In 2009 Yvon Lambert closed his London gallery, in Hoxton Square, after a year in business. In 2011 he closed his Chelsea gallery in New York, which had opened in 2003. This December, his longest-standing and last remaining gallery is closing, the one he opened in the Marais, in Paris, in 1986 – 20 years after his first Paris gallery opened. Thus comes to a conclusion Lambert’s half-century at the forefront of contemporary art dealing. For his parting shot, Lambert has chosen…
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