Upcoming Exhibitions

Upcoming / 15C Entertainment Building

Liu Jianhua

To Be Done

Aug 20, 2015 – Sept 24, 2015

Shanghai-based artist Liu Jianhua who is well-known by his porcelain works, will soon show his Blank Paper works in Pace Hong Kong. The thin and delicate porcelain Blank Paper considers everyday objects in what seems a very simple way. Paper serves as a medium on which to write and record, but it is what the viewers sees that forms the work.

A public opening reception for the artist will be held on Thursday, 20th August from 6pm to 8pm. 

Upcoming / 534 West 25th Street

Chuck Close

Chuck Close: Recent Work

Sept 11, 2015 – Oct 17, 2015

Chuck Close is renowned for his highly inventive investigations into how we process information. Celebrated internationally, Close uses the absolute minimum amount of information necessary to render likenesses. In his new works, Close continued his involvement with the grid as an organizing device, creating full-color paintings out of only cyan, magenta, and yellow pigments, and layering colors in singular brushstrokes. Close is reinventing techniques he first developed in the 1970s and 1980s; however, this time the color has no relationship to reality. This will be Close’s sixteenth exhibition with Pace.

Upcoming / 510 West 25th Street

Nigel Cooke

Nigel Cooke: Black Mimosa

Sept 18, 2015 – Oct 24, 2015

British artist Nigel Cooke will make his Pace debut this fall. His new works feature enigmatic characters in evocative hallucinatory landscapes. Representational standards combust with near-abstract and gestural treatments of landscape and foliage. Cooke’s paintings are philosophical propositions, articulating influences from the history of both abstract and figurative painting. Yet they are ultimately intuitive works, inspired by personal memories and life experiences, filtered through subjective aesthetic decisions. A public opening reception will be held on September 17, 6 – 8 PM.