Note to Visitors
In order to provide a safe environment for our staff and the public, visitors will be asked to comply with the following protocols as well as to respect instructions given by gallery staff.
– A limited number of visitors will be permitted within the exhibition spaces.
– Advance appointments are available.
– Visitors must wear masks for the duration of their visit.
– Visitors must maintain at least 2 meter distance from others.
– Hand sanitizer and masks will be provided for use.
Please contact email@example.com or +33 1 75 00 05 92 with any questions about these guidelines, or to schedule your visit.
Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
À l’attention des visiteurs
Afin de fournir un environnement sûr à notre personnel et au public, les visiteurs seront invités à se conformer aux protocoles suivants ainsi qu’à respecter les instructions données par le personnel de la galerie.
– Un nombre limité de visiteurs est autorisé dans les espaces d’exposition.
– Des rendez-vous à l’avance sont disponibles.
– Les visiteurs doivent porter des masques pendant toute la durée de leur visite.
– Les visiteurs doivent se tenir à au moins 2 mètres de distance les uns des autres.
– Du désinfectant pour les mains et des masques seront fournis.
Veuillez contacter firstname.lastname@example.org ou appeler le +33 1 75 00 05 92 pour toutes questions sur ces consignes, ou pour planifier votre visite.
Merci de votre compréhension et de votre coopération.
Extended through June 26, 2021
Field of the Cloth of Gold
February 7–June 26, 2021
Extended through June 27, 2020
LES NOIRS DU BLANC, LES BLANCS DU NOIR
October 13, 2019–June 27, 2020
Screen Time: How Nadya Tolokonnikova and UnicornDAO are Warming the Web3 World
Ashley Overbeek profiles Pussy Riot member Nadya Tolokonnikova and the feminist collective UnicornDAO, highlighting their efforts to harness blockchain technology for art and activism.
Gagosian Quarterly Winter 2022
The Winter 2022 issue of Gagosian Quarterly is now available, featuring Anna Weyant’s Two Eileens (2022) on its cover.
The Root of Black Joy: The Work of Bahamian Artist Gio Swaby
For Roxane Gay’s guest-edited section in the Winter 2022 Gagosian Quarterly, “Black to Black,” Brooke C. Obie addresses the mixed-media work of Gio Swaby, exploring the ways that Black joy, ancestry, and her home country inform her developing practice.
Leaps of Faith: A Conversation with Jordan Casteel and Calida Rawles
For her guest-edited section in the Winter 2022 Gagosian Quarterly, “Black to Black,” Roxane Gay speaks with Jordan Casteel and Calida Rawles about the nature of success, the intricacies of care, and how they each envision their practice.
Frank Auerbach: Artist Friends
In this candid interview with Richard Calvocoressi, the painter Frank Auerbach reminisces on his friendships with Michael Andrews, Francis Bacon, and Lucian Freud. The two spoke during the planning of the exhibition Friends and Relations, a show that examines the interconnected lives and art practices of this group of London painters.
Anna Weyant: Baby, It Ain’t Over Till It’s Over
Novelist Emma Cline traces the boundaries between terror and hilarity in Anna Weyant’s new paintings.
“The Present Decline”: Jim Shaw’s Epic Parables
Catherine Taft examines Jim Shaw’s visionary work, which probes the American psyche through political, historical, and cultural allegory.
Shaw Studio Sing-along Songs
In this Shortlist series we invite artists and writers to tell us about works of art, literature, film, or music that have influenced their work or are at the forefront of their minds today. Here Jim Shaw shares a selection of songs he listens to while working, from new discoveries to childhood staples. Shaw writes of the balance between delight and regret, hope and gloom in his playlist.
A Body of Work: Firelei Báez and Tschabalala Self
Amber J. Phillips examines the works of Firelei Báez and Tschabalala Self as part of “Black to Black,” a supplement guest-edited by Roxane Gay for the Winter 2022 issue of the Quarterly.
Commemorative Acts: Ladi’Sasha Jones
As part of “Black to Black,” a special supplement guest-edited by Roxane Gay for the Winter 2022 issue of the Quarterly, Ladi’Sasha Jones looks at the work of Black women artists who utilize archives.
Visual Abundance in the Work of Kezia Harrell
As part of “Black to Black,” a supplement guest-edited by Roxane Gay for the Winter 2022 issue of the Quarterly, Randa Jarrar explores the work of Kezia Harrell.
Bruce Bernard: Portraits Of Friends
Virginia Verran details the photographer’s friendships with the London painters.