Upcoming Exhibitions

Upcoming / 32 East 57th Street


Oct 22, 2014 – Oct 25, 2014

Curated by Chuck Close and Jessica Craig-Martin, FIERCE CREATIVITY is a five-day exhibition benefitting Artists for Peace and Justice (APJ), a non-profit organization that encourages peace and social justice, serving the poorest communities in Haiti with programs in education, healthcare, and dignity through the arts. Featuring works from over 45 leading contemporary artists, including Chuck Close, Joel Shapiro, Kiki Smith, and Zhang Huan, the exhibition will be on view at 32 East 57th Street from October 22 through the 25th. 

Upcoming / 32 East 57th Street / 534 West 25th Street

Pablo Picasso

Picasso & Jacqueline: The Evolution of Style

Oct 31, 2014 – Jan 10, 2015

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.

Upcoming / 6 Burlington Gardens

Hiroshi Sugimoto

Still Life

Nov 21, 2014 – Jan 24, 2015

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.

Upcoming / 15C Entertainment Building

Li Songsong

Nov 29, 2014 – Jan 03, 2015

Li Songsong's lastest oil on sheets of aluminum and canvas, with multiple color schemes divided by area, forming a patchwork of colored squares, a scene made of different layers and pieces, and also the distinguishing thick paint.