International art dealer Larry Gagosian will occupy part of the now defunct Marciano Art Foundation building in Los Angeles, reports Variety.
The gallerist will take 13,000-square-feet for programming in the first-floor Grand Theater Gallery beginning in January of 2021.
Designed by artist and educator Millard Sheets, the 90,000-square-foot building was formerly a Masonic hall, among other uses, and served as the Marciano Art Foundation beginning in 2017.
Fashion tycoon brothers Maurice and Paul Marciano purschased the property in 2013 for $8 million and opened the private art museum there in May of 2017. The foundation closed after employees attempted to unionize in November 2019.