Gagosian Seeks Third Space in London

Anselm Kiefer, with his work in the newly opened Paris space. (Courtesy Getty Images)

In an interview with Paris Match that hit stands this weekend, Larry Gagosian confirmed that he’s looking to open a third gallery in London, this in addition to the spaces he already has on Davies and Britannia Streets. The new space in London would be Mr. Gagosian’s 13th gallery, spread across seven countries. Read More


Gagosian’s Gallery at Le Bourget Airport Is Not Duty-Free

Gagosian. (Courtesy Patrick McMullan)

A week before the opening of Gagosian’s latest space in his gallery chain, a 17,760-square-foot gallery in northern Paris at the Le Bourget airport, the art dealer talks to The Wall Street Journal‘s Kelly Crow about the mood in the market, how he caters to different tastes at his 12 galleries around the world, the “home run” at the ArtRio fair and the difference between art and luxury goods. Read More


Chez Larry? Gagosian Considering Cafe to Replace Spot Shop at 980 Madison

Chez Larry? (WetJetSet)

For the past month, fashionable New Yorkers and art world connoisseurs have been streaming through a storefront at the 980 Madison Avenue building to pick up spotty souvenirs from a Gagosian-branded “spot shop” that was opened to coincide with the globe-spanning 11-gallery “Complete Spot Paintings” exhibition by Damien Hirst. With the spot show upstairs closing in less than two weeks, the Upper East Side may soon trade spots for espresso as Larry Gagosian is in talks with his landlord, Aby Rosen’s RFR Realty, to open a cafe in the space (call it Cafe Gilbert). Read More


Gagosian Served With $14 M. Lawsuit Over Disputed Lichtenstein Sale

Mr. Gagosian.

The plot thickened today in the ongoing legal drama involving Larry Gagosian, Jan Cowles (the mother of retired Artforum editor and art dealer Charles Cowles) and a $2.5 million Mark Tansey painting, with The New York Post reporting that Ms. Cowles has slapped Gogo with a $14 million suit alleging that he sold the Tansey and another work, a $4.5 million Lichtenstein, without her consent. Read More