Country: Hong Kong
Founded in 1990, Galerie Perrotin changed locations eight times since the beginning, exploring three different neighbourhoods in Paris before settling down in the Marais in 2007. Now the gallery occupies two floors in an elegant 18th century hotel particulier.
Willing to open a space overseas, the gallery opened a branch of 1300 m2 in Miami from 2004 to 2010, giving the possibility to get in contact with local artists such as Hernan Bas and Daniel Arsham. In May 2012, Galerie Perrotin finally landed in Hong Kong in a 8,000 square-feet space in Connaught Road, Central, designed by the architect Andre Fu of design studio AFSO, to be part of the flourishing Asian market.
Emmanuel Perrotin has represented some of the world’s most famous artists, including Takashi Murakami and Maurizio Cattelan, for over 20 years.The gallery also represents important French artists (Sophie Calle, Bernard Frize, Xavier Veilhan, Tatiana Trouvé, Jean-Michel Othoniel), as well as international artists (Elmgreen&Dragset, Wim Delvoye, Gelitin, Paola Pivi, Farhad Moshiri, Daniel Arsham, Bharti Kher, Kaz Oshiro, Kaws...)
The gallery has participated in international fairs all over the world such as Art Basel, Art Basel Miami, Frieze Art Fair New York and London, Fiac, Art Brussels, Paris Photo Los
Angeles, Armory Show, KIAF, Art HK, Art Taipei and Art Stage Singapore.
In september 2013, the 1932 Bank of New York building at 909 Madison Avenue – an historic landmark on Manhattan’s Upper East Side – will be the new home of Galerie Perrotin.
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