Xavier Veilhan’s first solo exhibition on Chinese territory presents a series of newly produced works from each of his significant formal research fields: variations on both human and animal statuary, mobile sculptures and Rays installations. It is an introduction to his oeuvre in its present state of development. Also at Perrotin, Japanese artist Izumi Kato's solo exhibition showcases new paintings, drawings, and sculptures as well as fabric installations–the latest development of Kato’s practice. No entry fee.
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