Did you know that Gagosian Quarterly exists? That’s right, the mega-gallery has its own quarterly art publication. You can buy it from the gallery’s online shop, and it only costs $60 for a 1-year subscription. What will $60 get you, you ask? Well, according to the magazine’s description, “in depth features covering recent and upcoming gallery exhibitions and projects, as well as information on international museum shows and art world events.”
Good stuff! It comes out every February, May, September, and November, and boasts “essays by esteemed scholars to interviews offering insider knowledge about artists’ studio practices and archives.”
Why is this the art magazine no one in the art world seems to know about? Especially since the September issue includes editorials on Alexander Calder, Helen Frankenthaler, Anselm Kiefer, Jenny Saville, and so much more. In case you were wondering, those are all Gago represented artists, so you can buy their work too. What a steal. And there’s even a 20% discount on subscriptions right now.
Don’t mistake this for a sponsored post. We’re genuinely interested.