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Gagosian Quarterly

Spring 2018 Issue

Gagosian Quarterly’s first issue of 2018 is now available and begins the year with a stunning new work by Ed Ruscha on its cover.

In this issue, we meditate on Sally Mann’s landscapes of Civil War battlefields and learn about Man Ray’s forced flee from Paris to Los Angeles during World War II. Takashi Murakami reinterprets the work of Edo period painter Soga Shōhaku with scholar Nobuo Tsuji and Glenn Brown tells Hari Kunzru about the ways the past breathes life into his newest works. Author Francine Prose, in the first installment of her four-part series “The Lives of the Artists,” weaves a tale of a Venetian painter whose artistic talent is as much a curse as it is a gift. We look at Giuseppe Penone’s recent installation in the hills of Gstaad, the drawings of Richard Serra, an interview with Jed Perl and Alexander S.C. Rower on the first volume of the Alexander Calder biography, and much more!

10 × 13 inches (25.1 × 33 cm); 166 pages; Fully illustrated

Designed by Graphic Thought Facility, London; Printed by Pureprint Group, Uckfield

Weight: 2 lbs. 2.5 oz.

 

 

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Front cover
Interior pages
Interior pages
Interior pages
Interior pages
Interior pages
Interior pages
Back cover

Gagosian Quarterly

Spring 2018 Issue
$20.00 USD

Gagosian Quarterly’s first issue of 2018 is now available and begins the year with a stunning new work by Ed Ruscha on its cover.

In this issue, we meditate on Sally Mann’s landscapes of Civil War battlefields and learn about Man Ray’s forced flee from Paris to Los Angeles during World War II. Takashi Murakami reinterprets the work of Edo period painter Soga Shōhaku with scholar Nobuo Tsuji and Glenn Brown tells Hari Kunzru about the ways the past breathes life into his newest works. Author Francine Prose, in the first installment of her four-part series “The Lives of the Artists,” weaves a tale of a Venetian painter whose artistic talent is as much a curse as it is a gift. We look at Giuseppe Penone’s recent installation in the hills of Gstaad, the drawings of Richard Serra, an interview with Jed Perl and Alexander S.C. Rower on the first volume of the Alexander Calder biography, and much more!

10 × 13 inches (25.1 × 33 cm); 166 pages; Fully illustrated

Designed by Graphic Thought Facility, London; Printed by Pureprint Group, Uckfield

Weight: 2 lbs. 2.5 oz.

 

 

Preview issue here

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