"When Pablo informed me that nobody would leave a man like him, I said ‘Ha! That we will see!' Pablo should not have provoked my aggressiveness," Françoise Gilot told John Richardson in a frank interview published in the catalogue for "Picasso and Françoise Gilot: Paris-Vallauris, 1943–1953." The exhibition, currently on view at Gagosian in New York [through June 30], centers on an emotional partnership and artistic dialogue between two painters Read more
The gallery is set to launch a free iPad app, possibly this week, pending approval from Apple. Something of a hybrid between a museum website and an online magazine, the app will be issued in "editions" and updated quarterly. It will offer information on the gallery's past, current and upcoming exhibitions as well as artist bios and exhibition reviews. Designed by @radical.media, a high-end international transmedia company, the app takes Read more
The third in a series of museum-quality exhibitions organized by Picasso biographer John Richardson for Gagosian Gallery, "Picasso and Marie-Thérèse: L'amour fou" focuses on the years 1927–1941, the time span of this couple's passionate relationship. For the show—currently on view in New York through June 25—Richardson collaborated with art historian Diana Widmaier Picasso, the granddaughter of Picasso and his lover, Marie-Thérèse. Read more
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