Directions from Paris
From the Périphérique take highway A1 toward Lille/Roissy Charles-de-Gaulle
Take exit 5 toward Le Blanc-Mesnil/Aéroport Le Bourget
Follow the signs for Aéroport Le Bourget–Musée de l’Air et de l’Espace
Enter the airport and turn right onto l’Esplanade de l’Air et de l’Espace
Pass the Aéroports de Paris building on your right and continue onto avenue de l’Europe until you reach the gallery on your right
Parking is available at the gallery
– No. 152 (toward ZAC Tulipes Nord) from Porte de la Villette—exit at Musée de l’Air et de l’Espace (10-minute walk to follow)
– No. 350 (toward Roissypôle) from Porte de la Chapelle—exit at Musée de l’Air et de l’Espace (10-minute walk to follow)
RER B—exit at Le Bourget and then take bus no. 152 from Jean Jaurès–Division Leclerc toward ZAC Les Tulipes Nord—exit at Musée de l’Air et de l’Espace (10-minute walk to follow)
Itinéraire depuis Paris
Depuis le Périphérique, prendre l’autoroute A1 en direction de Lille/Roissy Charles-de-Gaulle
Prendre la sortie 5 vers Le Blanc-Mesnil/Aéroport Le Bourget
Suivre les panneaux Aéroport Le Bourget–Musée de l’Air et de l’Espace
Entrer dans l’aéroport et tourner à droite sur l’Esplanade de l’Air et de l’Espace
Passer devant le bâtiment d’Aéroports de Paris sur votre droite et continuer sur l’avenue de l’Europe jusqu’à la galerie, qui sera sur votre droite.
Un parking est disponible à la galerie
– N° 152 (direction ZAC Tulipes Nord) depuis la Porte de la Villette—sortir à Musée de l’Air et de l’Espace (10 minutes à pied jusqu’à la galerie)
– N° 350 (direction Roissypôle) depuis la Porte de la Chapelle—sortir à Musée de l’Air et de l’Espace (10 minutes à pied jusqu’à la galerie)
RER B—sortie Le Bourget, puis prendre le bus n° 152 de Jean Jaurès–Division en direction de ZAC Les Tulipes Nord, descendre à Musée de l’Air et de l’Espace (10 minutes à pied jusqu’à la galerie)
Extended through June 26, 2021
Field of the Cloth of Gold
February 7–June 26, 2021
Gagosian Quarterly Spring 2024
The Spring 2024 issue of Gagosian Quarterly is now available with a fresh cover design featuring Jean-Michel Basquiat’s Lead Plate with Hole (1984).
The Beginning: A Life in Art
Delphine Huisinga and Alison McDonald chart Larry Gagosian’s formative years on the West Coast and contextualize the Los Angeles art scene in the mid-1970s.
Art historian and curator Olivier Berggruen reflects on his trip to Berlin to see a performance by the multihyphenate Kelsey Lu. Following his experience of that performance, The Lucid, Berggruen caught up with Lu in New York, where they spoke about the visual elements of their work, dreaming, and the necessity of new challenges.
The Art of Biography: Mary Gabriel and Carol Kino
Carol Kino’s forthcoming biography of Frances McLaughlin-Gill and Kathryn Abbe, the identical twin sisters who blazed new trails in the world of photography—Double Click: Twin Photographers in the Golden Age of Magazines—charts a critical moment in the United States, bringing to the surface questions around aesthetics, technologies, and gender through the arc of the twins’ lives. Here, Kino meets with award-winning biographer Mary Gabriel, whose 2023 publication Madonna: A Rebel Life described the unparalleled significance of the musician’s life and career, to discuss the origins of their most recent projects, as well as the specific considerations that underpin the process of narrating a life.
Behind the Art
A Foreigner Called Picasso
Join president of the Picasso Museum, Paris, Cécile Debray; curator, writer, biographer, and historian Annie Cohen-Solal; art historian Vérane Tasseau; and Gagosian director Serena Cattaneo Adorno as they discuss A Foreigner Called Picasso. Organized in association with the Musée national Picasso–Paris and the Palais de la Porte Dorée–Musée national de l’histoire de l’immigration, Paris, the exhibition reframes our perception of Picasso and focuses on his status as a permanent foreigner in France.
Douglas Gordon: To Sing
On the occasion of Douglas Gordon: All I need is a little bit of everything, an exhibition in London, curator Adam Szymczyk recounts his experiences with Gordon’s work across nearly three decades, noting the continuities and evolutions.
Black Futurity: Lessons in (Art) History to Forge a Path Forward
Jon Copes asks, What can Black History Month mean in the year 2024? He looks to a selection of scholars and artists for the answer.
Nostalgia and Apocalypse
In conjunction with My Anxious Self, the most comprehensive survey of paintings by the late Tetsuya Ishida (1973–2005) to have been staged outside of Japan and the first-ever exhibition of his work in New York, Gagosian hosted a panel discussion. Here, Alexandra Munroe, senior curator at large, Global Arts, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum and Foundation, and Tomiko Yoda, Takashima Professor of Japanese Humanities at Harvard University, delve into the societal context in which Ishida developed his work, in a conversation moderated by exhibition curator Cecilia Alemani.
Titus Kaphar and Derek Cianfrance
Titus Kaphar and director Derek Cianfrance spoke on the opening night of Titus Kaphar Selects, a film program curated by the artist as part of a series copresented by Gagosian and Metrograph in the spring of 2023. The pair discussed their respective practices, including Cianfrance’s film Blue Valentine (2010) and Kaphar’s film Exhibiting Forgiveness, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival on January 20, 2024.
Mary Weatherford: The Flaying of Marsyas
In conjunction with her exhibition The Flaying of Marsyas at Museo di Palazzo Grimani, Venice, Mary Weatherford discusses the featured paintings, which are directly inspired by Titian’s late, eponymous masterpiece of circa 1570–76 and reflect her enduring fascination with the painting.
Christo: Early Works
Christo: Early Works, curated by Elena Geuna, is the inaugural exhibition in the Gagosian Open series of off-site projects. In this video, Geuna explores the connection between Christo’s sculptural works and their setting in the historic Georgian house at 4 Princelet Street, London.
A Flat on Rue Victor-Considerant
Lee Miller and Tanja Ramm’s friendship took them from New York to Paris and back, in front of and behind many cameras, and into the Surrealist avant-garde. Here, Gagosian director Richard Calvocoressi speaks with Ramm’s daughter, art historian Margit Rowell, about discovering her mother’s early life, her memories of Miller, and the collaborative work of photographers and models.