Gagosian Quarterly: Summer 2017 Issue
The Summer 2017 issue of Gagosian Quarterly features Urs Fischer’s painting Cerium (2016) on its cover. In this issue, familiar subjects are examined through an unexpected lens, revealing intriguing new aspects of canonical artists and artworks. Among this issue’s focuses are Henri Matisse’s powerful and pervasive influence on Tom Wesselmann; Pablo Picasso’s emotionally fraught alter ego, the Minotaur; and the sculptures of Alberto Giacometti, as seen through the lens of photographer Peter Lindbergh. Giuseppe Penone invites readers into his studio as he rethinks and reinvents the traditional artist monograph. The issue also includes interviews with Howard Hodgkin, Ellen Gallagher, Carsten Höller, and much more.