GAGOSIAN AND THE COVID-19

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After more than a month of coronavirus shutdowns, Gagosian is feeling the economic pressure. The mega-gallery, which had previously closed all of its 18 spaces amid the growing health crisis, announced this week that it would furlough part-time staff and interns while also implementing salary reductions for full-time employees across the board.

“Gagosian, like most businesses, is facing an unprecedented time due to the global Coronavirus pandemic.” said Virginia Coleman, a spokeswoman for the company. “It is our hope that these reductions will help ensure the gallery stays strong.”

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