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You’ve heard of Jackson Pollock and know of his infamous “drip paintings,” but what is it that you’re supposed to do when you look at his work today? Why did it cause shockwaves in 1947, and what does it mean now? We explore the life, evolution, and legacy of Jackson Pollock.
For her first solo exhibition in the United States, the rare and uncanny Oda Jaune unveils a challenging exhibition in New York. “Miss Understand” offers a series of nearly 25 new oil paintings and dozens of watercolors, on a singular perception of the woman in our time.
In the summer of 1905, Henri Matisse and Andre Derain pioneered Fauvism in Collioure, radically transforming French painting with vibrant color and form. This exhibition, co-organized by The Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, showcases their influential works, marking a pivotal moment in modern art history.
Perrotin is pleased to present Bauhaus Gal – Theatre, Chen Ke’s first solo exhibition at Paris gallery. For this new exhibition, the artist created a series of portraits of young Bauhaus students and architectural photographs presented in a theatrical scenography.