Gagosian Gallery announces its representation of the estate of Nam June Paik. Born in Korea and living and working internationally, Paik (1932-2006) was widely acknowledged as the founder of video art, bringing television into the realm of art for the first time and presenting it as a tactile and multisensory medium.
Nam June Paik, Represented by Gagosian Gallery
Andreas Gursky’s series records the artist’s interest in environmental issues, reflecting the tragic beauty of the world’s waterways .
Turner Prize 2012 Review
This is The Turner Prize 2012, in the year of royal jubilation, sport spectacle and debt, where all eyes are on London. Expectations, as always, are high as four finalists’ works are revealed at Tate.