FUTURE\PACE introduces a pioneering approach to commissioning major artworks in the public realm. Collaborating with innovative artists, The New Makers, Future\Pace will re-examine the role of public art, architecture, urban planning and regeneration. The ‘gallery without walls’ will add new layers of meaning and wonder to the built environment and public realm. Read more from the New Makers manifesto here. #FUTUREPACE
Established by Pace London President Mollie Dent-Brocklehurst and Futurecity Founder Mark Davy, the new venture will offer a pioneering approach to commissioning art ‘in the public realm’. The partnership builds on the expansive and important histories of both Pace and Futurecity, bridging Pace’s extensive global resources with Futurecity’s innovative approach to developing large scale commissions for artists in the public realm. Future\Pace will explore a world where the interchange of di
During Art Basel Hong Kong 2014, Carsten Nicolai will present a new audio-visual installation, α (alpha) pulse. Each night from May 15 to May 17, 2014, α (alpha) pulse will generate a light pattern that will pulsate in a synchronized frequency across the entire façade of Hong Kong's iconic International Commerce Centre (ICC) on the Kowloon harbor front. Pace Gallery is pleased to participate in Art Basel Hong Kong, taking place at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. The gallery
Pace is pleased to announce its inaugural participation in ArtInternational Istanbul, taking place at Halic Congress Center, from 16–18 September 2013. The gallery’s booth D2 will include a selection of paintings, works on paper, sculptures, photographs, installations, video, and multimedia works spanning from the 1980s to the present.
The German artist Carsten Nicolai is known for his works that experiment with perception and phenomenology. At The Pace Gallery in New York he presents two works that play with the laws of nature and optical illusion: One of them is the work Raster Gradient that fills the entire back wall of The Pace Gallery’s 22nd Street exhibition space. The pattern changes the perception of the hall, it optically expands and contracts the gallery space. The highlight of the show is certainly the work Pionier I
The Pace Gallery has released an iPhone app for its current show of new artwork by Carsten Nicolai. The app, which is available in Apple's iTunes Store, presents a virtual tour of Nicolai's exhibition moiré, on view at Pace's W. 25th Street location through June 25. "Carsten Nicolai: moiré" highlights the artist's continued exploration of patterns and grid systems, from the simplest to the most complex. The exhibition features several new works by the artist, including a laser installation, a s
German artist Carsten Nicolai is also a musician and performer, the proprietor of a record label, overseer of an intense amount of information on YouTube, and a publisher. But, if there's one thing I would be hard-pressed to call him, it's a man with a painterly style. Take, for example, his last exhibition, for which he created a catalogue featuring a seemingly infinite number of grids. His next show, at The Pace Gallery in New York, is based on the moiré, the type of visual interference that re
This exhibition highlights Carsten Nicolai's continued exploration of patterns and grid systems, from the simplest to the most complex. The show features several new works by the artist, including a laser installation, a screen, and three dynamic sculptures that reveal the artist's multifaceted interests in art, science, and music.
Entitled monitor, the installation consists of custom made neon tubes. Conceived to create a link between the inside and outside of the building, its light play communicates movement and sound. The artwork was installed to coincide with last month's Parallel Voices series at the Siobhan Davies Studios. Curated by Carsten Nicolai, this year’s Parallel Voices series featured internationally renowned composers and musicians, choreographers and dancers, curators and scientists. The monitor ins
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