Perrotin presents the first-ever exhibition of work by Brooklyn-based art collective MSCHF. Conceived in 2019, MSCHF is a conceptual collective whose elaborate interventions expose and leverage the absurdity of our cultural, political, and monetary systems
In 2020, MSCHF cut out 88 spots from a Damien Hirst print and sold them for US$480 dollars each. The… Read More
Following on from their legal kicking from Nike MSCHF have decided to take things easy and create a new drop… Read More
Nike has succeeded in banning the newest drop from MSCHF – Satan Shoes.
MSCHF has ripped apart four Hermès Birkin bags in order to create what could be the world’s most expensive sandal…. Read More
137 million Americans are struggling with medical debt – that is more than one-third of Americans. In Medical Bill Art, MSCHF’s latest work, they used the art market in order to pay off and absolve three pieces of medical debt, totalling $73,360.36.
A Damien Hirst spot print has been cut up into 88 dots by Brooklyn-based creative label MSCHF. The artists and designers behind MSCHF purchased a Damien Hirst spot print