Kathia St. Hilaire: Mounting Spirits, Resisting Empire at Perrotin New York

 

 

 

Kathia St. Hilaire, mamita yuan, 2023. Oil-based relief on canvas collage with skin-lightening cream, steel, aluminum, bank notes, price tags, banana stickers, silkscreen, and tires. 71 x 66 inch. Photographer: Guillaume Ziccarelli. Courtesy of the artist and Perrotin.

Perrotin is pleased to present Mounting Spirits, Resisting Empire, the gallery’s first exhibition by Haitian-American artist Kathia St. Hilaire. In her new body of textile works, the artist will explore the history of the Banana Wars in Central America and the Caribbean in the early 1900s. Employing an innovative reduction relief printmaking process, and incorporating nontraditional materials, she creates ornate tapestries that seek to preserve Haitian history and Vodun religion.

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‘JR: Les Enfants d’Ouranos’ on View at Perrotin New York

 

 

 

JR, Les Enfants d’Oursons, Bois #2, 2022; Ink on wood, oak frame. 102.9 x 167.6 x 6.4 cm/40 1/2 x 66 x 2 1/2 inch. Image courtesy perrotin.com

Perrotin is pleased to introduce JR’s newest series, Les Enfants d’Ouranos. Building upon Déplacé-e-s which shares the stories of refugee children from around the world, this project explores the tensions between the visible and invisible. The title of the exhibition translates to The Children of Ouranos—referring to the primordial Greek god of the sky who fathered the Titans, the first gods—and associates JR’s subjects with holiness.

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Izumi Kato, a Solo Exhibition at Galerie Perrotin New York

 

 

 

Exhibition View of Izumi Kato at Perrotin New York, 2021. ©Izumi Kato. Courtesy of the artist and Perrotin

Galerie Perrotin New York opened its doors to a new body of work by Izumi Kato. After a 5 year hiatus, Kato returns to New York with an ambitious exhibition of new mixed-media sculptures, installation, and paintings. Enfolding across two floors of the historic Beckenstein building, the exhibition culminates in a tableaux of connected fabric and soft vinyl sculptures, suspended from the gallery’s three-story stairwell.

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