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).
On the occasion of her third solo show with de Sarthe, Mak2 reflects on fortune telling, speculation, control, value, and humour.
Coinciding with Kiaf Seoul, galleries and institutions across the city present the best of contemporary art in Korea and beyond.
At Perrotin, Gregor Hildebrandt interweaves personal memories with sonic culture, including the artist's signature 'rip-off' paintings.
As Seoul cements itself as one of the world's most attractive art hubs, Kiaf Seoul celebrates its 20th anniversary edition.
With KIAF Seoul having opened this week, we take a look at some of the great work coming out of Korea.
With the soaring demand for Dansaekhwa, Park Seo-Bo's paintings have quadrupled in value.
Ocula Advisory select stand-out works showing across The Armory Show and Independent.
Gallery Baton in Seoul are opening their first solo exhibition of work by Japanese painter and sculptor Yuichi Hirako this week.
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