2022

Perrotin New York is pleased to announce Oli Epp's first solo exhibition in New York presenting new paintings and on view until July 29th, 2022.


Born and raised in London, Epp’s coming-of-age coincided with the ascent of the Internet. Fittingly, his paintings hum with contradictory impulses. Pulled from the 1960s psychedelic-folk hit by Jefferson Airplane, the exhibition’s title Don’t You Want Somebody to Love? aptly describes the search for human connection in the digital age.

new york
June 23 - July 29, 2022

This group exhibition 'Regarde-moi' (Look at Me) plunges us into a contemporary portrait gallery featuring around forty works.


"The portrait – a classic among the classics of representational art – is a timeless practice. It is a memorial narrative, destined, today as yesterday, to speak of intimacy and absence, to exalt the mystery of faces and bodies, and to lose itself in an interiority or a history, whose sources can never be openly avowed." — Jill Gasparina

hong kong
May 21 - July 30, 2022
paris
May 19 - July 30, 2022

Perrotin and Kasmin are delighted to present a jointly organized exhibition of new work by American artist Mark Ryden. Animal Secrets comprises 10 paintings and 12 works on paper that further develop the artist’s series of portraiture featuring mysterious and mythical creatures. The resulting gallery of enchanted characters embodies the artist’s meticulously-realized signature blend of archetype, kitsch, and narrative mysticism. Animal Secrets is conceived alongside the artist’s most recent exhibition in Tokyo, Yakalina 9.

new york
April 28 - June 11, 2022

Perrotin Seoul is pleased to announce Alone with Everybody, a solo exhibition by New York-based, Japan-born artist, Susumu Kamijo. It marks the artist’s first show with the gallery and his first in South Korea. His fascination with poodles, the artist says, was almost an accidental one. In this latest exhibition Alone with Everybody, we witness a continual and playful evolution of his work where the visceral and the ethereal are often alongside each other.

tokyo
April 01 - May 14, 2022
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