Larry Gagosian @ Interview Magazine

‘GAGOSIAN: I’d also seen you at the Castelli Gallery. We didn’t meet, but you looked like you were important, so I asked Leo afterwards, “Who was that?” That’s how I think your name got filed away.’

‘A lot of times it’s not the show so much as the effort it took to pull it off. For example, getting Frank Sinatra to sell an Edward Hopper painting. I had to call so many people and friends of his and his son-in-law and his wife, Barbara . . . I worked on that for so long. I really wanted that painting.’

De wereld van het grote geld, Peter M. Brant in gesprek met Larry Gagosian.

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