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Andreas Gursky’s Ocean series unveiled at the Gagosian

Last Thursday evening, I attended the Andreas Gursky’s exhibition (March 4th – May 1st 2010) at the newly expanded Beverly Hills Gagosian, designed by Richard Meier and Partners. It’s more than a coincidence that Andreas Gursky, whose 99 Cent ll, Diptych (2001) photograph holds the auction record for the most expensive photograph ever sold ($3.3 million at Sotheby’s in 2007), is the first artist to exhibit in the newly expanded Beverly Hills gallery. Gursky’s large-scale color photographs of trading floors, hotel lobbies, raves, and landscapes are excellent at portraying the busy obliviousness….

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Andreas Gursky’s Ocean series unveiled at the Gagosian

Last Thursday evening, I attended the Andreas Gursky’s exhibition (March 4th – May 1st 2010) at the newly expanded Beverly Hills Gagosian, designed by Richard Meier and Partners. It’s more than a coincidence that Andreas Gursky, whose 99 Cent ll, Diptych (2001) photograph holds the auction record for the most expensive photograph ever sold ($3.3 million at Sotheby’s in 2007), is the first artist to exhibit in the newly expanded Beverly Hills gallery. Gursky’s large-scale color photographs of trading floors, hotel lobbies, raves, and landscapes are excellent at portraying the busy obliviousness….

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Read it. Loath it. Love it. Forget it. “My Name is Charles Saatchi and I am an Artoholic”

Art collector, gallery owner and founder of the global advertising agency, Charles Saatchi is famously publicity – shy, a reluctant interviewee who never attends his own gallery openings, or anyone else’s for the matter. This book brings together his unflinching

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Read it. Loath it. Love it. Forget it. “My Name is Charles Saatchi and I am an Artoholic”

Art collector, gallery owner and founder of the global advertising agency, Charles Saatchi is famously publicity – shy, a reluctant interviewee who never attends his own gallery openings, or anyone else’s for the matter. This book brings together his unflinching

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