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Brice Marden
Inner Space

May 14–August 28, 2022
Kunstmuseum Basel

Inner Space includes more than ninety works created between 1972 and 2019, including drawings and paintings from Brice Marden’s own collection, several of which have never before been shared with the public. Studies for Marden’s unrealized commission to redesign the choir windows of Basel’s medieval cathedral are shown alongside his rarely exhibited Window Paintings. By juxtaposing drawings with paintings, the exhibition focuses on the process-based nature of the artist’s approach.

Installation view, Brice Marden: Inner Space, Kunstmuseum Basel, May 14–August 28, 2022. Artwork © Brice Marden/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. Photo: Jonas Hänggi

Installation view, Brice Marden: Inner Space, Kunstmuseum Basel, May 14–August 28, 2022. Artwork © Brice Marden/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. Photo: Jonas Hänggi

Pablo Picasso’s painting of a woman laying before a mirror against a blue patterned wall on the cover of Gagosian Quarterly. A gold and black “Gagosian” sticker sits at the top.

Now available
Gagosian Quarterly Winter 2023

The Winter 2023 issue of Gagosian Quarterly is now available, featuring Pablo Picasso’s Le miroir (1932) on its cover.

Brice Marden

Brice Marden

Larry Gagosian celebrates the unmatched life and legacy of Brice Marden.

Georg Baselitz and Richard Calvocoressi sit next to each other in the artist’s studio

In Conversation
Georg Baselitz and Richard Calvocoressi

In conjunction with the exhibition The Painter in His Bed, at Gagosian, New York, Georg Baselitz and Richard Calvocoressi discuss the motif of the stag in the artist’s newest paintings.  

Portrait of Pierre Mahéo

Officine Générale: Pierre Mahéo

In October 2023, Officine Générale, the Paris-based brand of elegantly crafted, understated menswear and womenswear, opened its newest store on Madison Avenue in New York. Pierre Mahéo, the brand’s founder and creative director, met with the Quarterly’s Wyatt Allgeier at this location to discuss the evolution and consistency of his process, the influence of modernists like Charlotte Perriand, and what’s next for the brand.

Lee Miller, Fire Masks, 21 Downshire Hill, London, England 1941, 1941

Lee Miller and Friends

The American Surrealist photographer Lee Miller is the subject of the exhibition Seeing Is Believing at Gagosian, New York. Here we present a conversation on the stewardship of Miller’s legacy, her photography and writing from the frontlines of war to the pages of Vogue, and the intertwined lives of her friends, lovers, and the many artists she knew.

Dora Maar, Portrait de Picasso, Paris, studio du 29, rue d’Astorg, winter 1935–36

A Foreigner Called Picasso

Cocurator of the exhibition A Foreigner Called Picasso, at Gagosian, New York, Annie Cohen-Solal writes about the genesis of the project, her commitment to the figure of the outsider, and Picasso’s enduring relevance to matters geopolitical and sociological.

This Is Hardcore: Pulp, and the Making of an Image

This Is Hardcore: Pulp, and the Making of an Image

This year marks the twenty-fifth anniversary of This Is Hardcore, the sixth album by the band Pulp. A new book by Paul Burgess and Louise Colbourne celebrates the occasion by bringing together behind-the-scenes imagery and anecdotes from the creation of the album and its music videos. Author Young Kim reflects on the album’s impact, both musical and visual, on the late ’90s and speaks with the primary collaborators—Pulp lead singer Jarvis Cocker, art director Peter Saville, and artist John Currin—behind the iconic imagery.

Ewa Juszkiewicz in her studio, Poland, 2023

Reanimating History: Ewa Juszkiewicz and Jennifer Higgie in Conversation

Writer and art historian Jennifer Higgie met with Ewa Juszkiewicz to learn more about the painter’s process, her varied inspirations, and her views on the social and emotional roles of art.

Five dancers huddle together under a white light

The Road Opens: In Conversation with Okwui Okpokwasili

Multidisciplinary artist Okwui Okpokwasili’s new work adaku, part 1: the road opens is a continuation of her efforts to bring West African forms of dance, poetry, song, and theater into a contemporary framework. Catching up with Okpokwasili after the work’s premiere in Los Angeles this past spring, Rennie McDougall traces adaku’s artistic lineages ahead of its New York debut in the fall.

A Horse, of Course

A Horse, of Course

Alix Browne considers the enduring presence of horses in the contemporary imagination.

Poster art for Avanti! (1972), directed by Billy Wilder

Kiss Me, Stupid

Carlos Valladares mines the history of the romantic comedy and proposes an expanded canon for the genre.

Harry Smith in profile

The Art of Biography: Cosmic Scholar, The Life & Times of Harry Smith

Raymond Foye sits down with John Szwed to discuss his recent biography of the experimental polymath.