Perrotin is pleased to participate in this year's iteration of Frieze Los Angeles with a dual solo booth of artworks by Aya Takano and Josh Sperling, alongside nested presentations by Daniel Arsham and Jean-Michel Othoniel.
Perrotin's booth will highlight a new series of paintings and drawings by Aya Takano, whose delicate portrayals of girlhood in Japan explore the intricacies of human desire. Drawing upon influences ranging from manga to traditional printmaking to science fiction, Takano weaves human and animal forms into dreamlike worlds unencumbered by societal constraints, marrying her interest in science and deep respect for nature.
Additionally, Josh Sperling will debut artworks from his signature Composite series, which consists of individually shaped canvases that are collaged into boldly-colored compositions. Sperling marries visual language of the Minimalist art movement with aesthetics of '90s advertising and the Memphis design movement. Concurrently, the artist opened his first-ever institutional exhibition at the SCAD Museum of Art, on view through June 5.
Perrotin's booth will showcase work by artists with exhibitions around Los Angeles–Daniel Arsham and Jean-Philippe Delhomme. Finally, the gallery will present a salon-style hanging of work by several artists in our roster, including Johan Creten, Bernard Frize, Gabriel de la Mora, MSCHF, Takashi Murakami, and Paola Pivi.