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XAVIER VEILHAN: Music at Galerie Perrotin
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Galerie Perrotin is pleased to present “Music”, a double exhibition of new works by Xavier Veilhan, held simultaneously in the gallery’s New York and Paris locations. It is the artist’s seventh solo exhibition with the gallery.

"The Man on the Phone" 2010 photo perrotin.com

“The Man on the Phone” 2010
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Since the 1990’s, Xavier Veilhan has developed a multi-form approach to sculpture, painting, performance, video and photography. Gaining international recognition with his 2009 exhibition at the Château de Versailles in France, recent projects in the US include a site-specific exhibition at the Sheats-Goldstein Residence in Los Angeles in 2013, “Jean-Marc” (2012) installed in Manhattan’s Midtown and “Le Corbusier” (2013), a large-scale bust of the architect now permanently installed in Miami’s Design district. Known primarily for his figurative sculptures, Xavier Veilhan has developed his own formal vocabulary, often reinterpreting classical sculptural and architectural elements with the aid of high technology.

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In the New York gallery, the artist pays direct homage to the music producers who are responsible for creating the soundtrack of our time. “Producers” is a series of sculptures modelled from 3D scans and rendered in a variety of materials, from wood to metal.

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