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Gagosian Now Represents Donald Judd Estate, Judd Foundation – ARTnews.com

After a little more than a decade with David Zwirner, Donald Judd’s estate and the Judd Foundation will now be represented by Gagosian gallery. Larry Gagosian, the gallery’s founder, said he first got to know Judd in the 1980s and has long admired his work. “It is impossible to consider the history of American art without Donald Judd,” he said in a statement. “He ...

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Gagosian Will Open Third Paris Location – ARTnews.com

Gagosian, the world’s largest art gallery, with 17 exhibition spaces across the globe, will add yet another venue to its empire. Next month, the gallery will open at 9 rue de Castiglione in Paris’s 1st arrondissement. The space is Gagosian’s third in Paris. In a statement, the gallery’s founder, Larry Gagosian, said, “Paris is an important center for modern and contemporary art, and this ...

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Frank Gehry’s Signature Curves Translate to Fishy Art at Gagosian – ARTnews.com

Frank Gehry says he aimed to capture the brushstroke effect of Vincent van Gogh’s Starry Night in his latest building, making his tower for the Luma Foundation in Arles, France one of many examples of his corny artistic ambitions. Inklings of these are evident even in his sketches—impassioned, nearly illegible scribbles more likely to be exhibited in a museum than referenced by a contractor ...

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Jim Shaw Joins Gagosian After Metro Pictures’s Closure – ARTnews.com

Jim Shaw, an artist known for his vast installations and paintings that draw on semi-fictional religions and the occult, has joined Gagosian, one of the biggest galleries in the world. He had long been represented by New York’s Metro Pictures, which announced plans to wind down operations this past March after 40 years in business. Shaw’s hard-to-categorize work often presents dreamlike, disturbing visions that ...

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Jeff Koons Departs Gagosian and David Zwirner for Pace Gallery – ARTnews.com

Jeff Koons, the world’s most expensive living artist, has departed two major galleries that have long represented him and joined one of their competitors. In a surprise move, Koons will now be exclusively represented by Pace Gallery, which has permanent spaces in New York, Hong Kong, Seoul, London, Palo Alto, and Geneva. He will no longer show with David Zwirner or Gagosian. The New ...

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Painter Joe Bradley Departs Gagosian, Joins Petzel Gallery – ARTnews.com

Mid-career artist Joe Bradley, known for his improvisational mixed media paintings that reference things like children’s drawings and comic books, has left Gagosian gallery after five years of representation to show with Petzel gallery. “The gallery is is super dynamic and has an unusual, thoughtful program,” Bradley said of Petzel from France, where he has been living and working with an artist visa since ...

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A Top Gagosian Director Has Been Suspended Without Pay Following Allegations of Misconduct

A prominent director at Gagosian has been suspended without pay after allegations of misconduct surfaced online. Sam Orlofsky, who has been at the blue-chip gallery for 19 years and spearheaded its digital strategy, was accused of misconduct on Instagram last week. The gallery has referred the matter to its outside counsel, which is investigating the claims. The accusations surfaced at a time when the ...

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How Pace, Gagosian, and Acquavella Are Competing with Auction Houses – ARTnews.com

Talk to art market insiders about great artworks that have made headline-worthy prices, and you’ll soon hear monikers that honor the deceased collectors whose estates are selling them on par with the artists who created them: the Ganz Picasso. The Stralem Picasso. The Pincus Rothko. The Rockefeller Rothko. Such top-notch collections are crucial to the auction market—and if the fate of one major estate ...

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