Genesis Belanger - Self Titled Perrotin Monograph (Pre-Order)
Genesis Belanger - Self Titled Perrotin Monograph (Pre-Order)
Genesis Belanger - Self Titled Perrotin Monograph (Pre-Order)
Genesis Belanger - Self Titled Perrotin Monograph (Pre-Order)
Genesis Belanger - Self Titled Perrotin Monograph (Pre-Order)
Genesis Belanger - Self Titled Perrotin Monograph (Pre-Order)
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Genesis Belanger - Self Titled Perrotin Monograph (Pre-Order)

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Published by Perrotin, 2022
Hardcover, 280 pages
19.7 x 26.3 cm | 7.75 x 10.4 in 
ISBN 9791091539340

BOOK LAUNCH & RECEPTION : DEC 10TH, 4-6 PM
Perrotin Store New York will host a book launch with Genesis Belanger for her new self titled Perrotin monograph on December 10th at our 130 Orchard Street location. 


This event is open to the public. Please contact storeny@perrotin.com for questions and inquiries. 

About the book
This first comprehensive monograph of Genesis Belanger brings together a wide selection of the artist's discreet objects and staged tableaux, alongside essays by Leigh Arnold, PhD, Curator at the Nasher Sculpture Center (Dallas, Texas) and Eric Troncy, Curator and co-director of the Consortium Museum (Dijon, France). Foreword by Amy Smith-Stewart, chief curator of the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum (Ridgefield, Connecticut). Belanger’s practice at large is centered on the creation of sculptural installations that perform narratives about gender and power. Her psychologically charged mise-en-scènes are composed of idiosyncratic versions of everyday objects, made in a multitude of materials.