Posts Tagged ‘Gagosian’

Christie’s Wins Bid to Auction $150 Million Brody Collection (NY Times) Caravaggio:  An Italian Antihero’s Time to Shine (NY Times) Ken Price, Suddenly Dominating New York Galleries (NY Times) Andreas Gursky Makes a Long-Distance Connection (LA Times) Ruben Ochoa:  In a Construction Zone (LA Times) $2.7 Billion Dutch Fair Lures Collectors as Confidence Rises (Bloomberg) […]

Artists, Architects, and Designers Contemplate the Void at the Guggenheim (NY Times) Big Show of Picasso’s Mediterranean Years Planned for Gagosian in London (NY Times) Signs of Rebound at last month’s Winter Antiques Show (NY Times) LACMA Announces Three Inaugural Shows for New Resnick Pavilion (LA Times) This Year’s ARCOmadrid Puts Spotlight on L.A. Artists […]

Open the Storeroom:  Let’s Put on a Show at MOCA (NY Times) Subway Riders Are Greeted With a Blast of Sol LeWitt Color (NY Times) Fortune in Warhol Pop Art Stolen in Los Angeles (LA Times) Leibovitz Buys Back Control of Photos, Real Estate (Bloomberg) Gagosian in Talks to Open Paris Gallery, Dealers Say (Bloomberg) […]

Picasso:  Mosqueteros, a collection of the famous artist’s late paintings and prints at Gagosian’s Chelsea gallery, has been billed by The New York Times art critic Roberta Smith as “one of the best shows to be seen in New York since the turn of the century.” Glowing review by Roberta Smith Interview with John Richardson, […]

Architecture Review:  Reinventing America’s Cities:  The Time is Now (NY Times) Picasso Biographer John Richardson Discusses Picasso Show at Gagosian (NY Times) Roberta Smith Reviews James Castle Shows in New York (NY Times) Cuba’s Alternative Art Scene (WSJ) The Strange Tale of a Chinese Emperor’s French Prints (IHT) Getty Museum Ads Try Hip Humor to […]

By Katie Enna Damien Hirst’s latest antic has been all the talk of the auction world this past week. His exhibition “Beautiful Inside My Head Forever” and subsequent sale on Monday and Tuesday at Sotheby’s in London made auction history. Historically auction houses have been secondary dealers, respecting the contemporary galleries who sell an artist’s […]