The Gagosian Gallery was founded by Larry Gagosian in the mid-1980s and mainly exhibits contemporary and modern art. After more than 20 years of development, Gagosian Gallery has become a premier gallery in the world, representing many internationally renowned artists.
The Gagosian Gallery itself is a work of art. The designer Richard Meyer used the vast white space to build the ceiling with the original shape of wood, which formed a strong contrast. This famous gallery also exhibits many contemporary masters’ artworks, including world-renowned Nancy Robin, Ed Rascha, Damien Hirst, Andy Warhol (Nancy Warhol). Rubins, Ed Ruscha, Damien Hirst and Andy Warhol).
In today's global art circle, gallery founder Larry Gagosian and his Gagosian gallery empire are the focus of discussion. In the 2010 and 2012 "Art Review" (Art Review) magazine selected the world's 100 art influence list, Larry Gagosian ranked first and second respectively, firmly holding the world's most influential super gallery Master status. The 11 branch galleries of Gagosian galleries around the world, the works of about 80 internationally renowned artists and more famous artists who passed away make Gagosian a legend in the gallery industry.
Antony·Gormley was born in London in 1950 and is a famous contemporary sculpture artist. He successively entered Goldsmiths College, University of London and Slade School of Fine Arts, University College London.
Yue Minjun was born in Daqing City, Heilongjiang Province in December 1962. He graduated from the Fine Arts Department of Hebei Normal University in 1989, and was a teacher of North China Petroleum Education Institute in 1989.
DAVID·HOCKNEY was born in Bradford, England in 1932. He is an openly gay artist with outstanding achievements in painting, design and other fields. When he applied to school in 1948, he entered the art class and decided to be an artist.
Weatherford rooted abstract painting in subjective experience, trying to capture the internal dynamics of light, color and form with pictures.