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The Spring 2022 Cover Story: Derek Fordjour and the Sporting Life
Long after his childhood peers abandoned their artistic pursuits, Derek Fordjour remained committed to artmaking. The Morehouse and Harvard graduate eventually earned his MFA at Hunter College.
February 28, 2022
Alice Neel: People Come First
The twentieth-century figurative painter Alice Neel reflected that, “My psychiatrist once told me that I got interested in painting portraits because I liked to watch my mother’s face. It h
March 07, 2022
Woody De Othello: Flash of the Spirit
In the midst of a revelation, Woody DeOthello is awe inspiring. Through his hands, inanimate objects vibrate: Lamps laugh at light switches and telephones might lick your face. Optimistically breathi
March 14, 2022
Joy Labinjo: Fun & Games
One of my favorite Joy Labinjo works features two men standing side by side, both in suits, framed by orange into rectangular blue boxes and presented in the trappings of some sort of magic show. On
March 21, 2022
Aryo Toh Djojo: A Close Encounter
It feels quite apt that in the middle of a global pandemic, the US government would more or less admit the existence of UFOs. There was no Hollywood scripted announcement, no looming Independence Day
March 28, 2022
Patrick Martinez: Neon Landscape
On a warm and sunny December morning I drove across LA, from the west side to Huntington Park, specifically, to see Patrck Martinez in his studio. The sprawl is palpable, throbbing with the nuance of
April 04, 2022
Matt Bollinger: The Realist of Fantasy
During such a decade, as we live through the most unreal days, how do you categorize someone as a realist painter? You begin to wonder what it is someone is trying to realistically convey.
April 11, 2022
Kristina Schuldt: Nothing Has to Fit
Rough and elegant, beautiful and grotesque, strong and fragile, vibrant and dispiriting, successful and failed. Such are the perpetual interplays that play with equilibrium in what we recognize
April 18, 2022
Kim Dacres: Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry
Born and raised in the Bronx by Jamaican parents, Kim Dacres considers her artistry a luxury—not to be taken for granted. Growing up, the abstract sculptor, who works with disassembled tires reconf
April 25, 2022
A Full Embrace: Jenna Gribbon on Alice Neel
In our upcoming Spring 2022 quarterly, we have an extensive survey and conversation about the upcoming exhibition, Alice Neel: People Come First, at the de Young Museum in San Francisco opening March
February 10, 2022
Kelly Beeman Gets Her "Wish"
Perrotin is pleased to announce Wish, a solo exhibition of paintings and watercolors by New York–based artist, Kelly Beeman, her first show with the gallery and her first in Asia.
March 01, 2022
If There is a Thing Called Magic: Dominic Chambers on Alice Neel
In our Spring 2022 quarterly, we have an extensive survey and conversation about the exhibition, Alice Neel: People Come First, at the de Young Museum in San Francisco opening March 12
March 08, 2022
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