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Alberto Di Fabio
I Quanti

Alberto Di Fabio’s aerial installation, I Quanti (2019) has been permanently installed in the Palazzo Koch in Rome. Commissioned by Banca d’Italia, the work consists of sixteen paintings on rice paper suspended above the grand staircase.

Alberto Di Fabio’s I Quanti (2019) installed in the Palazzo Koch, Rome. Artwork © Alberto Di Fabio. Photo: Giorgio Benni

Alberto Di Fabio’s Quanti (2019) installed in the Palazzo Koch, Rome. Artwork © Alberto Di Fabio. Photo: Giorgio Benni

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Mark Rothko, Number 22 (reds), 1957 © 2020 Kate Rothko Prizel and Christopher Rothko/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

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Don was a true visionary and one of the most forward-thinking collectors of his time.
—Larry Gagosian

Gagosian is pleased to announce that it has joined forces with Acquavella Galleries and Pace Gallery to handle the sale of the Donald B. Marron Family Collection. The collaboration will pay homage to Don Marron’s (1934–2019) legacy as one of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries’ most passionate and erudite collectors, a pioneer of corporate collections, a family man, and a dedicated philanthropist.

In May 2020, the three galleries will organize a joint exhibition in New York to showcase the breadth of the Marron Family Collection. The exhibition will chronicle Marron’s collecting activities, including his early acquisitions in the 1960s and 1970s, his museum stewardship, and his pioneering work reinventing how corporations build art collections around a singular vision.

Marron enjoyed long personal relationships with Bill Acquavella, Larry Gagosian, and Arne Glimcher, who each contributed to shaping this significant collection over the course of several decades. The collaboration between the three galleries is the first of its kind, and signals a new way for families to handle the sales of their collections.

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Mark Rothko, Number 22 (reds), 1957 © 2020 Kate Rothko Prizel and Christopher Rothko/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

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Jonas Wood for RxART

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Jonas Wood’s privacy curtains installed at the Children’s National Hospital, Washington, DC

Theaster Gates speaking at the 2020 World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland

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Theaster Gates speaking at the 2020 World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland

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Cover of the Winter 2019 Gagosian Quarterly, featuring a selection from a black-and-white Christopher Wool photograph

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Rudolf Polanszky in front of his country studio outside Vienna, 2019.

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Albert Oehlen, Untitled, 2019, watercolor on canvas, 83 ⅞ × 72 ⅛ inches (213 × 183 cm).

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Sally Mann and Edmund de Waal at the Frick Collection, New York, November 8, 2019.

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