Gagosian Gallery

Gagosian goes for Gupta

Indian artist Subodh Gupta is in the mega-gallery's sights

Rome gallery opening: “Larry Gagosian has always expanded in a recession”

Why is the most successful contemporary art dealer in the world opening a branch in Rome this month?

News from New York: Crumbs for Zwirner while Murakami pulls out all stops for Gagosian Exhibition

But the Japanese artist keeps French billionaire François Pinault waiting for his 13-panel painting

Posthumous Giacometti sculptures sold at Gagosian

Pieces represent first $10m in a probable $54m deal

Gagosian in controversial $54m Giacometti deal

“Preposterous plan to create additional sculptures,” says rival PaceWildenstein

Gagosian grows London presence

New Davies Street gallery is added to the pile

Murakami to Gagosian?

Japanese artist and curator may have moved on from his gallerist of 10 years

Will ex-Gagosian staffers poach his artists?

New Chelsea gallery to show Hirst, Salle and Brown


Commercial publishing: Would you pay $250 for this Hirst catalogue?

Published to accompany his show of paintings at Gagosian in New York, it promises much but delivers little

News from New York: Major Beuys work tipped for Beacon, while eco-artists discuss decomposition

And Connecticut energy broker Andrew Hall buys Georg Baselitz’s collection of German art


Gagosian empire extends to Rome

A new office opens in the Palazzo Borghese

Picasso: Keeping it in the family

Picasso’s granddaughter is preparing the catalogue raisonné of the artist’s sculpture, with funding from the Gagosian Gallery

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Shell Company Lawsuit: Gagosian and Brant pay $10 million to Uncle Sam in unpaid taxes

The US lawsuit alleged they created a shell company to avoid paying dues

Do contemporary dealers still need galleries?

Larry Gagosian has just opened a new, 1,400-square-metre space in London. But is such grandeur still necessary?


London aims to step into the big league

Dealers are planning new, original display techniques

Joseph Beuys on show at Gagosian Gallery

Works from a private collection will tour both the London and New York arms of the super-gallery

Gagosian Gallery displays Joseph Beuys in London

Items from the august collection of Dr Rainer Speck now on view

Chris Burden bites the bullet in exhibition at Gagosian Beverly Hills

A cheeky reference to his early performance art is displayed alongside other new work

US sues Larry Gagosian seeking back income taxes on art sales

Taxman claims he and others created a shell company to avoid tax

Interview with Richard Hamilton: Product Displacement

As major exhibitions of his work open in London and Barcelona, Hamilton explains his boredom with the London art scene, the lineage of his tables and his undying debt to Marcel Duchamp

Damien Hirst: A Martian adventure

Jewellery at D’Offay, censorship at South London Gallery and Jane Simpson at Gagosian