Gagosian Gallery announced today that it now represents Katharina Grosse.
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Sotheby’s announced on Thursday that Candy Coleman, who has run the Beverly Hills branch of Gagosian Gallery since the year it opened,1995, will move to the auction house this summer as a… More ›
We’re not alone in appreciating the prose stylings of Richard Prince in his recent press release for a post-lawsuit exhibition of the “Canal Zone” paintings (opening May 8 at Gagosian uptown)…. More ›
It was the exhibition that everyone seemed so eager to hate: Mega-dealer Larry Gagosian’s Lower East Side “pop-up” space, open through May 23, showcasing sculptures by Urs Fischer inside a… More ›
“Avedon’s women are radiant and intense in a way that has never been equaled and never will be,” according to Joan Juliet Buck, who came to know the late photographer during her tenure as… More ›
The exhibitor list for this year’s Art Basel in Hong Kong, which will take place May 15 through 18 at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (just two short days after Frieze New York is… More ›
When it made its public debut in October 2012 (after two years of testing), Artsy was one of the most anticipated new members of the online art community. Today, the start-up led by chief executive… More ›
In keeping with the boozy New Year’s resolution we committed to last week, we present the second entry in our new Art World Drinks series. While last time bartender Micaela Piccolo, of Tribeca bar… More ›
Extraterrestrial artistic duo Eva & Adele popped in at Gagosian’s booth at FIAC.
Last week, much of the “art world” was in and around Art Basel, one of the foremost international art fairs. So, without further ado, here’s a musician: Kanye West during his… More ›
It had been a little while since Larry Gagosian had expanded his gallery empire — an excruciating seven months, by our count — but yesterday in her Inside Art column the New York Times’s… More ›
Few museum exhibitions are ever visited by 4,000 people in one day, let alone a gallery show, and yet that has been a recurring attendance figure on Saturdays at Gagosian‘s 24th Street megaplex… More ›
ARTINFO U.K. cherry-picks this week’s must-see art shows in London.
The Armory Show has released the lineup for its 2013 “Focus” section, and it includes a big fish: Gagosian Gallery. The international megabusiness will participate in the Armory Show for… More ›
Join us every Saturday as we look back at the blue chip posts that left our stable in the past week, in retrospect.
Here’s a bombshell for you: Damien Hirst is parting ways with his longtime gallery, Gagosian, reports Georgina Adam of the Financial Times. He will continue his relationship with White Cube in… More ›
In last month’s issue of Interview magazine, megadealer Larry Gagosian gives a rare interview to collector Peter M. Brant, who also happens to be the magazine’s publisher. It’s full… More ›
A sunny luncheon amid an historic palm garden planted with outdoor sculpture helped ease a handpicked group of international clients of Sotheby’s and Gagosian into the swing of things on Tuesday… More ›
Larry Gagosian dropped his lawsuit against collector Ron Perelman this week “without prejudice and without costs to either party.” The two men had been suing each other over various issues… More ›
In a gossip item yesterday that was very short on both gossip and basic information, the New York Post reported that global gallery mogul Larry Gagosian is planning to open a restaurant in the ground… More ›
It’s hard to keep the lawsuits involving Gagosian Gallery straight these days. In the most recent development, New York Supreme Court judge Charles Ramos has denied Gagosian’s motion to dismiss… More ›
It’s starting to look like the second edition of ArtRio will live up to all the hype that preceded the four-day art fair. Brazil’s O Globo reports that 30,000 more people visited the fair… More ›
Though only in its second year, ArtRio is already taking South America by storm. Brazilian media, including ARTINFO Brazil, are reporting that galleries at the fair — which opened just yesterday… More ›
Last month four sculptures by the late John Chamberlain were installed outside Park Avenue’s Seagram’s Building, the modernist Midtown landmark owned by collector Aby Rosen, courtesy of… More ›
Because summer gallery hours make it all but impossible for people with normal jobs to see warm month exhibitions, it seems like that a large percentage of the people who might be interested in seeing… More ›