An exhibition of new work by Yto Barrada, delving into her research on Moroccan fossils and dinosaurs, and exploring notions of the imprint, the trace, the status of archives and the industries which drive them. It will mark the gallery's second exhibition and follow Barrada's reception of the 2015 Abraaj Group Art Prize.
Robert Irwin’s site-conditioned installation, Excursus: Homage to the Square³ is now on view at Dia:Beacon through May 2017. Originally presented at Dia Center for the Arts in Chelsea from 1998 to 2000, this new iteration is Irwin’s first installation for Dia:Beacon, for which he designed the master plan.
CNN’s Christiane Amanpour interviewed Michal Rovner about the artist’s exhibition Panorama at Pace London.
In the interview, Rovner discusses themes, techniques and images in the exhibition, the sociological undercurrents that inform her practice, and the role of artists. She says that artists can “give you another viewpoint, maybe a fresh viewpoint, of a reality.”
Pace is pleased to announce an exhibition of Tara Donovan’s newest pin drawings on view from May 9 to August 21, 2015, at 32 East 57th Street. A concurrent exhibition of Donovan's prints is on view one floor above at Pace Prints from May 8 to June 27.
Pace is pleased to announce its second solo exhibition of Lee Ufan. It is the artist’s first exhibition in New York since his landmark 2011 survey at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, and follows his 2014 solo presentation of twelve site-specific works created for the Château de Versailles. The exhibition will be on view from May 15 to August 21 at 534 West 25th Street.
Pace is pleased to announce a new exhibition of work by Lucas Samaras featuring 720 photographs and a mirrored room installation. The exhibition is on view through August 28, 2015, at 510 West 25th Street.
To accompany the exhibition, Pace will publish a catalogue featuring a new text by the artist in addition to an app, available on iOS, with all of the images in the exhibition. Download the app here.
Adrian Ghenie opens May 9 at the Romanian Pavilion for the 56th Venice Biennale. Ghenie joined Pace in 2011, and had a solo exhibition, Golems at Pace London in June 2014.
Curated by Mihai Pop, the Romanian Pavilion showcases Darwin’s Room, a selection of paintings organized across three rooms, each room and the works therein represent a theme: The Tempest, The Portrait Gallery (Self-portrait as Charles Darwin), and The Dissonances of History.
Pace is a leading contemporary art gallery representing many of the most significant international artists and estates of the 20th and 21st centuries. Founded by Arne Glimcher in Boston in 1960 and led by Marc Glimcher, Pace has been a constant, vital force in the art world and has introduced many renowned artists’ work to the public for the first time. Over the past five decades, the gallery has mounted more than 700 exhibitions, including scholarly shows that have subsequently traveled to museums, and has published nearly 400 exhibition catalogues. Today, Pace has eight locations worldwide: four galleries in New York, two in London, a 25,000 square-foot gallery in Beijing, and a recently opened exhibition space in Hong Kong.