Gagosian Quarterly offers unprecedented behind-the-art access and insightful editorial by leading art world professionals, including studio visits, artist profiles, collaborations, visionary exhibitions from influential curators, archival gems, historical revelations, and much more.
This fall, join Gagosian Quarterly for a revelatory look at legacy: with nods to the past, eyes on the present, and ruminations on the future. We visit Brice Marden in his studio as he prepares to premiere a new body of monochrome paintings, building on ideas that have permeated his practice since early in his career, discuss the extensive drawing practice of John Currin, and examine the street lamps of Chris Burden.
Thinking of the legacies that have inspired us, we bring you a look into the new initiatives and rich history of the Henry Moore Foundation and we reflect on a period of daring experimentation in the career of Helen Frankenthaler. Moving into the present, we speak with Peter Marino and Y.Z. Kami, long-time friends, about the persistence of bronze, the state of architecture, and the infinite. With the first volume of Zeng Fanzhi’s catalogue raisonné forthcoming, we take a fresh look at the early years of the artist. We also feature Jean-Michel Basquiat, Jeff Koons, Edmund de Waal, Roe Ethridge, William Forsythe, Adriana Varejão, Alex Israel, Henri Matisse, and the third installment of Christopher Bollen’s St. Kit of New York.
10 × 13 inches (25.1 × 33 cm); 184 pages; Fully illustrated
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