Showcasing an ever-changing programme of contemporary art, London's Gagosian Gallery, owned by Larry Gagosian, is one of 11 worldwide. The large, airy space has exhibited big names including Andy Warhol, Damien Hirst, Jackson Pollock and Roy Lichtenstein. All art is for sale.
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Gagosian Gallery: Britannia Street
4-24 Britannia Street
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i have seen some amazing exhibition at the Gagosian since moving to London. people always forget about this tucked away gallery which is a shame because it's really worth a visit. The space itself is great, large and spacious with really good lighting during the day. it's free of course, which in my books makes it even better. I have seen some big names exhibit here and also discovered some...more
I went last Saturday to the Gagosian Gallery in Britannia Street. It is located in a quiet street very near to Kings Cross station. The venue has tall ceilings and was painted on white what gives it an industrial look. There were two expositions when I visited the gallery: A single piece of Richard Serra and several paintings of Mark Grotjahn. I liked the feel of the gallery that was very...more
Huzzah for UK Yelp! Finally! So I am going to Yelp a two year old show and gallery visit for my 400th review. Nyah.
This gallery was the art highlight (and only art visit since I went with and for my two teenage sons who abhor art galleries/museums) of my very short trip to London two years ago. I came to see the Francis Bacon triptychs and was not disappointed. For an added bonus, Damien...more
As one of the many galleries owned by the art mogul, Larry Gagosian, this one will not leave you disappointed. Located near King's Cross, on Britania Street, this gallery boasts a couple of large, bright, white rooms perfect for exhibiting big art installations. The current exhibition on show by Richard Serra, is the perfect work for showing the gallery at its full potential.
I first came here for the Michael Craig Martin Private view which was some time ago. The difference between going to a private view in the Gagosian and a private view in other galleries is there is no wine, I might have been a bit early but I didn't see a glass in sight.
The space itself is great though, with one main large room and two smaller rooms to each side, I've been in the gallery in...more