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Gagosian

Established by Larry Gagosian in Los Angeles in 1980, Gagosian is a global gallery specializing in modern and contemporary art that employs more than three hundred people at seventeen exhibition spaces across the United States, Europe, and Asia. In addition to its galleries, Gagosian is at the forefront of the digital marketplace with innovative online viewing rooms, timed to coincide with major art fairs, that include highly desirable works by today’s leading artists, transparent pricing, historical scholarship, and insightful market analysis.

Gagosian works with a diverse array of marquee living artists, including Georg Baselitz, Joe Bradley, John Currin, Rachel Feinstein, Urs Fischer, Ellen Gallagher, Theaster Gates, Katharina Grosse, Mark Grotjahn, Jennifer Guidi, Andreas Gursky, Michael Heizer, Damien Hirst, Titus Kaphar, Anselm Kiefer, Jeff Koons, Vera Lutter, Sally Mann, Brice Marden, Takashi Murakami, Albert Oehlen, Giuseppe Penone, Richard Prince, Nathaniel Mary Quinn, Nancy Rubins, Ed Ruscha, Jenny Saville, Richard Serra, Taryn Simon, Rudolf Stingel, Sarah Sze, Adriana Varejão, Jeff Wall, Mary Weatherford, Rachel Whiteread, and Jonas Wood, as well as masters of design Frank Gehry and Marc Newson.

From its inception, Gagosian has prepared and presented unparalleled museum-quality exhibitions of works by historical artists such as Arakawa, Diane Arbus, Richard Artschwager, Francis Bacon, Louise Bourgeois, Alexander Calder, Willem de Kooning, Walter De Maria, Lucio Fontana, Helen Frankenthaler, Alberto Giacometti, Howard Hodgkin, Roy Lichtenstein, Man Ray, Piero Manzoni, Agnes Martin, Claude Monet, Henry Moore, Jackson Pollock, Cy Twombly, Andy Warhol, Tom Wesselmann, and Zao Wou-Ki, among others. The gallery’s groundbreaking Picasso exhibitions, curated by scholar John Richardson in New York and London, were attended by hundreds of thousands of visitors. In 2019, Larry Gagosian curated an exhibition featuring Picasso masterpieces as a tribute to Richardson following his death.

Since 1985, when Gagosian became the first gallery to establish a publishing house that produces a vast range of catalogues raisonnés, monographs, artist’s books, scholarly exhibition catalogues, and limited editions, the gallery has published more than five hundred titles, rivaling the output of traditional arts trade publishers. The print and online editions of the Gagosian Quarterly provide unique access to artists in their studios and homes through insightful interviews and profiles of and by leading art world professionals. The Gagosian Shop in New York curates a coveted selection of rare books, art editions, unique collaborations, posters, jewelry, apparel, and Leica cameras.

Gagosian has long developed cultural programming and events with artists, including performances, exhibition tours, public talks, film screenings, and studio visits. The gallery has long been committed to working with and advising artists on all aspects of their legacy planning. In 2018 the gallery launched its Building a Legacy program, bringing together artists and their studio staff with experts in the field of artists’ estates, nonprofit foundations, and legacy stewardship through a series of symposia.

With exhibition spaces designed by world-renowned architects such as Caruso St John, Richard Gluckman, Richard Meier, Jean Nouvel, Selldorf Architects, and wHY Architecture, Gagosian is able to show a wide range of compelling projects—including work as varied as Jenny Saville’s painterly depictions of the human form, Richard Serra’s iconic monumental sculptures and drawings, and a re-creation of Roy Lichtenstein’s site-specific and temporary wall painting Greene Street Mural.

Exhibitions

Past
Louise Bonnet
The Hours
Park & 75, New York
Sep 29–Nov 7, 2020
Past
Theaster Gates
Black Vessel
555 West 24th Street, New York
Oct 10–Dec 19, 2020
Past
Titus Kaphar
From a Tropical Space
West 21st Street, New York
Oct 1–Dec 19, 2020
Past
Gregory Crewdson
An Eclipse of Moths
Beverly Hills
Sep 24–Nov 21, 2020
Past
Transcending Definition
Jay DeFeo in the 1970s
San Francisco
Sep 10–Oct 31, 2020
Past
Mary Weatherford
Train Yards 
Grosvenor Hill, London
Sep 22–Dec 19, 2020
Past
Meleko Mokgosi
Democratic Intuition
Britannia Street, London
Sep 29–Dec 12, 2020
Past
Nathaniel Mary Quinn
Davies Street, London
Oct 1–Nov 21, 2020
Past
Bustes de Femmes
Paris 10th Anniversary Exhibition
Paris
Oct 10–Dec 19, 2020
Past
Rudolf Polanszky
Hypotetic
Basel
Sep 15–Nov 28, 2020
Past
Brice Marden
Marbles and Drawings
Athens
Sep 24–Dec 19, 2020
Past
Desert Painters of Australia
Two Generations
Hong Kong
Sep 24–Nov 7, 2020
Past
Katharina Grosse
Separatrix
Rome
Oct 31–Dec 12, 2020
Past
Jenny Saville
Elpis
980 Madison Avenue, New York
Nov 12–Dec 22, 2020
On view
Ed Ruscha
Paintings
541 West 24th Street, New York
Nov 14, 2020
Past
Ewa Juszkiewicz
In vain her feet in sparkling laces glow
Park & 75, New York
Nov 17–Jan 4, 2021
Past
Gerhard Richter
Cage Paintings
Beverly Hills
Dec 3–Jan 30, 2021
Past
Stanley Whitney
Rome
Sep 10–Oct 17, 2020
Past
Casa Malaparte
Furniture
Davies Street, London
Jun 15–Sep 19, 2020

Artists

  • Arakawa
  • Richard Artschwager
  • Francis Bacon
  • Balthus
  • Georg Baselitz
  • Joe Bradley
  • Glenn Brown
  • Chris Burden
  • Dan Colen
  • Michael Craig-Martin
  • Gregory Crewdson
  • John Currin
  • Willem de Kooning
  • Walter De Maria
  • Edmund de Waal
  • Roe Ethridge
  • Rachel Feinstein
  • Urs Fischer
  • William Forsythe
  • Helen Frankenthaler
  • Ellen Gallagher
  • Theaster Gates
  • Frank Gehry
  • Alberto Giacometti
  • Piero Golia
  • Douglas Gordon
  • Katharina Grosse
  • Mark Grotjahn
  • Jennifer Guidi
  • Andreas Gursky
  • Duane Hanson
  • Simon Hantaï
  • Hao Liang
  • Michael Heizer
  • Damien Hirst
  • Howard Hodgkin
  • Carsten Höller
  • Thomas Houseago
  • Tetsuya Ishida
  • Alex Israel
  • Neil Jenney
  • Jia Aili
  • Y.Z. Kami
  • Titus Kaphar
  • Anselm Kiefer
  • Jeff Koons
  • Harmony Korine
  • Roy Lichtenstein
  • Vera Lutter
  • Sally Mann
  • Man Ray
  • Brice Marden
  • Adam McEwen
  • Henry Moore
  • Takashi Murakami
  • Marc Newson
  • Paul Noble
  • Albert Oehlen
  • Nam June Paik
  • Steven Parrino
  • Giuseppe Penone
  • Pablo Picasso
  • Rudolf Polanszky
  • Richard Prince
  • Nathaniel Mary Quinn
  • David Reed
  • Nancy Rubins
  • Sterling Ruby
  • Ed Ruscha
  • Jenny Saville
  • Richard Serra
  • Taryn Simon
  • Rudolf Stingel
  • Sarah Sze
  • Mark Tansey
  • Robert Therrien
  • Tatiana Trouvé
  • Cy Twombly
  • Adriana Varejão
  • Jeff Wall
  • Andy Warhol
  • Mary Weatherford
  • Tom Wesselmann
  • Franz West
  • Rachel Whiteread
  • Jonas Wood
  • Christopher Wool
  • Richard Wright
  • Zeng Fanzhi