Photograph: Courtesy Perrotin New York
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Perrotin New York


Time Out says

This is the New York branch for the powerhouse Parisian gallery opened in 1990 by namesake dealer Emmanuel Perrotin—who, among other things, gave YBA bad boy Damien Hirst his first-ever solo show in 1991. Perrotin originally opened a space on the Upper East Side in 2013, which he ran with Dominique Lévy until 2016, when their partnership dissolved and he decamped to an expansive new space on the Lower East Side. Since moving there, he's shown notable names such as Takashi Murakami and internationally renowned street artist, JR. In addtion to New York, Perrotin has galleries in Hong Kong, Shanghai, Seoul and Tokyo.


130 Orchard St
New York
Cross street:
between Delancey and Rivington Sts
Subway: F to Delancey St; M, J, Z to Essex St
Opening hours:
Wed–Sun 10am–6pm
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