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Galerie Perrotin Presents New Exhibition “Music” by Xavier Veilhan

Monday, March 2, 2015
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Galerie Perrotin presented its new exhibition “Music” by Xavier Veilhan in an opening reception on Thursday February 26. The exhibition showcases all new works by the artist and is being held simultaneously in the gallery’s New York and Paris locations. In the New York gallery, Veilhan pays homage to the music producers who are responsible for creating the soundtrack of our time with a series of sculptures and renderings titled “Producers.” The exhibition also features a monumental mobile titled “Mobile (Music)”, composed of thirty floating spheres, as well as smaller mobiles, which evokes the music created by the producers.


Guests invited to the opening walked around, chatted and viewed the art, before heading over to Paul’s Baby Grand for a cocktail party hosted by Emmanuel Perrotin in honor of the exhibition.


Guests included Xavier Veilhan, Emmanuel Perrotin, JR, Daniel Arsham, Bernard Frize, Emmanuelle Orenga de Gaffory, Peggy Leboeuf, Terry Richardson, Tony Visconti Alix Vielhan, Antoine Vielhan, Charlotte Sarkozy, Pamela Berkovic, Loic Villepontoux, KAWS, Chad Hugo, Anne-Sophie Mignaux, Chris Mosier, Sebastian Tellier, Amandine de la Richardiere, Hubert Neumann, Riggs Morales, Marc Teissier du Cros, Guillaume Ziccarelli, Stefania Pia, Claire Distenfeld, Elise Gallant, Sean Risley, Zoe Guttman, Pascale Guiguin, Isabelle Kolegnako and Natacha Polaert.


“Music” runs from February 26 to April 11. For more information go to:


https://www.perrotin.com/


909 Madison Avenue


New York, NY 10021


212.812.2902





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