With most of the world quarantined due to the coronavirus pandemic, international galleries are launching various initiatives to help art enthusiasts pass the time at home. Perrotin is doing its part by kickstarting its new #Unlocked series encompassing virtual exhibition walkthroughs, artist interviews, and more.
Highlights from the digital effort include the making of Daniel Arsham‘s “Paris, 3020” exhibition, an in-depth video interview with South African painter Cinga Samson at his Capetown studio, as well as a digital tour of Indian artist Bharti Kher’s “The Unexpected Freedom of Chaos” presentation featuring two decades worth of sculptures, paintings, and ready-made objects.
“More than ever, let’s remember to stay in touch and continue to be inspired. Although we might be physically apart, we are still creatively connected,” expressed Perrotin in a statement.
Get a behind-the-scenes look at Daniel Arsham’s “Paris, 3020” exhibition in the video above and head to Perrotin’s website for further details on #Unlocked.