Pace is pleased to announce a group exhibition this summer.
Pace is pleased to announce a group exhibition this summer.
Pace is pleased to present "Touchable," the exhibition of new works by Sui Jianguo, on view at Pace Beijing from July 9 to August 22, 2015.
Pace presents Reflection, the first Hong Kong solo exhibition of Chinese contemporary artist Hong Hao. This solo exhibition features the artist’s latest works, including the Reciprocating and Reflection series. The exhibition will be on view through August 12.
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.
Drawing inspiration from Agnes Martin’s oeuvre, Signal Failure looks to emerging artists whose work resist the fast-pace of mass media culture and the ever-expanding proliferation of digital imagery.
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.
This group exhibition includes artists from across generations and nationalities. "Chewing gum" stresses the moment of taste and texture. This notion unites the group of artists in the exhibition, all of whom have highly process-oriented practices in media such as installation, painting, photography, sculpture and video, dwelling on ideas of production and meditation.
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 Eureka, a group exhibition featuring artists who observe and map the cosmological, metaphysical and scientific through painting, sculpture and music. The exhibition will be on view at 508 West 25th Street through August 14, 2015.
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 14, 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.
In Panorama, Rovner’s evolved and articulated works continue to explore the medium of multi-screen LCD technilogy. These large-scale, multi-screen works combine her signature human figures with the landscape elements which she has been exploring for the last two years. The brooding soulful expression of the human and natural worlds is intertwined through the use of increasingly bold abstraction. Panorama evokes Rovner’s themes of human interaction, dislocation and the persistence of history, while creating a new level of immediacy by further removing the narrative to its barest and most urgent elements.
Pace is honored to present David Hockney: The Arrival of Spring, which features iPad drawings and video by one of the most important and celebrated living artists in the world. The exhibition will be on view from April 18, 2015, through June 6, 2015.
New work by the American artist whose practice centers on an engagement with language, in both the figurative and literal senses, and the re-contextualization of history through appropriated imagery.
The pioneer of the Light and Space movement in Southern California, Robert Irwin’s work draws focus to ambient environmental conditions, making them palpable by heightening the viewer’s awareness in the context of the work. For his exhibition at Pace, he has produced eight works that advance his use of fluorescent light, a material he first used in the 1970s.
In his newest body of work, Whitman continues his exploration of the possibilities of images that has occupied his practice since his involvement with the Happenings and the Expanded Cinema movement.
Pace Gallery is pleased to announce James Siena’s first exhibition of sculptures. The exhibition features three bodies of work that expand the formal language of his painting into sculpture, marking the culmination of a decades-long development of three-dimensional work. The exhibition at 508 West 25th Street runs from March 27 through April 25, 2015. An opening reception for the artist will be held Saturday, March 28, 6 to 8 p.m.
On April 10, the gallery will host a discussion between Siena, Robert Storr, dean of the School of Art at Yale University, and Thomas Nozkowski, whose exhibition of new work will be on view concurrently at 510 West 25th Street.
Pace is pleased to announce an exhibition of new work by Thomas Nozkowski. On view from March 27 to April 25, 2015, at 510 West 25th Street, the exhibition will include oil paintings and mixed media drawings. An opening reception for the artist will be held Saturday, March 28, 6–8 p.m., and a catalogue featuring a new essay by artist and critic Sherman Sam will accompany the exhibition.
On April 10, the gallery will host a discussion between Nozkowski, Robert Storr, dean of Yale University’s School of Art, and James Siena, whose exhibition of sculptures will be on view concurrently at 508 West 25th Street.
Pace Gallery Hong Kong is proud to present “stars”, Yoshitomo Nara’s second exhibition at Pace following his 2013 show in New York. The exhibition features recent works by Nara that combine his adolescent figures with star imagery and his work with burlap. Coinciding with Art Basel Hong Kong, the exhibition will be on view from 13 March to 25 April 2015.
Mao Yan’s first solo exhibition in the United States. An opening reception will take place on March 5 from 6 to 8 PM.
Pace Gallery in collaboration with The Isamu Noguchi Foundation and Garden Museum is pleased to present Isamu Noguchi: Variations, an exhibition spanning two galleries that highlights the breadth of the artist’s work across materials and disciplines. On view at 508 and 510 West 25th Street from February 20 to March 21, 2015, this is Noguchi’s first solo exhibition in Manhattan since 2004.
Pace London is pleased to present an exhibition of new work by the leading British artist Brian Clarke. For more than four decades, Clarke has pioneered new directions in stained glass, extending his practice to painting, sculpture and mosaics. In recognition of the significance of architecture and in situ work in his practice, Clarke will install a new stained glass window specifically designed for the Lexington Street gallery.
The artist’s first exhibition in New York since his death in 2012 will present paintings, sculpture and works on paper.
Pace London is honoured to present A Strong Sweet Smell of Incense, a momentous exhibition that will take as inspiration the character and career of celebrated art dealer and pioneer, Robert Fraser. Curated by his friend Brian Clarke, this exhibition will showcase many of the luminaries of the American and European contemporary art scenes that passed through his gallery. The Robert Fraser Gallery was one of the preeminent galleries showing both emerging European and American artists in the 1960’s and 80’s in London.
Pace is pleased to announce an exhibition of Louise Nevelson's rarely seen collages. The exhibition will present several works that have never been exhibited publicly. To accompany the exhibition, Pace will publish a catalogue featuring a new essay by Germano Celant.
Pace and Pace/MacGill Gallery are pleased to present Josef Koudelka: Twelve Panoramas, 1987-2012. Carefully selected by the artist to represent his best panoramic work from the past three decades, the twelve featured large-scale, black and white photographs depict the vestiges of industrial areas and coastal landscapes in Europe and the Middle East. An opening reception for the artist will be held on Thursday, January 15 from 6 to 8 p.m.
Chinese artist Zhao Yao’s first solo exhibition in HK, featuring a series of paintings on fabric.
This December, Pace Beijing is launching the fifth installment of the annual “Beijing Voice” exhibition. This is a long-term project and an iconic end-of-year summary devised by Pace Beijing, to objectively showcase and interpret the artistic phenomena and moves that are currently underway in the art field. This year’s “Beijing Voice” follows the same principle as it engages in a discussion of the complex route within artwork, artist and audience, and determines to explore this “on-going” field of relations. Therefore, Pace Beijing is delighted to participate in Unlived by What is Seen curated by artists Sun Yuan and Peng Yu, and independent curator Cui Cancan with its 2,000 sqm exhibition space. 23 of the 33 participating artists will publicly show their practice and exploration.
Opening on December 13th, the exhibition will take place simultaneously at Galleria Continua, Pace Gallery Beijing and Tang Contemporary Art Center and lasts for three months. In addition, there will be four public talks presented after the opening, with an exhibition catalogue scheduled for publication in May 2015.
In his newest work, Li Songsong continues in his distinctive style of intensely colored impasto oils on aluminum and canvas. Portraying historical scenes and figures, Li divides his paintings into a patchwork of colored squares that deconstruct and reconstruct his source imagery.
The first presentation of Chernysheva’s work at Pace, this exhibition will feature photographs capturing the streets of Moscow alongside drawings, videos and a projection. Moving fluidly between media, Chernysheva offers a lens into the world of post-Soviet Russia.
Pace London is delighted to present Hiroshi Sugimoto: Still Life, an exhibition of large-format photographs from the artist’s ongoing Diorama series. Essential to Sugimoto’s work is the concept of mastery and using available media to create images that resonate long after a viewing. His images are formally composed and rigorously printed, and evidence of the inevitable distortions that accompany the processes of seeing and interpretation.
Some New Painting (and Photography) is Hockney’s first exhibition of works completed since his return to Los Angeles from England, where he spent a decade pictorially exploring the East Yorkshire landscape of his youth. The works in the exhibition demonstrate Hockney’s longstanding dedication to painting and to depicting the human figure.
Pace Gallery is pleased to present its first exhibition of work by Richard Pousette-Dart. The exhibition features twelve paintings and ten works on paper examining the artist’s use of geometric imagery from the late 1960s through the mid-1980s.
Pablo Picasso’s transformative exploration of Expressionism during the last two decades of his life is the subject of a major exhibition at Pace Gallery this fall in New York. Picasso & Jacqueline: The Evolution of Style presents the artist’s devotion to Jacqueline Roque, his homage to Henri Matisse, and the inspiration he found in classical and modern painters. Presented at both Pace in Midtown (32 East 57th Street) and in Chelsea (534 West 25th Street), Picasso & Jacqueline will run from October 31, 2014 to January 10, 2015.