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Damien Hirst's exhibition of Spot Paintings lacks originality and creates a sense of commercialism rather than genuine art. Australian Indigenous Artists are and have always been the authentic Artists, delivering significant cultural meaning and narrative.
My Daughter is studying fine art & Jenny Saville is her favourite artist - so we were delighted to find a Jenny Saville exhibition at the Gagosian Gallery. The Gallery itself is stunning light, airy & peaceful building.
It was quite breathtaking the way the...More
This is le creme de la creme of galleries. Dozen locations internationally but founded in NYC (3 locations). Premier artists and extremely knowledgeable assistants to explain, inform, educate. A must if you are interested in or an afficinado of fine art.
There is nothing quite like seeing the original artworks as opposed to looking at them in a catalogue. We arrived at the gallery and walking in was a revelation, I had no idea of the scale of the works and suddenly realised that they are...More
This gallery showcases artists that have already made themselves a huge name. Jeff Koons, Richard Sarah, Damian Hirst and others.
It usually showcases large pieces of art. Interactive with the audience.
Closed on Mondays.
The Gagosian gallery is located in the trendy neighborhood of Chelsea. If you enjoy seeing great contemporary art exhibits, then visit this gallery. There are also other good ones near by so taking a stroll around might be rewarding.
This place is one of the finer galleries in the city. They may have some edgy artists but always put on a good exhibition. One day when I have some more money aI may be able to afford the pieces that I love to see...More
Home to hundreds of art galleries, beautiful brownstones, and one of New York’s newest and most popular attractions, Chelsea is one of the city’s jewels when it comes to neighbourhood life. The contemporary art scene is an integral part of the neighbourhood’s identity, with gallery openings almost every night of the week and countless exhibits to explore. As a longtime hub of gay culture in New York
City, it’s also a diverse district with a vibrant nightlife scene. The opening of the High Line, an abandoned elevated train track transformed into a world-class pedestrian park, gave this neighbourhood new life as a tourist destination. The High Line provides visitors with a tranquil, elevated space with incomparable views, providing an unparalleled way to experience the city.