I can’t understand why most people believe in medicine and don’t believe in art, without questioning either. —Damien Hirst Now open Cathedrals… Read More
Destroyed cabins, rubber tanks and a camera obscura.
Rachel Whiteread’s latest exhibition, “Internal Objects’, is an ode to lost bodies and the ghosts of our language. Showing now at Gagosian in London, Whiteread’s sculpture gives a unique incarnation to the uncanny, through its focus on the specific process by which familiar shapes and objects can be made alien to their observer.
Gagosian has handed the reins of its space in London’s Britannia Street to Damien Hirst for a 12 months
A collective decision has been made among 25+ London galleries to open late tonight (Wed 4th Nov).
Separatrix is an exhibition of new paintings and works on paper by Katharina Grosse. This is her first solo exhibition in Rome. Separatrix coincides with Grosse’s major installation It Wasn’t Us, currently on view at Hamburger Bahnhof–Museum für Gegenwart, Berlin
Gagosian is to show Gerhard Richter’s Cage paintings (2006) in Los Angeles and New York. The presentation follows their inclusion, as a cornerstone, in the artist’s retrospective, Gerhard Richter: Painting After All at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York earlier this year
ITALICS – new insider’s guide curated by top Italian gallerists celebrates the country’s extraordinary heritage
Nine influential Italian galleries join forces in this difficult times to promote the beauty and urgency of art, culture, and education. With ITALICS Art and Landscape, the passionate directors, founders and managers of some of the most influential galleries in the peninsula share a first-hand guide to the country’s art, culture and contemporary lifestyle. More than 63 galleries, representing from ancient to emerging art are participating in this beautiful project.
Gagosian is pleased to present Black Vessel, Theaster Gates’s first ever solo exhibition in New York following his inclusion in the Whitney Biennial one decade ago. Gates’s approach to artmaking is as protean as it is spiritual and political.
Meleko Mokgosi’s first solo exhibition in the United Kingdom has opened at Gagosian’s Britannia Street gallery. It’s an ongoing project with paintings created between 2013 and 2019. Titled Democratic Intuition, it takes its name from Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak; a scholar, theorist and feminist critic.
Gagosian’s highly anticipated second season of Artist Spotlight—a series that focuses on an individual artist for one week each month—premieres with a new project by legendary artist Ed Ruscha.
With the recent multimillion-dollar sale of Jenny Saville’s newest painting, the gallery has concluded the first season of its Artist Spotlight series.
Gagosian has announced three new initiatives in conjunction with its support of NXTHVN in New Haven, Connecticut. The gallery will endow the NXTHVN Apprenticeship Program; launch a professional development program for NXTHVN Fellows, featuring roundtable discussions and studio visits with Gagosian staff; and offer sales support to Pleading Freedom, a fundraising exhibition at the NXTHVN Gallery in New Haven.
Gagosian will reopen all three of its London spaces, Grosvenor Hill, Britannia Street and Davies Street to the public with brand new exhibitions on Monday 15 June 2020.
To celebrate the reopening of Gagosian Rome, the gallery will collaborate with La Fondazione to present nonstop programming each day, starting on Wednesday, June 3. The twenty-four-hour programming is both a tribute to Rome and its inhabitants, as well as an open invitation to experience the irrepressible energies of art.
Gagosian have announced a new partnership with independent critic Antwaun Sargent. Sargent will collaborate with the gallery on a number of upcoming editorial and curatorial projects, including a series of four gallery exhibitions, as well as related features for the Gagosian Quarterly magazine