Pharrell Williams set to curate new art exhibition in Paris

Pharrell Williams set to curate new art exhibition in Paris

The 'Happy' singer collides with the art world once again

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Pharrell Williams will soon be directing a new exhibition titled 'Girl', at the esteemed Parisian gallery, Galerie Perrotin

After successfully curating This Is Not a Toy at the Design Exchange in Canada last year, it's apparent that Pharrell has talents outside of the world of music. The singer, songwriter and producer has also designed furniture and collaborated with renowned artists like Takashi Murakami.

Now, Pharrell is curating another exhibition at Galerie Perrotin in Paris from May 27 to June 25, at the gallery's new space in the Hotel d'Ecquevilly in Le Marais.

The founder and owner of the gallery, Emmanuel Perrotin, told a source that the name of the exhibition is 'Girl', sharing the same name with the singer's newly released album.

According to Perrotin, the showcase will be dedicated to strong, independent women and will include works from over 32 artists (16 of which will be women) including Marina Abramović, Valérie Belin, Sophie Calle, Tracey Emin, Guerrilla Girls, and Cindy Sherman.