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



Copublished by Perrotin and Nahmad, 2021

A major figure of mid-20th-century abstraction, considered by Clement Greenberg to be the most influential European painter of his time, Georges Mathieu (1921-2012) had never before been the subject of such a large-scale monograph. With essays by Germano Celant and Nancy Spector, as well as a chronology by Daniel Abadie, this book provides a comprehensive overview of the artist's work, presenting a wide selection of paintings and works on paper spanning four decades of production by an artist who traversed the 20th century and the art world in both Europe and the United States.

— Texts in French and English by Germano Celant, Nancy Spector, Daniel Abadie



Like a catalog raisonné, this book dedicated to Josh Sperling gathers most of his work, from 2013 to 2020.

A text written by Kyle Chayka opens the book. Throughout the pages, his minimalist works are presented and categorized by the geometric and colorful forms that make up his style.

At the end of the book, exceptional views of his exhibitions across venues such as the Perrotin galleries in Paris, Seoul, New York and Tokyo, the At Bill Brady gallery in Miami and the Sorry we're closed gallery in Brussels are shown, to highlight his international presence.

An index of his body of work from 2013 to 2020 closes the book.


This monograph dedicated to the sculptor Klara Kristalova is a beautiful tribute to her work and reveals on the one hand her drawings and on the other hand her sculptures, sometimes in various exhibition places.

Published by Perrotin, May 2021

20,5 x 27 cm

212 pages

Texts in English

— Texts by Fanni Fetzet, Director of the Kunstmuseum Luzern


This exhibition catalog presents a series of "Outrenoirs" by Pierre Soulages, produced between 1986 and 2018. It alternates exhibition views, photographs of the works themselves and details. It is accompanied with a text by Alfred Pacquement as well as a chrnology by Camille Morando. This book follows Pierre Soulages' exhibition at the Perrotin gallery in Shanghai, which was held from November 5 to December 28, 2019.

Published by Perrotin, January 2021

23 x 31 cm

80 pages

Texts in English and French

— Texts by Alfred Pacquement and Camille Morando


This book presents through two exhibitions, one at the Musée National des Arts Asiatiques - Guimet in Paris and the other in New York, a new set of sculptures and new paintings by the artist. It is accompanied by a text by Sophie Makariou, president of the Musée National des Arts Asiatiques - Guimet, Paris, and another text by Glenn Adamson, independent curator and author. To create this new set of sculptures, artist Daniel Arsham drew on the vast collection of molds produced by the Ateliers d'Art du RMN - Grand Palais. Using sculpture molds, the artist's studio team collaborated with the RMN statuary sculptors in the execution of the works.

This book was published from the exhibition Paris, 3020 presented at Perrotin gallery in Paris from January 11th to March 13th, 2020.

16,8 x 24 cm

188 pages

Texts in English

— Texts by Sophie Makariou and Glenn Adamson


This book was published from the exhibition Paris, 3020 presented at Perrotin gallery in Paris from January 11th to March 13th, 2020.

— Texts by Ludovic Laugier, curator of Greek Sculptures at Le Musée du Louvre


This catalog has been published on the occasion of the sculpture's installation of Jean-Michel Othoniel 'Alfa' at the National Museum of Qatar, in March 28, 2019


This first monograph of Claire Tabouret presents a wide selection of her works (many paintings and drawings presented on different papers, and some sculptures) as well as a dozen exhibition views.

Published by Perrotin, November 2020

22,5 x 30 cm

312 pages

Text in English

— Texts by Anna Katherine Brodbeck (Hoffman Family Senior Curator of Contemporary Art at Dallas Museum of Art) and Annabelle Teneze (Les Abattoirs, Musée - Frac Occitanie Toulouse)
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