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Ruscha Show at Gagosian

The Gagosian Gallery’s Rome office in the Palazzo Borghese, which was opened about a year ago, introduced an exhibition of new drawings by Ed Ruscha on June 4.

NEW YORK—The Gagosian Gallery’s Rome office in the Palazzo Borghese, which was opened about a year ago, introduced an exhibition of new drawings by Ed Ruscha on June 4.

The exhibition is being held in connection with Ruscha’s installation at the United States Pavilion at the 51st Venice Biennale. A spokeswoman for Gagosian notes that the space—which measures about 646 square feet—is basically a private office as opposed to a gallery. However, it will be open occasionally for small exhibitions and unique shows.

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