Larry Gagosian Opened Third Gallery With Calder’s Exhibit in Paris Near Place Vendôme
Larry Gagosian has recently opened his third gallery. In addition, an exhibition of Calder was presented near Place Vendôme. There, you can see a monumental sculpture of red color created by Alexander Calder.
The new space takes place at 9 Rue de Castiglione in Paris and is smaller than Gagosian’s first gallery which is located on Rue de Ponthieu and the second one which is situated next to Le Bourget airport.
The building is a part of Hotel Lotti which was built in 1910 and features elevated ceilings and long windows. The establishment is located just a few minutes of walking from Louvre and Jeu de Paume. The space gives more flexibility for artists who can now present more of their works of art.
Calder’s large sculpture called Flying Dragon sculpture will be on display until January 2. This is the third sculpture that is available in a public space in Paris.
It is planned, the gallery will host three or four exhibitions per year, however, it all depends on the coronavirus pandemic.
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