Opened in 1979 in Los Angeles by Larry Gagosian and is considered to be one of the world’s foremost modern and contemporary art galleries.
Gagosian Gallery has dedicated itself to organizing important exhibitions of contemporary art, while presenting earlier works of art from the modern era.
There are 14 galleries worldwide—5 in New York City, 1 in Beverly Hills, 2 in London and Paris, and 1 in Rome, Athens, Geneva, and Hong Kong. These have been designed by architects including Richard Gluckman (New York), Richard Meier (Beverly Hills), Caruso St John (London), Jean-François Bodin (Paris) and Jean Nouvel (Paris).
Panel Discussion: Peter Neufeld, Barry Scheck, and Taryn Simon, Sunday, June 25, 3PM at Guild Hall, East Hampton, New York.
On the occasion of her exhibition "The Innocents" at Guild Hall, Taryn Simon will introduce a panel discussion with Innocence Project Co-Directors Peter Neufeld and Barry Scheck and individuals who have been exonerated. This exhibition coincides with the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Innocence Project, a nonprofit legal organization that works to reform the criminal justice system. To attend the free event, RSVP at give.guildhall.org. #TarynSimon#TheInnocents #Gagosian
Image: (1) Frederick Daye, Alibi location, American Legion Post 310, San Diego, California, where 13 witnesses placed Daye at the time of the crime, Served 10 years of a Life sentence for Rape, Kidnapping and Vehicle Theft, "The Innocents," 2002, framed archival inkjet print, 48 1/4 x 62 1/4 inches (122.6 x 158.1 cm) (2) Charles Irvin Fain, Scene of the crime, the Snake River, Melba, Idaho, Served 18 years of a Death sentence for Murder, Rape and Kidnapping, “The Innocents,” 2002, framed archival inkjet print, 48 1⁄4 x 62 1⁄4 inches (122.6 x 158.1 cm) (3) Larry Mayes, Scene of arrest, The Royal Inn, Gary, Indiana, Police found Mayes hiding beneath a mattress in this room, Served 18.5 years of an 80-year sentence for Rape, Robbery and Unlawful Deviate Conduct, “The Innocents,” 2002, framed archival inkjet print, 48 1/4 x 62 1/4 inches (122.6 x 158.1 cm) (4) Troy Webb, Scene of the crime, The Pines, Virginia Beach, Virginia, Served 7 years of a 47-year sentence for Rape, Kidnapping and Robbery, “The Innocents,” 2002, framed archival inkjet print, 48 1⁄4 x 62 1⁄4 inches (122.6 x 158.1 cm) (5) Tim Durham, Skeet shooting, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 11 alibi witnesses placed Durham at a skeet-shooting competition at the time of the crime, Served 3.5 years of a 3,220 year sentence for Rape and Robbery, “The Innocents,” 2002, framed archival inkjet print, 48 1⁄4 x 62 1⁄4 inches (122.6 x 158.1 cm)
Image 13: Gregory Crewdson @crewdsonstudio #igtakeover On the set of Beneath the Bridge, 2014 Behind the scenes photo by my longtime camera operator Daniel Karp @dannoh
The entire series CATHEDRAL OF THE PINES opens in London at #thephotographersgallery tomorrow June 23 with a book signing June 24 at 15.00 at @tpgbookshop @crewdsonstudio