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100 Years

Opening reception: Monday, November 28, 5–8pm
November 29–December 4, 2022
Buick Building, Miami

Gagosian is pleased to announce 100 Years, the gallery’s seventh annual group exhibition in collaboration with Jeffrey Deitch. On view during Miami Art Week at the historic Buick Building in the city’s Design District, and online at, 100 Years explores the interplay of past, present, and future through contemporary works in a range of mediums. It focuses on artists who recognize the critical nature of a period of sweeping social and cultural change while alluding to the ephemerality of human life and memory. And while in dialogue with the art of the past century, it also anticipates possible future advances. Some works consider the absurdities and crises of past, present, and future through cyclical, endless, or unresolved situations; others reflect on the passage of time as it is manifested in or by human or animal life, or approach it from the perspective of global cultural, political, ideological, and spiritual histories and customs.

Cy Gavin, Untitled (Moon), 2022 © Cy Gavin. Photo: Rob McKeever

Cy Gavin, Untitled (Moon), 2022 © Cy Gavin. Photo: Rob McKeever

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Sarah Sze, Turning and Turning, 2024 © Sarah Sze. Photo: Maris Hutchinson

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March 27–30, 2024
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre

Gagosian is participating in Art Basel Hong Kong 2024 with a selection of works by international contemporary artists. The works on view, which embrace a dizzying variety of subjects and approaches, see the participating artists identify fresh ways to disrupt established histories of abstraction and figuration, and instill sculptural and painterly representations of the natural world with complex cultural significance.

Sarah Sze, Turning and Turning, 2024 © Sarah Sze. Photo: Maris Hutchinson

Gagosian’s booth at Frieze Los Angeles 2024. Artwork, front to back: © Lauren Halsey, © Cy Gavin, © Theaster Gates. Photo: Ed Mumford

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Social Abstraction

March 1–3, 2024, booth D13
Santa Monica Airport, California

Gagosian is pleased to announce its participation in Frieze Los Angeles 2024 with Social Abstraction, a diverse selection of paintings and sculptures rooted in the exploration of historic qualities of abstraction and contemporary social realities. The first in a sequence of three presentations organized by Antwaun Sargent, Social Abstraction at Frieze Los Angeles will be followed by exhibitions in Beverly Hills this summer and in Hong Kong this fall.

The intergenerational group of Black artists in Social AbstractionDerrick AdamsTheaster GatesCy GavinLauren Halsey, and Rick Loweoperates beyond purely formal concerns to create artworks that move between and beyond figuration and abstraction. They push shape to become landscape, color to reveal people, and texture to map the totality of experience.

Gagosian’s booth at Frieze Los Angeles 2024. Artwork, front to back: © Lauren Halsey, © Cy Gavin, © Theaster Gates. Photo: Ed Mumford

Cy Gavin, Untitled (Crossroads/meadow), 2022 © Cy Gavin. Photo: Rob McKeever


Cy Gavin
Joyce Alexander Wein Artist Prize 2023

Cy Gavin has been named the winner of the Joyce Alexander Wein Artist Prize, awarded by the Studio Museum in Harlem, New York. Presented each year at the museum’s fall gala, the prize recognizes and honors the artistic achievements of an African-American artist who demonstrates great innovation, promise, and creativity. It was established in 2006 by philanthropist George Wein to honor his late wife, Joyce Alexander Wein (1928–2005), a longtime trustee of the Studio Museum and a woman whose life embodied a commitment to the power and possibilities of art and culture.

Cy Gavin, Untitled (Crossroads/meadow), 2022 © Cy Gavin. Photo: Rob McKeever

Detail from Roy Lichtenstein’s Bauhaus Stairway Mural (1989), on the cover of Gagosian Quarterly, Summer 2024

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