Exposition - HAPPY BIRTHDAY Galerie Perrotin / 25ans - Tripostal, Lille - 11 OCT 2013 > 12 JAN 2014

THE EXHIBITION

  • THE EXHIBITION
  • EXHIBITION ARTISTS
  • INSTALLATIONS OUTSIDE OF THE WALLS
  • AND ALSO

THE EXHIBITION

Following in the dynamic of the invitations extended to large collections, lille3000 is hosting the Galerie Perrotin for an exhibition at the Tripostal. This event is an opportunity to take stock of the vision of French gallery owner Emmanuel Perrotin through a selection of works by artists he has exhibited throughout his 25-year career.

View of the exhibition "Happy Birthday, Galerie Perrotin / 25 years", Tripostal, Lille, 2013.
Photo: Maxime Dufour Photographies
Courtesy: Galerie Perrotin

The large open spaces of the Tripostal will accommodate more than one hundred works: the monumental sculptures and installations of Wim Delvoye, Daniel Firman, Gianni Motti and Tatiana Trouvé, the mobiles of Lionel Estève, Sophie Calle’s “Vingt ans après”, Maurizio Cattelan’s “INRI” and works specially designed for the venue by Gelitin, Guy Limone, Pieter Vermeersch and JR. Other rooms will present a selection of Japanese artists such as Aya Takano, Mr and Chiho Aoshima. Many French artists will be represented, such as Bernard Frize, Kolkoz, Ange Leccia, Jean-Michel Othoniel, Philippe Parreno, Xavier Veilhan and Jean-Luc Vilmouth. The public will also discover two sculptures by the Dansih artists Elmgreen & Dragset and the big screen projection of a film by Jesper Just.

EMMANUEL PERROTIN

He opened his first gallery in Paris in 1989 in an apartment in the Marais district in Paris, near the Pompidou Centre. After occupying several premises from 1989 to 2005, the gallery is now located in a mansion on the Rue de Turenne. In 2012, a second gallery opened in Hong Kong. A third will be inaugurated next September in New York.
He started off at a very young age in contemporary art, hired when just seventeen as the assistant to Charles Cartwright, a young gallery owner who was working with artists such as Marina Abramovic or Alighero Boetti. Self-taught and driven by passion, Emmanuel Perrotin has a gift for discovering new talents. In 1991, he organised Damien Hirst’s first commercial exhibition, then in 1992 he presented the subversive Maurizio Cattelan; the following year, he began his collaboration with Takashi Murakami. Since then, he has also represented Johan Creten, Klara Kristalova, KAWS, Farhad Moshiri and Paola Pivi.

EXHIBITION ARTISTS

Chiho Aoshima, Ivan Argote, Daniel Arsham, Mark Barrow, Hernan Bas, Anna Betbeze, Jes Brinch, Sophie Calle, Maurizio Cattelan, Peter Coffin, Martin Creed, Johan Creten, Matthew Day Jackson, Wim Delvoye, Eric Duyckaerts, Elmgreen & Dragset, Kate Ericson & Mel Ziegler, Leandro Erlich, Lionel Estève, Daniel Firman, Mark Flood, Bernard Frize, Giuseppe Gabellone, Gelitin, Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster, Thilo Heinzmann, John Henderson, Gregor Hildebrandt, Noritoshi Hirakawa, Damien Hirst, Information Fiction Publicité (IFP), Wendy Jacob, Sergej Jensen, Bernard Joisten, Pierre Joseph, JR, Yeondoo Jung, Jesper Just, KAWS, Jean-Pierre Khazem, Bharti Kher, Kolkoz, Klara Kristalova, Ange Leccia, Guy Limone, Adam McEwen, Ryan McGinley, Mariko Mori, Farhad Moshiri, Olivier Mosset, Gianni Motti, Mr., Takashi Murakami, Kaz Oshiro, Jean-Michel Othoniel, Philippe Parreno, Paola Pivi, Henrik Plenge Jakobsen, R.H. Quaytman, Terry Rich ardson, Claude Rutault, Michael Sailstorfer, Aya Takano, Tatiana Trouvé, Piotr Uklanski, Xavier Veilhan, Pieter Vermeersch, Jean-Luc Vilmouth, John Waters, Pae White, Kenji Yanobe, Sun Yuan & Peng Yu, Peter Zimmermann.

INSTALLATIONS OUTSIDE OF THE WALLS

Paoloa Pivi - untitiled (zebras)

Paola PIVI Untitled (Zebras), 2003 (detail)
Photo: Hugo Glendinning. Courtesy Galerie Perrotin

PAOLA PIVI

- Untitiled (Zebras), 2003
- One cup of cappuccino then I go, 2007

4 OCT 2013 > 12 JAN 2014
GARE LILLE FLANDRES, LILLE
GARE DU NORD, PARIS

Paola Pivi’s spectacular and improbable photographs offer us an untypical view of reality in which zebras, ostriches, donkeys, bears or leopards claim dominion over worlds that are foreign to them. Discover two of her XXL artworks on the facades of these train stations: Lille Flandres and the Gare du Nord in Paris.

With the support of the SNCF

KOLKOZ
Kolkoz Tower, London, Canary Wharf Station View, 2008 (detail) Photograph, aluminium, frame
125 x 172 x 3 cm
Courtesy Galerie Perrotin

KOLKOZ

Kolkoz Tower
(4 photographs)

9 OCT 2013 > 10 JAN 2014
Caisse d’Epargne Nord France Europe
135 Pont de Flandres , Euralille

MON > FRI: 10.00 am to 12.00 pm and from 3.00 pm to 5.00 pm
FREE ADMISSION

The Caisse d'Epargne Nord France Europe will be hosting four photographs by the artistic duo Kolkoz. Equipped with their digital cameras, the artists photograph the facades of modest buildings, and using techniques of multiplication, stacking and combination they construct images of virtual towers to rival those of major international companies.

With the support of the Caisse d'Épargne Nord France Europe

AND ALSO

Paoloa Pivi - untitiled (zebras)

THÉO MERCIER, TRAFIC, 2012
© maxime dufour photographie

THÉO MERCIER

TRAFIC

PARKING VINCI Park EURALILLE
(LEVEL -1 BLUE, OPPOSITE TRIPOSTAL)

Come discover this strange-looking vehicle parked at Euralille, opposite the Tripostal. This car of a kind never seen before, placed here for FANTASTIC, is propped up by 24 pairs of legs, like a new anthropomorphic locomotive.

With the support of VINCI Park

Skwak

AUTUMN IN SAINT SAUVEUR 2013

Up to 3 NOV 2013

The City of Lille is hosting several cultural structures at the Gare Saint Sauveur as part of an eclectic programme that promises to be rich in surprises and discoveries.
Highlights include the “Shadowless Kick” exhibition by Chinese artists Sun Yuan & Peng Yu, on the occasion of the 25th birthday of the Galerie Perrotin and in echo to the event of the autumn at the Tripostal: "Happy Birthday".
And also the SFR Young Photo Talents presented in Arles this summer. Not forgetting a brand new Hotel Europa redesigned by the Lille-based artist SKWAK, for private use with friends, colleagues or family. In terms of events, there will be a whole series of free weekends for the entire family (concerts, circus, short films, theatre, literature, fashion, etc.), as well as cinema and birthday snacks for younger visitors and, as ever, the St So Bistrot…

It’s an Indian summer at the Saint Sauveur!

Gare Saint Sauveur Automne 2013

Designed and developped by: Kwt Prod'