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Pace Galleries

Seattle Art Fair

Smith, Tony Mistake, 1963. cast bronze, black patina, 14-3/8" x 16" x 14-1/8" (36.5 cm x 40.6 cm x 35.9 cm).

Smith, Tony Mistake, 1963. cast bronze, black patina, 14-3/8" x 16" x 14-1/8" (36.5 cm x 40.6 cm x 35.9 cm).

Smith, Tony Untitled, 1960. oil on canvas, 48" x 60-1/4" (121.9 cm x 153 cm).

Smith, Tony Untitled, 1960. oil on canvas, 48" x 60-1/4" (121.9 cm x 153 cm).

Smith, Kiki Coming Day, 2016. bronze, 11-3/4" x 12-5/8" x 15" (29.8 cm x 32.1 cm x 38.1 cm).

Smith, Kiki Coming Day, 2016. bronze, 11-3/4" x 12-5/8" x 15" (29.8 cm x 32.1 cm x 38.1 cm).

Turrell, James From Aten Reign, 2015. Ukiyo-e Japanese style woodcut with relief printing, 26" x 18-1/2" (66 cm x 47 cm).

Turrell, James From Aten Reign, 2015. Ukiyo-e Japanese style woodcut with relief printing, 26" x 18-1/2" (66 cm x 47 cm).

Hockney, David "Untitled No.14" from "The Yosemite Suite", 2010. iPad drawing printed on paper, 37" x 28" (94 cm x 71.1 cm).

Hockney, David "Untitled No.14" from "The Yosemite Suite", 2010. iPad drawing printed on paper, 37" x 28" (94 cm x 71.1 cm).

Pendleton, Adam Untitled (A Victim of American Democracy), 2016 . silkscreen ink and spray paint on canvas, 8' 11" x 4' 11" x 1-1/2" (271.8 cm x 149.9 cm x 3.8 cm).

Pendleton, Adam Untitled (A Victim of American Democracy), 2016 . silkscreen ink and spray paint on canvas, 8' 11" x 4' 11" x 1-1/2" (271.8 cm x 149.9 cm x 3.8 cm).

Rauschenberg, Robert Bunga Kuil (Flower Temple), ROCI Malaysia, 1990. acrylic, pencil and fabric collage on plywood panel, 60" x 49-1/4" (152.4 cm x 125.1 cm).

Rauschenberg, Robert Bunga Kuil (Flower Temple), ROCI Malaysia, 1990. acrylic, pencil and fabric collage on plywood panel, 60" x 49-1/4" (152.4 cm x 125.1 cm).

Noland, Kenneth Indo, 1977. acrylic on canvas, 76-1/4" x 94-1/2" (193.7 cm x 240 cm).

Noland, Kenneth Indo, 1977. acrylic on canvas, 76-1/4" x 94-1/2" (193.7 cm x 240 cm).
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Press Release

  • Seattle Art Fair

    Palo Alto—Pace is pleased to announce its participation in the Seattle Art Fair, which will be held at the CenturyLink Field Event Center from August 3 to 6, 2017. The gallery (booth A12) will present a selection of work in a variety of media by Tara Donovan, Kevin Francis Gray, David Hockney, Loie Hollowell, Sol LeWitt, Kohei Nawa, Kenneth Noland, Adam Pendleton, Kiki Smith, Tony Smith, teamLab, James Turrell and Leo Villareal.

    The booth will have a special focus on Tony Smith, displaying works in sculptures, paintings and works on paper done over the course of the artist’s career. In anticipation of her first solo show at Pace, the booth will also feature new paintings by Loie Hollowell. The exhibition will be on view from September 22 through October 29,2017 at Pace Palo Alto, 229 Hamilton Avenue and an opening reception for the artists will be held on Thursday, September 21 from 4 to 7 p.m.

    Pace Gallery is a leading contemporary art gallery representing many of the most significant international artists and estates of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. Founded by Arne Glimcher in Boston in 1960 and currently 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. Pace has mounted more than 900 exhibitions, including scholarly shows that have subsequently traveled to museums, and published over 450 exhibition catalogues. In recent years, Pace has continuously expanded the possibilities for its role in the contemporary art ecosystem, engaging in collaborations with cultural institutions around the world, establishing the Pace Art + Technology new media center, and the Future\Pace public art brand in a demonstration of the organization's focus on the future. Today, Pace has nine locations worldwide: three galleries in New York; one in London; one in Palo Alto, California; a 25,000 square-foot gallery in Beijing, and exhibition spaces in Hong Kong, Paris and Seoul. Having most recently opened Pace Seoul earlier this year, Pace will open a second location in Hong Kong by the end of 2017.

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