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Sprüth Magers now represent the Estate of John Baldessari globally.

John Baldessari. Photo: Daisy Arts, 1984

Sprüth Magers has announced the global representation of the Estate of John Baldessari (1931–2020), extending their decades-long relationship with the celebrated conceptual artist.

“Monika and I had the unique pleasure of working with John since the late 1980s, and his work has remained a cornerstone of Sprüth Magers’ presentations of cutting-edge international artists for over thirty years, cementing his crucial importance both to our work and to global audiences. As we established our Berlin, London and Los Angeles galleries, we regularly presented his ever-evolving and inventive projects.”

Philomene Magers

Over the past several decades Baldessari has had numerous exhibitions at the gallery including group shows in 1988, 1991 and 1993 and solo exhibitions in 1995, 1997 and 1999. Over a dozen solo and group exhibitions across the gallery’s international locations have followed.

The Estate will also continue to work with John Baldessari’s long-term galleries Mai 36 in Zurich and Galerie Greta Meert in Brussels.

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