Produced for On Sundays Watari Museum Shop by Old Milk-Glass Co., Ltd, 2022

Dimensions : Glass 9,5 x ⌀ 8,2 cm / Case 10 x 10 x 9 cm

Made in Japan

Elmgreen & Dragset

Untitled (After The Lovers), 2023

Sculpture :

Dimensions: 24 × 25,5 × 15 cm

Waxed synthetic plaster, stainless steel, plexiglass

Edition of 30 [+ 4AP + 4 SP]

Signed and numbered Certificate of Authenticity

Produced by Perrotin, 2023

Produced by Perrotin, 2023

Puzzle sculpture, after the artwork "Big Time"

Medium Density Fiberboard, Plexiglass and varnish paint

64 pieces

Puzzle : 32,5 x 74,1 x 1,6 cm

Box : 75 x 35 x 4 cm

Edition of 30 [+ 3 AP + 3 SP]

Produced by Laurent Grasso Studio, 2023

Heliogravure printing

Sheet dimensions 21,7 x 21,7 cm

Image dimensions 13 x 13 cm

Edition of 300 copies + 20 AP, signed and numbered by the artist

Produced by Perrotin, 2023

Perfumed candle

Dimensions : Glass 9 x ⌀7,5 cm / Case 10 x 8 x 8 cm

Weight : 190 gr

Printing on glass with a four-color printed case, mat varnish

Created for the most intangible of our senses, this candle’s scent has been blended especially for Perrotin. Lighting it will transport you to our world of beauty, innovation, and imagination.

Made in France

Published by Perrotin, 2022

Each portfolio comprises 5 fine art prints in Piezography on 350gsm Museum Etching paper

60 x 75 cm

Edition of 50 portfolios + 5 AP + 5 SP

The portfolio is signed and numbered by the artist

Each print is numbered 1/50 to 50/50

Les années silencieuses, 2023.

Edition of a portfolio of seven silkscreen and lithograph prints limited to 25 copies + 5 AP + 5 SP

Numbered and signed by the artist (on the back side)

printed on 310gsm Somerset Satin paper

45 × 70 cm each

Published by Perrotin



This monograph dedicated to Ivan Argote presents the richness of the Colombian artist's work. Using photography, film, sculpture, as well as painting, he invites us to rethink the links between the intimate and the political and question the proponents of dominant ideologies.

This book starts with an essay by author and curator Matthew Schum. It discusses a major project by Iván Argote: A Point of View, a site specific work by the artist installed in Coachella Valley during the Biennale Desert X. It discusses its genesis, and situates this piece in Argote's work. This essay is followed by an interview of Ivan Argote by Kathryn Weir; she questions the artist on his conception of the "monument", a transversal theme in his work that casts a critical eye on the mode of representation of power that the monument constitutes.


This first comprehensive monograph of Genesis Belanger brings together a wide selection of the artist's discreet objects and staged tableaux, alongside essays by Leigh Arnold, PhD, Curator at the Nasher Sculpture Center (Dallas, Texas) and Eric Troncy, Curator and co-director of the Consortium Museum (Dijon, France). Foreword by Amy Smith-Stewart, chief curator of the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum (Ridgefield, Connecticut).

Belanger’s practice at large is centered on the creation of sculptural installations that perform narratives about gender and power. Her psychologically charged mise-en-scènes are composed of idiosyncratic versions of everyday objects, made in a multitude of materials.


This first monograph of Lee Bae presents a large selection of his works, paintings, sculptures and drawings, as well as twenty exhibition views and photos of the artist in his studio.

The book is articulated around the different series of his work: Issus du Feu, Landscapes, Brushstroke etc.

It is accompanied by two original critical texts written by Virginia Moon and Henri-François Debailleux as well as an interview with Lee Bae and Cheryl Sim.

Published by Perrotin, 2022

22,5 x 30 cm

244 pages

Texts in English, French and Chinese

Includes texts by Virginia Moon, Henri-François Debailleux, and an interview with Lee Bae and Cheryl Sim

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