Multiples dancers in bright costumes against a yellow backdrop. Five have their backs to the camera with their arms stretched out and two are sitting center stage.

Sasha Waltz: “In C”

Alice Godwin speaks with German choreographer Sasha Waltz about the evolution of her dance In C, the democratic nature of the piece, and its celebration of life and human connection. 

Richard Avedon’s Marilyn Monroe, actor, New York, May 6, 1957 on the cover of Gagosian Quarterly, Summer 2023

Now available
Gagosian Quarterly Summer 2023

The Summer 2023 issue of Gagosian Quarterly is now available, featuring Richard Avedon’s Marilyn Monroe, actor, New York, May 6, 1957 on its cover.

portrait of a person staring directly at the camera

Everywhere Light

Jake Skeets reflects on Richard Avedon’s series In the American West, focusing on the portrait of his uncle, Benson James.

KIOSK, a temporary concept store and café, in Kyoto BAL, Japan

KIOSK: Yoshitaka Haba and Jil Sander

In celebration of the new Jil Sander flagship store in Kyoto BAL, Japan, creative directors Lucie and Luke Meier partnered with Yoshitaka Haba, president of BACH, to create KIOSK, a temporary concept store and café. Offering limited-edition books, magazines, and traditional Japanese stationery, the kiosk invites the public to explore the resonances between the brand’s ethos and the work of writers, poets, and graphic designers.

Portrait of Edward Enninful

Fashion and Art: Edward Enninful

Edward Enninful OBE has held the role of editor-in-chief of British Vogue since 2017. The magazine’s course under his direction has served as a model for what a fashion publication can do in the twenty-first century: in terms of creativity, authenticity, diversity, and engagement with social issues, Enninful has created a new mold. Here, Enninful meets with his longtime friend Derek Blasberg to discuss his recently published memoir, A Visible Man.

Artist Richard Wright sits looking at something outside the frame

In Conversation
Richard Wright and Martin Clark

Richard Wright and Martin Clark, director of Camden Art Centre, London, discuss Wright’s latest body of work, recent commissions, and new monograph, which provides a comprehensive overview of his practice between 2010 and 2020.

A still detail of Julianknxx’s artwork “encounter?flee (Jolly)” 2023

Rites of Passage

Rites of Passage, an exhibition at Gagosian, London, explored the concept of “liminal space,” a coinage of the anthropologist Arnold van Gennep, through the work of nineteen contemporary artists who share a history of migration. Here, Péjú Oshin, associate director at Gagosian, London, speaks with Phoebe Boswell, Adelaide Damoah, and Julianknxx about their participation in the exhibition and about the complexities of community, performance, truth, and identity.

A person sitting down behind six paintings

“Tight and Small and Figurative”: Tom Wesselmann’s Early Collages

Susan Davidson, editor of the forthcoming monograph on the Great American Nudes, a series of works by Tom Wesselmann, explores the artist’s early experiments with collage, tracing their development from humble beginnings to the iconic series of paintings.

Clarice Lispector in Naples, Italy, 1944 © Paulo Gurgel Valente

Waiting for Clarice

Carlos Valladares marvels at the life and work of Clarice Lispector, the prolific and peerless Brazilian author.

Musician Weyes Blood performs on stage, their entire backside and chest are illuminated

Soothing Sounds of Dread

Mike Stinavage profiles Weyes Blood after the musician’s recent tour of Europe with a new record.

Adam McEwen and Ian Penman seated in yellow chairs

In Conversation
Adam McEwen and Ian Penman

In conjunction with his exhibitions Adam McEwen at Gagosian in London, and Adam McEwen: XXIII at Gagosian in Rome, the artist sits down with author Ian Penman to discuss his new obituary works and graphite sculptures.

AI-generated artwork of a child staring at the viewer with their hair blowing to the side

A Wild Wild Wind: Bennett Miller’s AI-Generated Art

Benjamín Labatut addresses Bennett Miller’s engagement with artificial intelligence as a partner in the creation of a series of new artworks, asking what this technology—and its hallucinations—can reveal about our own humanity.

Events & Announcements

Gagosian, Grosvenor Hill, London. Photo: Philip Vile


London Gallery Weekend 2023

June 2–4, 2023
Various locations in London

As part of London Gallery Weekend, Gagosian will have extended hours at all London locations, including the Gagosian Shop in Burlington Arcade. Visitors can view the group exhibition To Bend the Ear of the Outer World: Conversations on contemporary abstract painting, organized by guest curator Gary Garrels, sited across the Grosvenor Hill and Davies Street galleries in Mayfair, as well as Andy Warhol’s Insiders—featuring Warhol prints, publications, merchandise, and rare books and posters—at the Shop.

The gallery will host several activities, including exhibition tours, drop-in drawing hours for visitors of all ages, and a pop-up bookshop at Grosvenor Hill. To celebrate the recent release of Gagosian’s six hundredth title, the pop-up will offer six hundred Gagosian publications for £10 each, as well as a 20% discount on the To Bend the Ear of the Outer World exhibition catalogue, releasing on June 1, which will also be honored at the Shop.

Gagosian, Grosvenor Hill, London. Photo: Philip Vile

Pictures Books series with covers designed by Peter Mendelsund


Emma Cline and Picture Books Present
Claire-Louise Bennett, Megan Nolan, Vanessa Onwuemezi, and Max Porter

Thursday, June 8, 2023, 7pm
Burlington Arcade, London

Join Gagosian for an evening of fiction readings presented by Emma Cline and Picture Books and featuring authors Claire-Louise Bennett, Megan Nolan, Vanessa Onwuemezi, and Max Porter. To celebrate the latest Picture Books release—Lydia Millet’s novella Lyrebird, which is paired with a new painting by Genieve Figgis—Cline has invited some of the most exciting contemporary fiction writers working in the United Kingdom and Ireland to share their recent and upcoming work.

Picture Books, an imprint founded by Cline and Gagosian, is dedicated to publishing fiction by leading authors alongside contributions by contemporary artists. Past collaborations include Ottessa Moshfegh and Issy Wood, Percival Everett and Richard Prince, and Sam Lipsyte and Jordan Wolfson. The Picture Books titles and recent publications by the invited authors will be available for purchase at the event, which is free to attend.


Pictures Books series with covers designed by Peter Mendelsund

Takashi Murakami’s and Benoit Pagotto’s avatars. Artwork © 2022 Takashi Murakami/Kaikai Kiki Co., Ltd. All rights reserved

In Conversation

Takashi Murakami and Benoit Pagotto
Moderated by Ashley Overbeek

Friday, June 9, 2023, 5:30pm
Beaux-Arts de Paris

Join Gagosian for a conversation between Takashi Murakami and Benoit Pagotto, cofounder of RTFKT Studios and director of brand and partnerships at Nike, on the eve of the artist’s exhibition opening at Gagosian, Le Bourget. Moderated by Gagosian’s Ashley Overbeek, the discussion will center around Murakami’s progression in the NFT space since the launch of his Murakami.Flowers collection in 2022, including his ongoing collaboration with the RTFKT team and the playfulness that he brings to the digital realm. The trio will also touch on the ways artists have utilized and continue to leverage technology, such as artificial intelligence (AI), to innovate. The conversation will be conducted in English and is free to attend. 

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Takashi Murakami’s and Benoit Pagotto’s avatars. Artwork © 2022 Takashi Murakami/Kaikai Kiki Co., Ltd. All rights reserved

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Museum Exhibitions

Georg Baselitz, Der moderne Maler, 1965 © Georg Baselitz 2023

Opening this Week

Georg Baselitz
100 Zeichnungen

June 7–September 17, 2023
Albertina, Vienna

This exhibition, whose title translates to 100 Drawings, celebrates Georg Baselitz’s gift of fifty drawings to both the Morgan Library & Museum in New York and the Albertina in Vienna. Shown together, the works present a retrospective of Baselitz’s artistic development and highlight the central role that drawing plays in his practice. This exhibition has traveled from the Morgan Library, under the title Six Decades of Drawings.

Georg Baselitz, Der moderne Maler, 1965 © Georg Baselitz 2023

Sally Mann, Remembered Light, Untitled (Door and Painting), 1999–2000 © Sally Mann

Opening this Week

Sally Mann in
I’ll Be Your Mirror. . .

June 8–September 1, 2023
Moss Art Center, Virginia Tech University, Blacksburg

I’ll Be Your Mirror. . . features painting, sculpture, photography, and performance  and that explores the hidden relationships between the self, community, and land. The exhibition encourages viewers to consider their impact on the world and embrace a more sustainable and equitable future. Work by Sally Mann is included.

Sally Mann, Remembered Light, Untitled (Door and Painting), 1999–2000 © Sally Mann

Rachel Feinstein, Ballerina, 2018 © Rachel Feinstein. Photo: Jeff McLane

Opening this Week

Rachel Feinstein in Florence

June 9–September 18, 2023
Various venues in Florence, Italy

Rachel Feinstein’s work is the subject of an exhibition project conceived and curated by Sergio Risaliti, director of the Museo Novecento, in collaboration with three other major museums in Florence: Palazzo Medici Riccardi, Museo Stefano Bardini, and Museo Marino Marini. The multipart exhibition places Feinstein’s sculpture and paintings, some shown in Italy for the first time, in dialogue with masterworks of the Italian Renaissance and Baroque period, demonstrating her ongoing fascination with the art of the past.

Rachel Feinstein, Ballerina, 2018 © Rachel Feinstein. Photo: Jeff McLane

Anselm Kiefer, Sappho, 2002–18 © Anselm Kiefer

Opening this Week

Anselm Kiefer

June 9–September 2023
Château La Coste, Le Puy-Sainte-Réparade, France

Five outdoor sculptures from Anselm Kiefer’s Frauen der Antike (Women of Antiquity) (1999–2002) and Femmes martyres (2018–19) series are on view at the Renzo Piano–designed art pavilion at Château La Coste. The bronze dresses, each bearing an attribute of a female historical or mythological figure, are situated among the pavilion’s art and architecture. Kiefer’s depiction of the Greek lyrical poetess Sappho, for example—his “monument to all the unknown women poets”—shoulders a tower of lead books.

Anselm Kiefer, Sappho, 2002–18 © Anselm Kiefer

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