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Carol Bove will be honored, along with fellow artist Kelly Akashi and the late philanthropist Mandy Einstein, for their ...
11/01/2024

Carol Bove will be honored, along with fellow artist Kelly Akashi and the late philanthropist Mandy Einstein, for their extraordinary talents and contributions to the arts at the Twelfth Distinguished Women in the Arts Luncheon today, January 11, at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel in Beverly Hills, California.

Established in 1994 by the Projects Council of the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, the event recognizes the many gifted women providing leadership and innovation in the visual arts, dance, music, and literature.

Bove's sculpture "Hardware Romance" is on view at Gagosian, Park & 75, New York, through January 27. To learn more about the exhibition, visit our website: https://on.gagosian.com/45NyKcQ
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Photo: Jeff Henrikson

"The Echo of Picasso," a group exhibition focused on Pablo Picasso's influence on twentieth-century art, is on view at t...
11/01/2024

"The Echo of Picasso," a group exhibition focused on Pablo Picasso's influence on twentieth-century art, is on view at the Museo Picasso Málaga in Spain.

Organized as part of Picasso Celebration 1973–2023, a series of international exhibitions and events commemorating the fiftieth anniversary of Pablo Picasso’s death, the exhibition places his practice in dialogue with work by more than fifty artists, including Francis Bacon, Georg Baselitz, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Willem de Kooning, Thomas Houseago, Ewa Juszkiewicz, Richard Prince, Nathaniel Mary Quinn, Cy Twombly, Tom Wesselmann, and Franz West. Visit our website to learn more:
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Installation view, "El eco de Picasso," Museo Picasso Málaga, Spain, October 2, 2023–March 23, 2024. Artwork from left to right: © Genesis Tramaine, courtesy of the artists and Almine Rech © Ewa Juszkiewicz. Photo: Pablo Asenjo, courtesy Museo Picasso Málaga

Join us from 6 to 8pm tomorrow, January 11, for the opening of an exhibition of prints by Bennett Miller produced using ...
10/01/2024

Join us from 6 to 8pm tomorrow, January 11, for the opening of an exhibition of prints by Bennett Miller produced using a DALL•E image generator at Gagosian, Beverly Hills.

With their sepia tones and grainy textures, the prints intimate a liminal state of a world in flux. Their subjects, whether figures gazing outward or landscapes bearing silent witness to time’s passage, are quietly surreal, their distinct ambiguity and ethereal qualities resisting reasoned interpretation. Visit our website to learn more: https://on.gagosian.com/3TNuKqD
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Bennett Miller, "Untitled," 2023

"Abstract Explorations: 100 Years on Paper," an exhibition of modern and contemporary works on paper, is now on view at ...
10/01/2024

"Abstract Explorations: 100 Years on Paper," an exhibition of modern and contemporary works on paper, is now on view at Gagosian, Gstaad. With artworks in various mediums and scales, the exhibition highlights visual and conceptual correspondences within a range of painting and drawing practices specific to working on paper.

The development of abstraction in the first decades of the twentieth century was one of modernism’s most radical breaks with convention, birthing entirely new modes of art making. Mid-century works in the exhibition trace the advancement of new visions in keeping with the innovations of their era. Works by contemporary artists disclose new possibilities for abstraction, extending a century-long conversation. Visit our website to learn more about the exhibition: https://on.gagosian.com/46NRCJl
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Installation view, "Abstract Explorations: 100 Years on Paper," Gagosian, Gstaad, December 20, 2023–January 25, 2024. Artwork, left to right: @ Albert Oehlen © Katharina Grosse und VG Bild-Kunst Bonn, 2024. Photo: Annik Wetter

"Sea and Space," an exhibition of new paintings and works on paper by Mary Weatherford, opens on January 18 at Gagosian,...
09/01/2024

"Sea and Space," an exhibition of new paintings and works on paper by Mary Weatherford, opens on January 18 at Gagosian, 980 Madison Avenue, New York.

Weatherford’s work is rooted in her experience and observation of urban and rural environments, which she employs as prompts to investigate the properties of light, color, and gesture. Often drawing inspiration from the kinds of commonplace and organic materials identified with Arte Povera, she has also studied American abstract painters of the 1950s and 1960s such as Helen Frankenthaler and Kenneth Noland. Visit our website for more information: https://on.gagosian.com/3Tlcp3U
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Mary Weatherford, "Small Terracotta Event," 2023 © Mary Weatherford. Photo: Fredrik Nilsen Studio

An exhibition of Stanley Whitney's painting "Dear Paris" opens tomorrow, January 10, at Gagosian, rue de Castiglione, Pa...
09/01/2024

An exhibition of Stanley Whitney's painting "Dear Paris" opens tomorrow, January 10, at Gagosian, rue de Castiglione, Paris.

Inspired by the artist’s extended stay in the French capital, "Dear Paris" is the latest of Whitney’s lyrical abstractions. Whitney forms each shape with energetic brushwork, choosing its vivid hues and shaping its boundaries in relation to its predecessors. The painting’s subtly shifting freehand geometry is further demarcated by linear bands between its rows that both divide and unify the composition. Visit our website to learn more: https://on.gagosian.com/472C4Sh
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Stanley Whitney, "Untitled," 2019 (detail) © Stanley Whitney. Photo: Rob McKeever

Alexandria Smith’s debut solo exhibition in Asia, “Stirrings of a Polymorphous Bloom,” closes this Saturday, January 13,...
09/01/2024

Alexandria Smith’s debut solo exhibition in Asia, “Stirrings of a Polymorphous Bloom,” closes this Saturday, January 13, at Gagosian, Hong Kong.

The works on view envision cosmic environments inhabited by figures in flux. Smith’s practice is grounded in her exploratory drawings, represented in Hong Kong by works on paper housed in custom frames. From these, she develops boldly colored assemblage paintings that incorporate shapes made from painted wood and 3D-printed elements that rise from their surfaces and extend beyond their frames. Visit our website to learn more: https://on.gagosian.com/3MrpEvO
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Installation view, “Alexandria Smith: Stirrings of a Polymorphous Bloom,” Gagosian, Hong Kong, November 16, 2023–January 13, 2024. Artwork © Alexandria Smith. Photo: Martin Wong

Phaidon has published “Thom Browne,” a comprehensive monograph dedicated to the designer on the twentieth anniversary of...
08/01/2024

Phaidon has published “Thom Browne,” a comprehensive monograph dedicated to the designer on the twentieth anniversary of his company’s founding. On the occasion, Browne meets with Derek Blasberg to discuss the anniversary and the book in a piece for “Gagosian Quarterly.”

Esteemed since the business’s early days, when he worked only in menswear and boasted a signature approach to tailoring, Browne has grown the scope of his vision over two decades to include womenswear, accessories, and remarkable runway presentations. Visit "Gagosian Quarterly" to read more: https://on.gagosian.com/3tNdoQ8
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Backstage at Thom Browne Couture 2023, Paris. Photo: Corey Tenold

Gagosian is pleased to announce an exhibition of prints by Bennett Miller produced using a DALL•E image generator, on vi...
08/01/2024

Gagosian is pleased to announce an exhibition of prints by Bennett Miller produced using a DALL•E image generator, on view at the gallery in Beverly Hills from January 11 to February 10. Join us from 6 to 8pm on Thursday, January 11, for the opening reception.

With these works, Miller continues to link the emergence of artificial intelligence with the history of the photographic image, posing questions around the contingent and enigmatic nature of perception. The results are imbued with a melancholic aura that manifests from the experience of loss and the inexorable passage of time. Visit our website to learn more: https://on.gagosian.com/3TNuKqD
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Bennett Miller, "Untitled," 2023

Multidisciplinary artist Okwui Okpokwasili’s new work "adaku, part 1: the road opens" is a continuation of her efforts t...
06/01/2024

Multidisciplinary artist Okwui Okpokwasili’s new work "adaku, part 1: the road opens" is a continuation of her efforts to bring West African forms of dance, poetry, song, and theater into a contemporary framework. In a piece for "Gagosian Quarterly," Rennie McDougall traces the artistic lineages of Okpokwasili’s work on the occasion of its New York debut in the fall. Visit "Gagosian Quarterly" to read more: https://on.gagosian.com/3TmMgl7
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Okwui Okpokwasili, "adaku, part 1: the road opens," 2023, performance, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, 2023. Pictured: Samita Sinha, mayfield brooks, Okwui Okpokwasili, McKenzie Frye, and Stacy Lynn Smith

05/01/2024

The first solo presentation of Jordan Wolfson's work in Australia, titled "Body Sculpture," is now on view at the National Gallery of Australia.

"Body Sculpture" is a new animatronic work that combines sculpture and performance to generate emotional and physical responses in the viewer. It will be shown alongside key works selected by the artist from the National Gallery’s collection, offering audiences further insights into Wolfson’s innovative vision. Visit our website to learn more: https://on.gagosian.com/3RdI6JE
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Jordan Wolfson, "Body Sculpture," 2017–23 © Jordan Wolfson

Gagosian's exhibition of Stanley Whitney’s painting "Dear Paris" opens at the gallery at rue de Castiglione in Paris on ...
05/01/2024

Gagosian's exhibition of Stanley Whitney’s painting "Dear Paris" opens at the gallery at rue de Castiglione in Paris on Wednesday, January 10. Inspired by the artist’s extended stay in the French capital, "Dear Paris" is the latest of Whitney’s lyrical abstractions.

Pursuing abstraction since the 1970s, Whitney established his mature style in the 1990s while living and working in Rome. The compositional framework he employs allows him the freedom to improvise, facilitating the emergence of surprising chromatic harmonies and dynamic visual rhythms. The artist’s wide-ranging influences include the polyphonic call and response of jazz, the transformative effect of light cast on historic buildings, the traditions of American quiltmaking, and artists from Henri Matisse and Piet Mondrian to Giorgio Morandi. Visit our website to learn more: https://on.gagosian.com/472C4Sh
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Stanley Whitney, "Untitled," 2019 (detail) © Stanley Whitney. Photo: Rob McKeever

"Full Moon," an exhibition featuring Nan Goldin’s video "Sirens" and large-scale photographs, is on view at Gagosian, Ba...
04/01/2024

"Full Moon," an exhibition featuring Nan Goldin’s video "Sirens" and large-scale photographs, is on view at Gagosian, Basel, through January 27.

The nine color photographs on view in Basel alongside "Sirens" were taken between 1979 and 2021. In the first room are photographs that pay homage to the sensuality of the female body. These intimate depictions allow the viewer to observe the works’ subjects without the women gazing back, questioning whether we can experience any subject without an element of confrontation. In the back room, Goldin has selected a group of works concerned with mortality and the spiritual. Visit our website for more information: https://on.gagosian.com/3upN3qZ
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Installation view, "Nan Goldin: Full Moon," Gagosian, Basel, November 23, 2023–January 27, 2024. Artwork © Nan Goldin. Photo: Annik Wetter

A two-person exhibition of new paintings by Hilary Pecis and Lily Stockman, titled "Nostos," is on view at Gagosian, Ath...
03/01/2024

A two-person exhibition of new paintings by Hilary Pecis and Lily Stockman, titled "Nostos," is on view at Gagosian, Athens, through January 27.

Loosely inspired by Emily Wilson’s 2018 translation of the "Odyssey" in iambic pentameter, the exhibition is in part a meditation on the idea of returning home. Just as Wilson’s lyrical translation remains embossed with Homer’s sensibility, the hands of Pecis and Stockman are evident in their works, while "Nostos" makes use of both the rich historical and literary context of Athens and the intimate neoclassical space of the gallery. Visit our website to learn more: https://on.gagosian.com/405h0c0
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Installation view, "Nostos," Gagosian, Athens, November 9, 2023–January 27, 2024. Artwork © Lily Stockman © Hilary Pecis. Photo: Stathis Mamalakis

Cy Gavin's debut solo exhibition in Italy, titled "New Paintings," is currently on view at Gagosian, Rome. Made in Rome ...
02/01/2024

Cy Gavin's debut solo exhibition in Italy, titled "New Paintings," is currently on view at Gagosian, Rome. Made in Rome and New York from April through October of 2023, these paintings visualize forces of growth, decay, and resilience.

"Untitled (Roadside with chicory and wild carrot)" juxtaposes a profusion of vigorous roadside weeds in white, yellow, orange, and green with the monotone of the blacktop road in its lower register. "Untitled (Pollarded white mulberry tree)," another painting that contrasts the built environment with the vitality of the natural world, represents a street tree in blues and pinks, its branches cut back to shape its growth and its roots constrained by a rectangular cutout in the sidewalk. Visit our website to learn more: https://on.gagosian.com/3QSm8x5
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Installation view, "Cy Gavin: New Paintings," Gagosian, Rome, November 30, 2023–January 23, 2024. Artwork © Cy Gavin. Photo: Matteo D'Eletto, M3 Studio

To end our roundup of the most popular "Gagosian Quarterly" interviews of 2023, we're highlighting a discussion between ...
30/12/2023

To end our roundup of the most popular "Gagosian Quarterly" interviews of 2023, we're highlighting a discussion between Louise Bonnet and Freja Harrell in the wake of the US Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe v. Wade in 2022. They discuss Bonnet's "Red Study" painting, her donation to Planned Parenthood Los Angeles, and the role of art in the fight for reproductive justice. Visit "Gagosian Quarterly" to read the full interview: https://on.gagosian.com/41xWWiT
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Louise Bonnet in front of her painting "Red Study," 2022, in her studio, Los Angeles, 2022. Artwork © Louise Bonnet. Photo: Jeff McLane

A conversation between Sally Mann and Benjamin Moser was one of the most popular "Gagosian Quarterly" interviews of 2023...
29/12/2023

A conversation between Sally Mann and Benjamin Moser was one of the most popular "Gagosian Quarterly" interviews of 2023. The pair discuss the power and responsibility tied up in their respective practices of photography and writing. Visit "Gagosian Quarterly" to read the full interview: https://on.gagosian.com/3twnyEo
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Sally Mann, "Thin Skin," 2006–09 © Sally Mann

This week we're revisiting our most popular interviews published by “Gagosian Quarterly” in 2023. Today, we're highlight...
28/12/2023

This week we're revisiting our most popular interviews published by “Gagosian Quarterly” in 2023. Today, we're highlighting a conversation between Ewa Juszkiewicz and Jennifer Higgie. They discuss Juszkiewicz's process, her varied inspirations, and her views on the social and emotional roles of art. Visit "Gagosian Quarterly" to read the full interview: https://on.gagosian.com/3QT6bqk
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Ewa Juszkiewicz in her studio, Warsaw, Poland, 2023. Photo: courtesy the artist

Continuing our roundup of 2023 "Gagosian Quarterly" interviews, we're highlighting a conversation between Helen Marden a...
27/12/2023

Continuing our roundup of 2023 "Gagosian Quarterly" interviews, we're highlighting a conversation between Helen Marden and Kiki Smith. The pair met at at Marden's home in the West Village ahead of the opening of her exhibition "Agape/Αγάπη" at Gagosian, Athens, earlier this year to discuss the bravery of color and the power of intuition. Visit "Gagosian Quarterly" to read the full interview: https://on.gagosian.com/46tH8za
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Helen Marden and Kiki Smith, New York, 2023. Photo: Mirabelle Marden

As the year draws to an end, we’re sharing some of our most popular content from the past year. This week, we’re looking...
26/12/2023

As the year draws to an end, we’re sharing some of our most popular content from the past year. This week, we’re looking back at the most popular interviews published by “Gagosian Quarterly” in 2023, which includes a conversation between Harold Ancart and novelist Andrew Winer. The pair discuss being present, finding freedom in tension, and pathological escapism. Visit "Gagosian Quarterly" to read the full interview: https://on.gagosian.com/3Z6v7Mw
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Harold Ancart, "Untitled," 2016 © Harold Ancart. Photo: Rob McKeever

Happy holidays from Gagosian! With our warmest wishes for a happy and healthy holiday season and bright new year, from a...
22/12/2023

Happy holidays from Gagosian! With our warmest wishes for a happy and healthy holiday season and bright new year, from all of us at the gallery. Visit our website for information on our holiday hours and upcoming exhibitions: https://on.gagosian.com/u7fYGHX

Rachel Whiteread was selected to decorate this year’s Connaught Christmas Tree in London. She has adorned the 31-foot (9.4-meter) Nordmann’s fir with 102 white neon hoops symbolizing hope and unity during the festive season. Visit our website to learn more: https://on.gagosian.com/47695Nq
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Rachel Whiteread’s 2023 Connaught Christmas tree, London. Artwork © Rachel Whiteread

"The Painter in His Bed," an exhibition of new paintings and works on paper by Georg Baselitz, closes this Friday, Decem...
21/12/2023

"The Painter in His Bed," an exhibition of new paintings and works on paper by Georg Baselitz, closes this Friday, December 22, at Gagosian, 555 West 24th Street, New York.

Over the past six decades, Baselitz has pursued a form of figuration that is direct, provocative, and informed by the history of art. A pioneer of Neo-Expressionism, he began in 1969 to invert his images as a means to focus on the painting process and to slow down the viewer’s perception and comprehension of his works. Often incorporating references to his own previous paintings, Baselitz harnesses uninhibited gestures to create emotionally charged compositions that remain centered on the human form. Visit our website for more information: https://on.gagosian.com/3FvU8sv
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Installation view, "Georg Baselitz: The Painter in His Bed," Gagosian, 555 West 24th Street, New York, November 9–December 22, 2023. Artwork © Georg Baselitz. Photo: Rob McKeever

"Impronte di luce / Empreintes de lumière," an exhibition of an entirely new body of paintings by Giuseppe Penone, close...
21/12/2023

"Impronte di luce / Empreintes de lumière," an exhibition of an entirely new body of paintings by Giuseppe Penone, closes tomorrow, December 22, at Gagosian, rue de Ponthieu, Paris.

Inspired by Penone’s experience of Le Corbusier’s Couvent Sainte-Marie de La Tourette in Éveux, France, these canvases are on view alongside imprints used in their production; an artist’s book, "Le Bois Sacré du Couvent de La Tourette" (2022), which collects rubbings made from the building’s wood-grained concrete walls; and other graphic and sculptural works. Visit our website to learn more about the exhibition: https://on.gagosian.com/45NiOYU
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Installation view, "Giuseppe Penone: Impronte di luce / Empreintes de lumière," Gagosian, rue de Ponthieu, Paris, October 17–December 22, 2023. Artwork © Giuseppe Penone/2023 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/ADAGP, Paris. Photo: Thomas Lannes

20/12/2023

"30 Ghosts," an exhibition of ten new paintings by Louise Bonnet, closes at Gagosian, 541 West 24th Street, New York, on Friday, December 22. This is the Los Angeles–based artist’s first exhibition with the gallery in New York since "The Hours" at Park & 75 in 2020.

“Behind every man now alive stand thirty ghosts, for that is the ratio by which the dead outnumber the living.” Bonnet cites the opening lines of Arthur C. Clarke’s sci-fi classic "2001: A Space Odyssey" as an inspiration for her new exhibition’s title and theme. Visit our website to learn more: https://on.gagosian.com/3PppDsE
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Installation video, "Louise Bonnet: 30 Ghosts," Gagosian, 541 West 24th Street, New York, November 8–December 22, 2023. Artwork © Louise Bonnet. Video: Pushpin Films

"Let the painting make you," an exhibition of new paintings and drawings by Brice Marden, closes this Friday, December 2...
20/12/2023

"Let the painting make you," an exhibition of new paintings and drawings by Brice Marden, closes this Friday, December 22, at Gagosian, 980 Madison Avenue in New York.

The exhibition features a group of large paintings that Marden made in his studio in Tivoli, New York, in 2023, along with sixteen recent drawings that he made on the Caribbean island of Nevis and in Marrakech, Morocco. The paintings are characterized by weblike linear networks that cover variously colored grounds, and the group has a raw, spontaneous look, showing Marden drawing on intuition honed over a lifetime. These final works convey his idea of letting the paintings “make” us. Visit our website to learn more: https://on.gagosian.com/48K7iQ5
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Installation view, "Brice Marden: Let the painting make you," Gagosian, 980 Madison Avenue, New York, November 2–December 22, 2023. Artwork © 2023 Estate of Brice Marden/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. Photo: Rob McKeever

Gagosian is pleased to announce the exhibition of Stanley Whitney’s painting "Dear Paris" at the gallery at rue de Casti...
20/12/2023

Gagosian is pleased to announce the exhibition of Stanley Whitney’s painting "Dear Paris" at the gallery at rue de Castiglione in Paris from January 10 to February 28.

Inspired by the artist’s extended stay in the French capital, "Dear Paris" is the latest of Whitney’s lyrical abstractions. Balancing systematic structure and expressive spontaneity, he composed the painting in his characteristic manner, one roughly rectilinear block at a time, starting at the top left and progressing in rows across and down the canvas. Visit our website for more information: https://on.gagosian.com/472C4Sh
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Stanley Whitney, "Dear Paris," 2023 © Stanley Whitney. Photo: Rob McKeever

Join us from 2 to 8pm today, December 20, for the opening of "Abstract Explorations: 100 Years on Paper," an exhibition ...
20/12/2023

Join us from 2 to 8pm today, December 20, for the opening of "Abstract Explorations: 100 Years on Paper," an exhibition of modern and contemporary works on paper at Gagosian, Gstaad.

Mid-century works in the exhibition trace the advancement of new visions in keeping with the innovations of their era. Helen Frankenthaler’s vigorous oil-on-paper painting "Shore Figure" employs a palette and brushwork that evoke sea and sand while avoiding their literal representation. Visit our website to learn more about the exhibition: https://on.gagosian.com/46NRCJl
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Helen Frankenthaler, "Shore Figure," 1959 © 2023 Helen Frankenthaler Foundation, Inc./Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. Photo: Owen Conway

19/12/2023

In a video for “Gagosian Quarterly," artist Oscar Murillo sits down with arts writer, critic, and broadcaster Ben Luke for a conversation on the occasion “Franz West: Papier,” Gagosian’s recent presentation of paper-based works by Franz West at Frieze Masters 2023. The pair discuss Murillo’s collaboration in selecting the works on view, as well as his personal experiences meeting the late artist in London. Visit "Gagosian Quarterly" to watch the video in full: https://on.gagosian.com/3Rltvfn

A selection of paper-based works and furniture by West is currently on view at the Gagosian Shop in London’s historic Burlington Arcade.
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Artwork © Archiv Franz West, © Estate Franz West; video: Pushpin Films; installation footage: Matt Glen

"As an artist, it’s my job to be in service of a viewer, in terms of creating a sense of calm and a sense of joy. I want...
19/12/2023

"As an artist, it’s my job to be in service of a viewer, in terms of creating a sense of calm and a sense of joy. I want to add beauty to the world and fight the chaos."
—Jennifer Guidi

Gagosian is pleased to present “Rituals,” an exhibition of new paintings by Jennifer Guidi, on view at the gallery at 541 West 24th Street in New York from January 17. “Rituals” features a series of paintings that explore the sublime beauty of mountainscapes and the color spectrum.

These carefully crafted compositions are not mere representations; they imagine elevated terrains inspired by the artist’s deep connection to nature and her personal and artistic rituals. Developed through repetitive actions and processes, each painting emerges as if from a meditative journey, manifested through Guidi’s investigations of color, form, texture, and material. Visit our website to learn more: https://on.gagosian.com/48mHLv7
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Jennifer Guidi, “Hour after Hour Like an Opening Flower,” 2022–23 © Jennifer Guidi. Photo: Brica Wilcox

“In a Shady Valley, Near a Running Water,” an exhibition of new paintings by Ewa Juszkiewicz, closes on Friday, December...
19/12/2023

“In a Shady Valley, Near a Running Water,” an exhibition of new paintings by Ewa Juszkiewicz, closes on Friday, December 22, at Gagosian, Beverly Hills.

Juszkiewicz’s oil paintings of women begin with historical portraits, appropriating their style while subverting their conventions through fantastical and discomforting pictorial interventions. The show is featured in the “Financial Times” magazine “How To Spend It” in a piece titled “New games with Old Masters.” Discussing her works, Juszkiewicz says: “The stereotypes present in these paintings made me feel the need to break the existing canon and build my own, alternative story.” Visit our website to learn more about the exhibition: https://on.gagosian.com/3PjIYgl
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Installation view, “Ewa Juszkiewicz: In a Shady Valley, Near a Running Water,” Gagosian, Beverly Hills, November 3–December 22, 2023. Artwork © Ewa Juszkiewicz. Photo: Jeff McLane

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