Gagosian Gallery

Review: Avedon Warhol, Gagosian Gallery 'Effortlessly Cool'

Victoria Sadler | Posted 12.02.2017 | UK Entertainment
Victoria Sadler

Together Avedon's and Warhol's works weave together a tapestry of a time that was the height of pop culture. This was the era when legends were born and icons were made.

London Art Roundup

Dr Michael Petry | Posted 20.12.2014 | UK Entertainment
Dr Michael Petry

October is a busy time for art lovers (and haters) in London, as hundreds of shows and events happen at more-or-less the same time and a super human effort is needed to see even a small percentage of them. I tried that last year; it was just too much. This year I have seen less but enjoyed it more. My highlights are below...

Bacon, Viola, Judd, Chillida (x2), Motherwell, Richter - All in Mayfair

Lorenzo Belenguer | Posted 22.08.2013 | UK Entertainment
Lorenzo Belenguer

Every summer big players come to town. And this year after the Jubilee, the Olympics and the Paralympics are in the archives, we are spoilt by choice....

We Just Won a Damien Hirst!

Josef O'Connor | Posted 09.04.2013 | Home
Josef O'Connor

At 6ft tall, the package was tubular in shape and large enough to contain a shark - crushing my mother's hopes for a diamond skull. Without a van to drive us back to my studio the only clear option was a ride on the 73 bus, with the Damien Hirst reclining on the seat beside me.

Damien, Show Some He(art)

Josef O'Connor | Posted 29.07.2012 | Home
Josef O'Connor

Earlier this year, I embarked on a journey which saw me take 11 flights, crossing three continents, visiting 11 art galleries in eight cities and sleeping on six couches to amass over 30,000 air miles in just 14 days.

Can Digital Art Ever Match the Real Thing?

Christian Ward | Posted 20.11.2011 | UK Tech
Christian Ward

New innovations undoubtedly do much to make fine art more accessible, but can they really compete with the thrill of viewing great masters up close, in the museums and galleries that house them?

Superman and Telepathy Meet in King's Cross

James Payne | Posted 19.11.2011 | UK Entertainment
James Payne

Not since Christian Marclay's The Clock has art been such a cinematic experience as it is with Artangel's latest project, Audio Obscura in St Pancras station by poet Lavinia Greenlaw.