The WSJ's recent profile of dealer Larry Gagosian instinctively evokes comparisons with other historically important dealers like Joseph Duveen and Leo Castelli.
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The Castelli Gallery was perhaps the most prominent commercial venue for art in the world, starting from the late 1950s and continuing through the 1970s.
I first heard about Leo & His Circle, Annie Cohen-Solal's ambitious, but bizarrely unfocused, biography of the art dealer Leo Castelli, two summers ago, when I was sipping Campari with Leo's son.
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