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Gagosian Pop-Up!

December 2, 2010–January 29, 2011
Davies Street, London

Installation view

Installation view

Installation view

Installation view

Installation view

Installation view

Damien Hirst, Psalm Print: Benedictus Dominis, 2009 Silkscreen print with glaze, 43 × 42 ⅜ inches (109 × 107.5 cm), edition of 50© Damien Hirst and Hirst Holdings Ltd. All rights reserved, DACS 2010

Damien Hirst, Psalm Print: Benedictus Dominis, 2009

Silkscreen print with glaze, 43 × 42 ⅜ inches (109 × 107.5 cm), edition of 50
© Damien Hirst and Hirst Holdings Ltd. All rights reserved, DACS 2010

Jeff Koons, Puppy, 1998 White glazed porcelain vase, 17 ½ × 17 ½ × 10 ½ inches (44.4 × 44.4 × 26.7 cm), edition of 3,000© Jeff Koons

Jeff Koons, Puppy, 1998

White glazed porcelain vase, 17 ½ × 17 ½ × 10 ½ inches (44.4 × 44.4 × 26.7 cm), edition of 3,000
© Jeff Koons

Takashi Murakami, Mr. DOB large stuffed toy © Takashi Murakami/Kaikai Kiki Co., Ltd. All rights reserved

Takashi Murakami, Mr. DOB large stuffed toy

© Takashi Murakami/Kaikai Kiki Co., Ltd. All rights reserved

Richard Phillips, Spectrum, 2009 Printed canvas, 30 × 36 ½ inches (76.2 × 92.7 cm)Produced by Art Production Fund© Richard Phillips

Richard Phillips, Spectrum, 2009

Printed canvas, 30 × 36 ½ inches (76.2 × 92.7 cm)
Produced by Art Production Fund
© Richard Phillips

Richard Prince, Untitled (Couple), 1978, printed 2006 Ektacolor print, 20 × 27 ½ inches (50.8 × 70 cm), edition of 26© Richard Prince

Richard Prince, Untitled (Couple), 1978, printed 2006

Ektacolor print, 20 × 27 ½ inches (50.8 × 70 cm), edition of 26
© Richard Prince

Ed Ruscha, Cold Beer Beautiful Girls, 2009 3-color lithograph, 30 ¾ × 30 ⅞ inches (78.1 × 78.4 cm), edition of 60© Ed Ruscha

Ed Ruscha, Cold Beer Beautiful Girls, 2009

3-color lithograph, 30 ¾ × 30 ⅞ inches (78.1 × 78.4 cm), edition of 60
© Ed Ruscha

About

To bring on the festive season, Gagosian will present a pop-up exhibition of catalogues, posters, prints, and limited editions by gallery artists including John Currin, Ellen Gallagher, Douglas Gordon, Damien Hirst, Jeff Koons, Yayoi Kusama, Roy Lichtenstein, Takashi Murakami, Richard Prince, Anselm Reyle, Ed Ruscha, Andy Warhol, and Franz West. This exhibition presents a selection of the works available for sale at the permanent Gagosian Shop in New York, which opened in 2009.

In addition to the scholarly monographs, innovative catalogues, and limited editions of Gagosian’s unparalleled publishing program, Gagosian Pop-Up! will feature exclusive limited-edition furniture and design objects—from Jeff Koons’s Puppy vase and Franz West’s Uncle Chairs to striking posters from gallery exhibitions including Crash and Pop Art Is… Limited-edition artist’s books include Ed Ruscha’s illustrated version of Jack Kerouac’s historic novel On the Road, a special edition of Gregory Crewdson’s most recent photographic reverie Sanctuary, and Richard Prince’s Bettie Kline, a surprising visual dialogue between the model Bettie Page and the painter Franz Kline. In addition, etchings and lithographs by John Currin, Dexter Dalwood, Jenny Saville, and others will be available.

A special feature of Gagosian Pop-Up! in London will be the presence of Other Criteria—the London-based publisher of artist editions, books, multiples, and artist-designed merchandise, launched in 2005 by Damien Hirst, Hugh Allan, and Frank Dunphy. Available works by Hirst include editioned prints of the Spot, Pill, and Butterfly paintings, and a series of deck chairs designed by Hirst in an assortment of punchy colors featuring the “stained-glass” butterfly motif from the Superstition series.

On Saturday, December 11, 2010, from 2 to 4pm, Turner Prize nominee Dexter Dalwood will be signing copies of his new monograph published by JRP Ringier.

Damien Hirst and Ashley Bickerton during an installation at Newport Street Gallery, London, c. 2017

Truth Revealed: Damien Hirst and James Fox on Ashley Bickerton

In conversation with James Fox, Damien Hirst reflects on the artwork of his longtime friend.

A Takashi Murakami painting of a female avatar with blue and pink hair: CLONE X #59 Harajuku-style Angel

Takashi Murakami and RTFKT: An Arrow through History

Bridging the digital and the physical realms, the three-part presentation of paintings and sculptures that make up Takashi Murakami: An Arrow through History at Gagosian, New York, builds on the ongoing collaboration between the artist and RTFKT Studios. Here, Murakami and the RTFKT team explain the collaborative process, the necessity of cognitive revolution, the metaverse, and the future of art to the Quarterly’s Wyatt Allgeier.

Takashi Murakami cover and Andreas Gursky cover for Gagosian Quarterly, Summer 2022 magazine

Now available
Gagosian Quarterly Summer 2022

The Summer 2022 issue of Gagosian Quarterly is now available, with two different covers—featuring Takashi Murakami’s 108 Bonnō MURAKAMI.FLOWERS (2022) and Andreas Gursky’s V & R II (2022).

Richard Prince, Untitled (Original Cowboy), 2013, chromogenic print, in frame, 70 ⅛ × 100 ⅛ × 2 inches (178.1 × 254.3 × 5.1 cm) © Richard Prince, courtesy Richard Prince Studio

Picture Books: Percival Everett and Brandon Taylor

The second installment of Picture Books, an imprint organized by Emma Cline and Gagosian, presents author Percival Everett’s novella Grand Canyon, Inc. alongside Untitled (Original Cowboy), a photograph by Richard Prince. In celebration of the publication, Everett met with author Brandon Taylor to discuss the novella, the role of history in the writing process, and the similarity in methodologies for science and literature.

Jenny Saville, Pietà I, 2019–21, charcoal and pastel on canvas

Jenny Saville: A cyclical rhythm of emergent forms

An exhibition curated by Sergio Risaliti, director of the Museo Novecento, Florence, pairs artworks by Jenny Saville with artists of the Italian Renaissance. On view across that city at the Museo Novecento, the Museo di Palazzo Vecchio, the Museo dell’Opera del Duomo, the Museo degli Innocenti, and the Museo di Casa Buonarroti through February 20, 2022, the presentation features paintings and drawings by Saville from the 1990s through to work made especially for the occasion. Here, Risaliti reflects on the resonances and reverberations brought about by these pairings.

John Currin, Memorial, 2020 (detail), oil on canvas, 62 × 40 inches (157.5 × 101.6 cm)

John Currin: Monuments to Lust

Natasha Stagg reports on a trip to John Currin’s New York studio.