Commercial art gallery specializing in contemporary and modern art.
Established in 1995.
Gagosian Gallery opened a location in Beverly Hills designed by architect Richard Meier in 1995. The Beverly Hills gallery has mounted major exhibitions by Edward Ruscha, Urs Fischer, Frank Gehry, Jeff Koons, and Damien Hirst, to mention a few. The gallery doubled in size when it expanded into the space next door, in spring 2010.
Established by Larry Gagosian in Los Angeles in 1980, Gagosian is a global gallery specializing in modern and contemporary art that employs more than three hundred people at nineteen exhibition spaces across the United States, Europe, and Asia. In addition to its galleries, Gagosian is at the forefront of the digital marketplace with innovative online viewing rooms, timed to coincide with major art fairs, that include highly desirable works by today’s leading artists, transparent pricing, historical scholarship, and insightful market analysis.