 2024 - February 17, 2024

John Henderson


January 12, 2024 - February 17, 2024

Kathia St. Hilaire

Mounting Spirits, Resisting Empire

January 12, 2024 - February 17, 2024

Daniel Arsham, Charles Hascoët, Leslie Hewitt, JR, Paola Pivi

Perrotin at The M Building

December 2, 2023 - December 10, 2023
On the occasion of Art Basel Miami Beach, Perrotin presents an exhibition at The M Building located in the Wynwood Art District in Miami. The presentation highlights the making of JR's newest mural The Chronicles of Miami—to be unveiled through two public outdoor installations in the city—alongside a selection of work by Daniel Arsham, Charles Hascoët, Leslie Hewitt, and Paola Pivi. Image caption: Installation view of Perrotin’s exhibition at The M Building in Miami, 2023. Photographer: Silvia Ros. ©JR. Courtesy of the artists and Perrotin.

Jean-Michel Othoniel

The Reconciliation of Opposites

October 27, 2023 - December 22, 2023
Perrotin is pleased to present The Reconciliation of Opposites, an exhibition of new paintings and sculptures by Jean-Michel Othoniel, following his recent solo exhibition at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden. Othoniel’s enchanting aesthetics revolve around the notion of emotional geometry. Through the repetition of modular elements such as glass bricks or his signature beads, he creates exquisite artworks that reflect the complexity of human nature. The Reconciliation of Opposites explores Othoniel’s longstanding interests in the potent symbolism of flowers, as well as materiality, focused specifically on the dual strength and fragility of glass. Across two floors of Perrotin New York, the artist presents works that range from intimate to monumental – lustrous flower paintings on white gold leaf decorate the third floor, while the second floor boasts pieces from his radiant glass brick series, Precious Stonewall and Wonder Block. The artist’s new paintings build upon his signature Rose series, expanding his oeuvre with works inspired by various plant species, such as Wisteria, depicted in a vivid color palette. While the artist’s paintings and Precious Stonewall sculptures are installed on the walls of the gallery, his Wonder Blocks are transformed into meditative freestanding columns, whose pigments illuminate the space with vibrant flame-like rays. Monumental yet delicate, baroque yet minimal, poetic yet political, his contemplative forms have the power to reconcile opposites.

Gérard Schneider

Rhapsody in Blue

October 27, 2023 - December 22, 2023
Perrotin is pleased to present Rhapsody in Blue, the first exhibition of work by Gérard Schneider in the United States in over a half-century. Pioneer of Lyrical Abstraction, Schneider’s aesthetic is raw and vibrant, physical and unrestrained, reflecting his intention to translate pure emotion into painting. The works on view will span Schneider’s almost seven decades long career, focusing specifically on the artist’s relationship with the color blue.

Kelly Beeman


September 6, 2023 - October 14, 2023

Daniel Arsham

20 Years

September 6, 2023 - October 14, 2023

Yale MFA Painting & Printmaking Class of 2023

a signal urgent but breaking

June 15, 2023 - July 28, 2023
Perrotin is pleased to present artworks by Yale University’s Painting and Printmaking MFA class of 2023, which will be supplemented by a series of programs envisioned and executed by the class.

Trevon Latin

TOYMAKER: Big blu & the Weeping walls!!

June 15, 2023 - July 28, 2023
Perrotin is pleased to present TOYMAKER: Big blu & The Weeping walls!!, an exhibition of new work by Trevon Latin on view at Perrotin New York. In the artist’s application of textures, such as sequined cloth and quilted fabrics, canvas, found objects, beads and barrettes, Latin’s work seeks to engender narrative and world-making through the media of painting, sculpture, installation, and performance.