PERROTIN IS EXPANDING ITS ACTIVITIES TO THE SECONDARY MARKET, 8 AVENUE MATIGNON
Emmanuel Perrotin, Tom-David Bastok and Dylan Lessel are partnering to launch a new venture dedicated entirely to the secondary market
OPENING OF A SHOWROOM IN MATIGNON DISTRICT, 2BIS AVENUE MATIGNON
OPENING OF THE 106 TOKYO BOOKSTORE
HONG KONG GALLERY MOVING TO 807, K11 ATELIER VICTORIA DOCKSIDE, 18 SALISBURY ROAD, TSIM SHA TSUI
"Experiencing art in person and participating in conversations about that experience with others—this is one of the most important reasons why we aim to create different contexts and encounters through our choice of locations worldwide. In recent years, we began committing more space in our galleries for private salons, even opening a dedicated salon, to create more exchanges. I am pleased the new Hong Kong gallery is part of a project where art and people are central to its DNA."
EXPANSION OF THE GALLERY (LAST FLOOR AND ROOFTOP)
OPENING OF THE SHANGHAI GALLERY, 3/F, 27 HU QIU ROAD, HUANGPU DISTRICT
The Shanghai gallery is Perrotin’s fourth and largest space to date in Asia. It is located on the top floor of a historic three-story brick building known as the “Amber Building.” Built in 1937, it is a former warehouse used by the Central Bank of China during the Republican period. The 12,900-square-foot (1,200 sq. m.) gallery space includes a mezzanine and several exhibition rooms.
OPENING OF THE TOKYO GALLERY, PIRAMIDE BUILDING, 1F, 6-6-9 ROPPONGI, MINATO-KU
Opening of Perrotin Tokyo, located in the center of the Roppongi area, a vibrant cultural neighborhood that is home to a large number of museums, including the Mori Art Museum, Suntory Museum of Art, and National Art Center, as well as many well-established galleries