Open – Gagosian is pleased to present “Wesselmann: 1963–1983,” an exhibition of seven monumental paintings made by Tom Wesselmann over a span of two decades. This is the first time this group of works has been shown on the West Coast.
Open – Gagosian Gallery presents the Opening of Adriana Varejão “Interiors”Embodying the fraught pluralism of Brazilian identity and the diverse implications of social, cultural, and aesthetic exchange, Varejão’s unprecedented artistic forms—which encompass painting, sculpture, and video installation—reach across time and place, exposing the multivalent nature of history, memory, and cultural representation.
Open – Gagosian Gallery is pleased to present “Ed Ruscha Books & Co.,” an exhibition of artists’ books by and after Ed Ruscha. The exhibition is organized by Gagosian director Bob Monk.
Open – Alex Israel and Bret Easton Ellis Opening Exhibition is the 2016 edition of Gagosian’s Oscar show program; a highly anticipated annual fixture in the Los Angeles cultural calendar where the art, film, and celebrity communities join to celebrate the exhibition, immediately prior to the Academy Awards ceremony. © Alex Israel and Bret Easton Ellis; image(s) courtesy iStock and Gagosian Gallery Photography: Jeff McLane
Open – Gagosian Beverly Hills is pleased to present new works by Edmund de Waal for his first solo exhibition in Los Angeles. De Waal’s art and literature speak to his enduring fascination with the nature of objects, and the narratives of their collection and display. A potter since childhood and an acclaimed writer, his obsession with porcelain or “white gold” has led to encounters with many people and places
Open – Gagosian Beverly Hills is pleased to present fourteen early sculptures by the late Anthony Caro, some of which have never been seen in the United States. The exhibition has been prepared in close collaboration with the Anthony Caro studio.
Four days before the opening of the LA Art Show in Los angeles, Harmony Korine treated this city to some stunning pieces of artwork in the form of huge canvases (about 120 x 90 inches). Harmony Korine (seen in picture above) is a cult filmmaker known for movies such as Kids and Spring Breakers. What we admire about his work in the film industry, is his talent to depict a