Emmanuel Perrotin founded his first gallery in 1989 at the age of 21. He has opened since then over 17 different spaces, with the aim of continuing to offer increasingly vibrant and creative environments to experience artists work. He has worked closely with his roster of artists, some since more than 25 years, to help fulfill their ambitious dreams and projects. The gallery is now based in New York, Paris, Hong Kong, Seoul, Tokyo, and participates in all the significant worldwide art fairs each year (Art Basel (Hong Kong, Miami, Basel), Frieze (London, New York), FIAC (Paris), Dallas Art Fair, Art Cologne, Art Stage Jakarta, Expo Chicago, Art021 & West Bund Art & Design, Shanghai, Zona Maco Mexico, amongst others).
Entitled CHAOS : CALM, the exhibition seeks to reflect the turbulence, trauma, and angst experienced during the pandemic.
As one of the largest and most influential art fairs in Asia, this year's West Bund Art & Design, brings more than 120 leading galleries, designer brands and art institutions from 45 cities of 18 countries. Take a look at Ocula's highlights from the ground of the art fair in this photolog.
Their fall sales will see the Asia auction debuts of red-hot artists such as Billie Zangewa, Ewa Juszkiewicz, and Mickalene Thomas.
Held at Shanghai Exhibition Center, this year's ART021 took place between 11–14 November 2021. View Ocula's highlights from the ground of the 9th edition of ART021 Shanghai Contemporary Art Fair in this photolog.
We select our favourite works from Art Basel Miami Beach, which returns in full force after its 2020 cancellation.
Curator and professor Sozita Goudouna, founder of cross-cultural platform Greece in USA, shares her favourite works on Ocula.
The growth of China's economy and global influence in the 21st century has been reflected in the expansion of its art market. No place is this more evident than in Shanghai. Today, BANK has moved to the former French Concession, and the Bund area now hosts a wealth of foreign blue-chip galleries including Perrotin, Lisson, and Almine Rech. It is...
Takashi Murakami's exhibition in Berlin responds to the pop legacy of Michel Majerus.
First there was Art Basel. Then there was Art Basel in Hong Kong and Miami Beach. Now there's Art Basel Mexico City—sort of.
Floral arrangements, food and a funereal mood form the basis of American sculptor Genesis Belanger's new show at The Aldrich.
There is a coolness to the way Park paints her figures, as well as a sculptural attention paid to form and surfaces.
Few art works sold in the past few years have drawn as much attention as 'Comedian' by the Italian artist Maurizio Cattelan, in part because, despite its price and ironic humour, it is at its heart a