Gagosian London September 12 – November 3 2018 The world has always been ending. —Urs Fischer Dasha (2018) is a larger-than-life-size wax candle depicting Dasha Zhukova, a personal friend of the artist. Cast entirely in wax, she wears a pink dress and is seated in a chair. A wick at the top of her head […]
Gagosian is pleased to present new works by Shio Kusaka. This is her first solo exhibition with the gallery and her first in Italy. While Kusaka’s exhibitions typically feature a combination of abstraction and representation, this is the first to focus exclusively on her abstract work. The ceramics, variations on the form of the vase, […]
Gagosian is pleased to present photographs by Andreas Gursky, on view for the first time in Italy. Featuring works from the Bangkok series (2011), as well as the monumental Ocean VI (2010), the exhibition coincides with the tenth anniversary of the Rome gallery. Gursky has demonstrated that a photographer can make or construct—rather than simply […]
Gagosian is pleased to present “Iron Levels,” new works by Davide Balula. This is his first exhibition in Rome. At once surreal, comical, and critically engaged, Balula’s works examine the intersection of philosophy, phenomenology, and physics. For the Rome gallery, he has created an experiential trajectory that responds directly and specifically to the architecture. On […]
Gagosian is pleased to present “Remembered Light: Cy Twombly in Lexington,” an exhibition by photographer Sally Mann. This is her first exhibition in Rome. Mann is known and regarded for her images of intimate and familiar subjects rendered both sublime and disquieting: children, landscape, family, and the nature of mortality. In previous projects, she explored […]
Gagosian Rome is pleased to present “Equivalenze / Equivalences” an exhibition of new sculptures by renowned Italian artist Giuseppe Penone. A protagonist of the Arte Povera movement, Penone’s distinctive oeuvre has evolved through a deeply poetic, active engagement with nature and time, and a belief in the revelatory, transformative powers of art. Beginning with the […]
On the occasion of the opening of Francesco Vezzoli Cinerama in San Paulo (Brazil), a retrospective of the artist’s most important videos hosted from November 10 to December 11 at Padiglione OCA by Oscar Niemeyer in Ibirapuera Park, Gagosian presents in the viewing room Amália Traída (Amalia Betrayed)(2004). Gagosian will exhibit a video by Vezzoli, […]
Gagosian Gallery is pleased to present “Frank Gehry: Fish Lamps,” an exhibition of Gehry’s animated and dynamic light sculptures. One of the most celebrated architects living today, Gehry’s career spans six decades and three continents. Known for his imaginative designs and creative use of materials, he has forever altered the urban landscape with spectacular buildings […]
Gagosian Rome is pleased to present “Avedon: Beyond Beauty”, a career-spanning exhibition that includes nearly every editioned fashion photograph from Richard Avedon’s highly distinctive and influential oeuvre, as well as a number of his iconic portraits of female subjects. This is the first-ever solo exhibition of his work in Rome. As a young photographer’s assistant […]
Gagosian Gallery Rome is pleased to announce an exhibition of new paintings by Ed Ruscha from November 20, 2014 to January 17, 2015 Ed Ruscha, one of the most important artists in the contemporary art world, has recorded the shifting emblems of American life and values in the form of Hollywood logos, stylized gas stations, […]
Gagosian Gallery is pleased to announce the exhibition Scratching the Surface: Photographs by Dennis Hopper. Hopper established his reputation as a cult film director with Easy Rider (1969) and played many important roles in blockbuster films such as Apocalypse Now (1979). He initially became interested in photography during the 1950s with the encouragement of James […]
Gagosian Rome is pleased to present Nan Goldin’s Scopophilia. This is the renowned photographer’s first major exhibition in Rome.
The Greek term scopophilia literally means “love of looking,” but also refers to the erotic pleasure derived from gazing at images of the body. Nan Goldin’s Scopophilia is both a slide-show and an ongoing photographic series, begun in 2010 when she was given private access to the Louvre Museum every Tuesday. During these privileged sojourns, she wandered and photographed freely throughout the museum’s renowned collections of painting and sculpture.