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A Paris Art Dealer Takes Manhattan

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FOR MOST OF THE 25 or so years that Emmanuel Perrotin was building his Paris art gallery into a global operation, he never really had a proper place to call home. When he started out in 1989, he bunked down in a tiny back room off his gallery on the rue de Turbigo. Sixteen years later, when he moved the gallery to the rue de Turenne, he slept in a kind of “ship’s cabin” of a place over what is now the gallery’s bookstore. If he wasn’t there, you could probably find him crashing in hotels on the international art fair…

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