Posts Tagged ‘Gagosian Gallery’

by Kelly Boyd Museum of Contemporary Art Arshile Gorky: A Retrospective The Museum of Contemporary Art has just opened a new show featuring the work of Arshile Gorky.  This is a major retrospective of the man described by the LA Times as an “essential pivot in Modern abstract art.”  The exhibition, the first to display […]


German artist Andreas Gursky’s installation of fifteen c-prints is a fitting inaugural show for Gagosian Gallery’s newly expanded 3,030 square foot Beverly Hills space, designed by Richard Meier & Partners.  This is the first big show for Gursky in Los Angeles and includes six works from his new “Ocean” series as well as nine retrospective works […]


Jeff Koons:  New Paintings at Gagosian Gallery in Beverly Hills features ten oil on canvas paintings that breath new life into Koons’ tradition of questioning taste, banality, sexuality, and consumerism.  The multilayered paintings are either 9 x 12 feet or 9 x 7 feet and the dominant colors are graffiti tinged silver, verdant green, and […]


Previously published on Decorati.com By Emily Waldorf Contemporary art conservator Christian Scheidemann’s work is undeniably similar to that of a cosmetic surgeon, though he would rather be compared to a “urologist” according to Rebecca Mead, who wrote a fascinating article about him, “The Art Doctor,” in the May 11, 2009 issue of The New Yorker. […]


We live in an age of texting and twittering and over saturation with logos, slogans, and billboards.  So it is only natural that both emerging and established artists are grappling with layered meaning in language and texts.  Gagosian Gallery’s Lauren McCaffrey and Allyson Spellacy are co-curating a groundbreaking group exhibition of over 25 artists’ language-inspired, […]


Pulling Art Sales Out of Thinning Air:  Gagosian Gallery (NY Times) Art of the Computer Generation at the New Museum (NY Times) Beyond the Armory:  Volta, Pulse, and Scope Slideshow (NY Times) L.A.’s Artistic Iconoclasts:  “Nine Lives” at the Hammer (LA Times) Strong Suit:  Armor in the Art Market (WSJ) Optimism Ahead of Maastricht Fair […]


By Emily Waldorf September is a hot month for contemporary art in Moscow. Gagosian Gallery is mounting it’s second major one-off exhibition in the Russian capital, “for what you are about to receive,” in a former chocolate factory, adjacent to the Kremlin, on September 18th.   Artists include Alberto Giacometti, Willem de Kooning, Roy Lichtenstein, […]