Originally conceived as both a public art gallery and private residence in Venice Beach for art dealer Larry Gagosian, the Gagosian Gallery, or Palazzo Gagosian, the building evokes the language of classical architecture while staying conscientious of the nondescript transitioning Venice neighborhood around it.

Complex in programming, each space was to remain mutually exclusive as an art gallery, a residential apartment, and an independently accessible space used for a variety of functions.

 

Originally conceived as both a public art gallery and private residence in Venice Beach for art dealer Larry Gagosian, the Gagosian Gallery, or Palazzo Gagosian, the building evokes the language of classical architecture while staying conscientious of the nondescript transitioning Venice neighborhood around it.

Complex in programming, each space was to remain mutually exclusive as an art gallery, a residential apartment, and an independently accessible space used for a variety of functions.

 

Originally conceived as both a public art gallery and private residence in Venice Beach for art dealer Larry Gagosian, the Gagosian Gallery, or Palazzo Gagosian, the building evokes the language of classical architecture while staying conscientious of the nondescript transitioning Venice neighborhood around it.

Complex in programming, each space was to remain mutually exclusive as an art gallery, a residential apartment, and an independently accessible space used for a variety of functions.

 

Originally conceived as both a public art gallery and private residence in Venice Beach for art dealer Larry Gagosian, the Gagosian Gallery, or Palazzo Gagosian, the building evokes the language of classical architecture while staying conscientious of the nondescript transitioning Venice neighborhood around it.

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Complex in programming, each space was to remain mutually exclusive as an art gallery, a residential apartment, and an independently accessible space used for a variety of functions.