Larry Gagosian's 2nd London gallery displays contemporary art in a 1,400 sq m space converted by architects Caruso St John from a former garage.
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It is wonderfully located, with a sleek interior design. The current exhibition was interesting to say the least.
by d3779 (3 reviews
), 10 Dec 2011
Beautiful. Easy to see properly and enjoy.
by Ann Warner, 09 Mar 2011
Wonderful big chunky art space space in hip, cooler than cool Kings Cross. Saw the Howard Hodgkins there, his amazing colours looked great on the big industrial white walls.
by Deenos, 04 Apr 2008
by la la la la, 27 Mar 2008
I think their space in Kings Cross is great and accommodates large work well.
by margaretlynn, 03 Feb 2008
I was bowled over by the interior. Fantastically well conceived space, which is close to unrivaled in London. The Sugimoto exhibition fitted it perfectly, though the (ahem) Damien Hirsts suffered bad reflections in the smaller gallery.
Sure Kings Cross is stinky but it's not a bad location. In fact it's relatively brave given that it's not a standard location for a gallery.
Not 'cold' for me but 'perfectly pitched' I'd say.
by Anonymous, 27 Apr 2005
In a very poor location, tries to show the pieces without distraction but just looks sterile and cold.
by Anonymous, 10 Apr 2005
I saw the Cy Twombly exhibition which was well suited to this vast open space. It feels empty and cold but holds this type of work well.
by Anonymous, 30 Oct 2004
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