Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin Paris

Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin Paris Building, France, Architect, Images, Architecture

Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin Paris : Building

French Art Gallery – design by Du Besset-Lyon Architectes, Europe

4 Jul 2008

Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin

Date built: 2008

Design: Du Besset-Lyon Architectes

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Art Gallery in Paris

Location: 10 impasse Saint-Claude, Paris 75003

Building completion took place in September 2008

Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin Paris Building images / text from Du Besset-Lyon Architectes 040708

Address: 76 Rue de Turenne, 75003 Paris, France

Contact: Phone +33 1 42 16 79 79

Opening Hours: closed on Sunday (please cehck with the art gallery)

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Emmanuel Perrotin (born 1968) is a French art dealer specializing in contemporary art. He owns the Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin chain of art galleries, with two in Paris, one in Hong Kong and one in New York City as of 2013.

At the age of 17, Perrotin left school and started working as assistant to the young dealer Charles Cartwright in Paris. He opened his first gallery when he was only 24 years old in his own apartment. He became famous in France by promoting international avant-garde artists such as Takashi Murakami, Maurizio Cattelan, Wim Delvoye and Elmgreen and Dragset. He also works with French artists such as Xavier Veilhan, Sophie Calle and Bernard Frize.

In 2001, he opened a gallery, rue Louise-Weiss in the 13th arrondissement of Paris. This street is now considered to be one of Paris’ most famous places for modern art.

In 2012, he opened a gallery in Hong Kong. The same year, he opened another gallery in one of Paris’ main localizations for art galleries, Le Marais.

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Website: www.perrotin.com