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What happens while you board to Miami
Career 01 Nov 2022

While some of us flock towards Miami to end the fair schedule for 2019 with some pool parties, quite a few major announcements have been made before 2018 comes to an end. We picked some of the most surprising changes:

Gagosian to represent Theaster Gates

Gagosian gallery will represent Theaster Gates, with plans for a first show with the Chicago-based artist in New York in spring 2020.
Gates’s wide-ranging practice involves work in many mediums, including sculpture, painting, video, performance, ceramics, and music, as well various activities aligned with the prospect of urban renewal in Chicago and beyond.
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John Giorno heads to Sperone Westwater

John Giorno, the storied New York artist and poet who filled social media with his 13-venue retrospective in NYC last year, is now represented by Sperone Westwater, and you can already expect to find his work at their Art Basel Miami booth this week. Next in line: A solo show with Giorno next year.
The big retrospective “I ♥ John Giorno,” which originated at the Centre Pompidou in Paris in 2015, was organized by his long time partner, Ugo Rondinone, and spanned from early works in poetry to more recent works that place pungent turns of phrase.
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A new womanboss for Timothy Taylor

Nicole Calderón has beenjust announced as the new director of Timothy Taylor’s New York gallery. She joins Taylor after working for Tina Kim Gallery in Chelsea, where she was a director.
Taylor, who also has a space in London, said in a news release “With Nicole’s appointment, we will be able to build on the success that the gallery has already found in New York since opening in 2016. Nicole will play a pivotal role in the gallery’s growth in the U.S. and beyond. I am delighted to welcome her to the gallery.”

David Altmejd joins White Cube and kicks of with HKG show

New York–based artist David Altmejd has joined White Cube’s club. The artist, who was previously represented by Andrea Rosen in New York, will have a solo exhibition of new sculptures at the gallery’s Hong Kong space in Central district to coincide with Art Basel Hong Kong in March.
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