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Go Go Gagosian: Lunch with the FT

I adore the Financial Times weekend edition, particularly its feature Lunch with the FT.

Larry Gagosian. Image: nymag.com

Last week, in case you missed it, mega-dealer Larry Gagosian, who was No. 1 in Art Review’s recent Power 100, had lunch with the FT’s art critic, Jackie Wullschlager.

He comes across as surprisingly humble, for a man succeeding at art-world domination, with a not-so-mini empire of galleries around the world, the most recent of which opened in Paris.

He says: “Taste changes, time will tell. But you can’t freak out about it and you can’t be paralysed because you can’t always hit the bull’s-eye when it comes to art history. That shouldn’t stop you taking your shot.

Wise words.

Read the article HERE.

One Response to “Go Go Gagosian: Lunch with the FT”

  1. Francis says:


    Thanks for the post. I agree the FT is a cultural lifeline.



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