|Birth name|| Lawrence Gilbert Gagosian|
|Other names|| Go-Go|
|Birthplace|| Los Angeles|
|Birth date|| 19 April 1945|
Gagosian was described by Art Review as a 'mega-dealer'
Art dealer Larry Gagosian has topped a list of the art world's 100 most powerful figures.
The annual chart, compiled by the magazine Art Review, called Mr Gagosian "the world's greatest art businessman". Sir Nicholas Serota, the director of the Tate galleries, remained in third place for the second year. But art collector Charles Saatchi dropped 11 places down the list to number 17. He topped the chart in 2002 and was sixth in 2003.
Los Angeles-born Gagosian opened the largest private gallery in London earlier this year. Art Review said: "Gagosian is a figure of mystery and controversy. That alone should tell us something about the art world and the place of mega-dealers in it.
"If artists today are defined less by their styles than by the prices they command, then no individual has done more to charge that market than the dealer called GoGo."
|Birth date||19 April 1945 +|
|Birth day||19 +|
|Birth month||April +|
|Birth year||1,945 +|
|Birthplace coordinates||34° 3' 8" N, 118° 14' 37" WLatitude: 34.0522342|
Longitude: -118.2436849 +info.png
|Birthplace name||Los Angeles +|
|Other names||Go-Go +|
|Person name||Larry Gagosian +|