The masterpieces of classical antiquity revisited by Daniel Arsham: pursuing his fictitious archaeological approach, the American artist offers through his reappropriation of the Venus de Milo or Michelangelo's Moses a reflection on our relationship to time.
This luxurious monograph presents a wide selection of works by Izumi Kato, Japanese painter and sculptor known for his mysterious representations of human figures with primitive aesthetics, alongside exhibition views. It is accompanied by four original critical texts and a poem by the artist.
Perrotin's large hardcover Yearbook presents the gallery's activities across its six international locations over the course of 2019, bringing together exhibition views, conversations with the artists, photographs of workshops and events, and additional exclusive content.
Perrotin's large hardcover Yearbook presents the gallery's activities across its six international locations over the course of 2018, bringing together exhibition views, conversations with the artists, photographs of workshops and events, and additional exclusive content.
Published in conjunction with the eponymous exhibition at the Galerie Perrotin in Paris, this monograph features historical works by Julio Le Parc, as well as his most recent paintings, showing an undeniable interest in the study of light and movement. The publication also contains a text by Hans Ulrich Obrist, an interview by Jerôme Sans and a chronology written by the artist.
A well documented bilingual (English / Japanese) publication presenting ten recent paintings by the artist, and highlighting the special relationship between Pierre Soulages and Japan, where his work was exhibited very early in his career and quickly enjoyed significant recognition. A unique catalogue, published on the occasion of the opening of Perrotin Tokyo.
Les presses du réel – Contemporary art – Monographs
First retrospective monograph dedicated to the “agency” created in 1984 by Jean-François Brun, Dominique Pasqualini and Philippe Thomas: an immersion into the collective's history through numerous press archives and exhibition views. The publication also includes an unpublished interview with Brun and Pasqualini, and a glossary.
Luxurious bilingual monograph dedicated to Hans Hartung, bringing together numerous works from 1922 to 1989. Directed by Matthieu Poirier, the richly documented publication features a full-color central section with reproductions of Hartung's paintings. Appendix includes a text by Jean Clay and an interview with Pierre Soulages by Pierre Encrevé, in which the painter discusses his friendship with Hartung.