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Art Market & You : GAGOSIAN GALLERY IN BEVERLY HILLS

Through Art Market & You, Art From Us provides you Analysis, Opinion and Factual Reports regarding the current on-goings of the Global Art Market. In this article, we explore Gagosian Gallery Beverly Hills .

The Gagosian Gallery is one of the biggest names in the international art world. It was set up in Los Angeles, in 1980 by Larry Gagosian. Since its very inception, the gallery and its founder have been trendsetters and tastemakers in art. It was one of the first spaces to invite young new artists to showcase their works. Robert Rauschenberg, Willem De Kooning, Roy Lichtenstein and innumerable other Modern and Contemporary greats were given a platform by young Larry.

Today, the gallery has franchises in cities around the globe. And in its latest venture, the gallery plans to expand to 90210 – Beverly Hills.

Where Art Meets Pasta

The Gallery is set to re-open its doors in 2020. This blue-chip gallery is set to share its space with the world renowned pasta chef Evan Funke, and Gusto 54 Restaurant Group. The new space approximately covers a total area of  9,500 square feet. What are they going to do there? It will mainly be occupied by Funke’s new restaurant. The Gagosian gets to use the remaining space as it pleases. Some feel they might store art here, whilst others predict they shall display here. In addition to this, the new Gagosian gallery will curate the restaurant’s display collection.


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