The Neo-Geo Artist Ashley Bickerton (May 26, 1959 – November 30, 2022) has died in Bali after a protracted illness.
31 March 2021
Gagosian will reopen its Grosvenor Hill on 12 April, subject to government guidelines, with an exhibition of new work by Rachel Whiteread.
Glenn Brown, one of the most acclaimed artists of his generation, will be Gagosian’s featured solo exhibition at the Frieze Art Fair opening on Wednesday 14 October 2015. The exhibition will feature an entirely new aspect of Brown’s work – a selection of drawings on paper, polypropylene, and panels – together with exhibiting new sculptural […]
Gagosian Gallery Davies Street is currently showing Richard Prince: New Portraits, a collection of appropriated images pulled from unsuspecting Instagramers accounts, including provocative ‘selfies’ and pseudo-glamour shots that decorate the walls of the gallery. The artist has continued his long-standing practice of appropriating images without permission to create his art, in this instance selling the […]
The famed American artist Richard Prince is in the news again for his particular practice of appropriation, and as usual questions of copyright infringement have dominated the dialogue surrounding the works on sites such as Business Insider. Prince pulls the photographs from the Instagram pages of his subjects, which is in fact the digital version […]
18 June 2015
Provocative ‘selfies’ and pseudo-glamour shots decorate the walls of Gagosian Davies Street – taken directly from other peoples Instagram accounts by the master of Appropriation Art himself – Richard Prince. The artist has again been raiding Instagram for images of the largely unknown, with a series of ‘New Portraits,’ which has also included celebrities, models, […]
Gagosian presents “Sprayed”, an extensive exhibition spanning four generations exploring the myriad ways in which artists have employed the impulsive yet de-personalised and non-gestural forces of spray. It begins with Paul Klee’s work on paper Seltsames Theater (1929), where he improvised with a blowpipe to achieve hazy background effects in a circus scene. This tentative […]
Richard Prince has again been raiding the Instagram accounts of the largely female rich and famous with a series of “New Portraits,” from celebrities, models, and other individuals of visual note with a current show of works by the artist at one of Gagosian Gallery’s Madison Avenue spaces – and Prince’s presence in the gallery’s […]
The Robert Rauschenberg Foundation is to leave Gagosian Gallery, which has represented Rauschenberg since a shortly after the artist’s death in 2008. The New York Times reports that the foundation has dropped the gallery in favour of three alternatives, will now be overseen by these galleries, which are diverse and peppered across the globe: Pace […]
16 October 2014
The Gagosian Gallery Brittania Street London, presents an exhibition of Richard Serra’s latest works; filling the gallery with all of the artist’s usual magisterial weight. This is in fact Richard Serra’s first show of sculpture in London since 2008; an ensemble of four works, each very different to the last – with a room devoted […]
The artist is creating the work for Zwirner even though Serra has long been represented by the gallery’s chief competitor the Gagosian Gallery. The sizeable work will be the renowned sculptor’s third recent solo show with Zwirner. Serra can also be seen at Gagosian’s Britannia Street gallery in London featuring the monumental and interactive heavy-weight […]
American artist Richard Prince’s exhibition of Instagram photos on display at Gagosian‘s Madison Avenue space have caused a celebrity Twitter spat. The particular works created by Prince are causing an internet stir. The master of appropriation who is already known for using Instagram as a site for finding and ‘Re-locating’ his celebrity appropriations, was recently […]
The first-ever solo exhibition, in London of work by the artist Jenny Saville has opened at the Gagosian Gallery. Captivated by the endless aesthetic and formal possibilities of the materiality of the human body, Saville makes a highly sensuous and tactile impression of surface and mass in her monumental oil paintings. Subjects are imbued with […]
The Gagosian Gallery has announced that new work by the artist and writer Edmund de Waal will be exhibited in New York this September. This will be his first with the gallery. “I’ve been thinking about new ways to make pauses, spaces and silences, where breath is held inside and between each vessel, between the […]
16 May 2013
Jeff Koons is a showman, a businessman and a master manipulator first and foremost- and then comes the art. Art has become the vehicle by which he can be all these things and make a GREAT deal of money too. If you heard him on ART 21, and I paraphrase here, he says; “It’s not […]
In the latter half of December, the largest gallery in the world suddenly found its future dominance in doubt.
The Gagosian Gallery in thier quest as the dominant force for representing the dead and the living have announced the representation of the Estate of Helen Frankenthaler (1928-2011). A forthcoming, spring 2013, memorial exhibition of her paintings from the 1950s at the West 21st Street gallery in New York has now been scheduled. Frankenthaler has long […]
A major sculpture exhibition of the late Franz West has been announced by his dealers the Gagosian Gallery. West was actively engaged with the preparation of this exhibition up until his untimely death earlier this summer. Belonging to the generation of artists exposed to Actionist and Performance Art of the 1960s and 70s, West instinctively […]