Uriel Orlow will participate in the 12th edition of Taipei Biennial. Presented by Taipei Fine Arts Museum (TFAM), Taipei Biennial will take place this November. Co-curated by philosopher Bruno LATOUR and independent curator Martin GUINARD, along with independent curator Eva LIN, who has been specially invited to curate the public programs, this year’s biennial will showcase a line-up of works […]
A new installation in Sao Paulo of the artist’s first major retrospective, this exhibition covers her main photographic series. Individuals admitted to psychiatric hospitals, transvestites, members of a precarious circus, prostitutes, amateur boxers, blind people, passers-by, the elderly, an indigenous ethnic group in danger of extinction: all appear in the mostly black and white portraits of […]
The exhibition organised at Kunsthalle im Lipsiusbau remembers the state-organized solidarity campaign calling for the release of the US philosopher, communist and Black Power activist Angela Davis. “A million roses for Angela” was the motto of a postcard campaign in 1970-72 in support of Davis, who at the time was being held under terrorism charges. Exhibited […]
Online viewing rooms 7 – 16 October
A group exhibition with Lara Almarcegui, Mercedes Azpilicueta, Daniel Jacoby, David Maroto, Falke Pisano, and Victor Santamarina. Curated by Tiago de Abreu Pinto.
RESTONS UNIS, is a collective initiative that brings together twenty-six Parisian galleries. Throughout this summer, each gallery will present a selection of works, available in Perrotin’s Viewing Salon as well as exhibited in their Saint-Claude space in Paris. https://leaflet.perrotin.com/view/10/restons-unis-emmanuel
In light of the recent developments regarding COVID-19, keeping in mind the health and safety of our visitors, artists and team members, we are temporarily closing the gallery beginning today, March 17, 2020. Our team will be available on email, phone or video conferencing. Please do not hesitate to get in touch and remember to […]
This evening invites us to reconsider space, plants, survival and ecology, exploring the intertwined ecological and human ramifications of climate change in the Middle East, particularly those felt by communities of women. ‘Who’s Afraid of Ideology’ by Marwa Arsanios explores the Kurdish women’s autonomist movement, travelling to a cooperative in the Bekaa Valley which has […]