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    NYT’s Roberta Smith reviews Louise Nevelson exhibition

    Roberta Smith praises Louise Nevelson: Collage and Assemblage as an opportunity to revisit the artist’s achievements: “Here she is less the high priestess of black than a restless, searching artist, improvising with an intuitive flair similar to Robert Rauschenberg’s.” Read more from the New York Times here.

    Maya Lin at Orlando Museum of Art

    Pace artist Maya Lin's solo exhibition, A History of Water, is on view until 20 May at The Orlando Museum of Art in Florida. 

    For more information about the exhibition, click here.

    Phaidon publishes first monograph on Zhang Xiaogang

    The first major monograph on Pace artist Zhang Xiaogang, entitled Disquieting Memories will be published in April 2015. With over 250 colour illustrations, this book provides context for the leading Chinese artist's work and brings new insight into his practice.

    Pace London opens Spitfires and Primroses

    On 12 February, Pace London opened Brian Clarke's new exhibition Spitfires and Primroses, at 6-10 Lexington Street.

    The exhibition will remain on view until 21 March 2015.

    Pace artists in group exhibition in Lebanon

    Pace artists Hiroshi Sugimoto and Yto Barrada are featured in an upcoming exhibition entitled Open Rhapsody - a Journey into Photography and Video collections at the Beirut Exhibition Center. Opening 2 March 2015, the exhibition brings together more than 50 international contemporary photography and video artists.

    Richard Tuttle and Pavel Pepperstein exhibition in Switzerland

    Pace artist Richard Tuttle and Russian artist Pavel Pepperstein are showcased in a group exhibition, entitled Use of Time at Kunsthaus Zug, Switzerland. The modular exhibition will change throughout its run and will remain on view until 29 March.

    For more information about the exhibition, click here.

    Wall Street Journal on A Portrait of Robert Fraser

    Liesl Schillinger’s piece describes A Portrait of Robert Fraser as focusing on “the most significant art-world figure you’ve never heard of.” Drawing on interviews with Brian Clarke, Arne Glimcher, Jim Dine, Marianne Faithfull, Tony Shafrazi and Harriet Vyner, the article showcases the legacy of the art world pioneer. The exhibition, A Strong Sweet Smell of Incense: A Portrait of Robert Fraser, is on view until 28 March 2015.

    Read more from the Wall Street Journal, here.

    Maya Lin awarded the U.S. State Department Medal of Arts

    Maya Lin has been selected as a 2015 recipient of the U.S. State Department Medal of Arts. Lin will be presented the award by Secretary of State John Kerry in a ceremony on January 21, 2015. The award is bestowed biennially to artists in recognition of their artistic achievements and commitment to the Art in Embassies program.

    James Turrell Retrospective in Australia

    Bringing together close to 50 years of work, The National Gallery of Art in Canberra has opened a major survey of American artist James Turrell. The career spanning collection of Projection pieces, holograms, drawings, prints and photographs will remain on view until 8 June 2015.

    Click here for more information about the exhibition.

    Pace London open on Monday, February 9

    Pace London at 6 Burlington Gardens will be open on Monday, 9 February 2015.

    Our new exhibition, A Strong Sweet Smell of Incense, will be on view.

    Yto Barrada works on display at MOMA

    Yto Barrada’s Autocar – Tangier, Figs 1-4 will be on view at MoMA beginning 3 March, as part of their new collection installation. The colour prints made in 2004 are fragments from advertisements, that at first glance, appear to be simply abstractions.

    As Barrada explained, “What I am really unearthing, discovering, and learning to read are the strategies of resistance, the ‘hidden transcripts’ of people who are faced with superior power.”

    The Chinati Foundation announces plans for major Robert Irwin Installation

    Pioneer of the Light and Space movement, Robert Irwin has begun contruction on a major new project at the Chinati Foundation in Marfa, Texas.

     

    On being drawn to the Marfa landscape, Irwin tells the The Los Angeles Times: "It's in the middle of nowhere, but there's something enchanting about it."

    Bosco Sodi Opens Casa Wabi in Puerto Escondido, Mexico

    This month Brooklyn-based Mexican artist Bosco Sodi will open Casa Wabi, a creative refuge for artists and an education center for the community, in Puerto Escondido, Mexico. With minimalist structures designed by Japanese architect Tadao Ando and an 8,000-square-foot art gallery, the complex is a manifestation of wabi, which translates from the Japanese as “humility.” As Elisa Lipsky-Karasz of The Wall Street Journal writes, the compound’s “simple, open design confronts the natural elements of sun, sky, water and land, encouraging visitors to lapse into Thoreau-like reflection.”

     

    Read more from The Wall Street Journal here.

    • NYT’s Roberta Smith reviews Louise Nevelson exhibition

      Roberta Smith praises Louise Nevelson: Collage and Assemblage as an opportunity to revisit the artist’s achievements: “Here she is less the high priestess of black than a restless, searching artist, improvising with an intuitive flair similar to Robert Rauschenberg’s.” Read more from the New York Times here.

    • Wall Street Journal on A Portrait of Robert Fraser

      Liesl Schillinger’s piece describes A Portrait of Robert Fraser as focusing on “the most significant art-world figure you’ve never heard of.” Drawing on interviews with Brian Clarke, Arne Glimcher, Jim Dine, Marianne Faithfull, Tony Shafrazi and Harriet Vyner, the article showcases the legacy of the art world pioneer. The exhibition, A Strong Sweet Smell of Incense: A Portrait of Robert Fraser, is on view until 28 March 2015.

      Read more from the Wall Street Journal, here.

    • Pace opens Isamu Noguchi: Variations

      On February 19, Pace together with the Isamu Noguchi Foundation and Garden Museum celebrated the opening of Isamu Noguchi: Variations at 508 and 510 West 25th Street, New York. 

      The exhibition will remain on view through March 21, 2015. 

      View Isamu Noguchi's page here

      View the exhibition page here

    • Phaidon publishes first monograph on Zhang Xiaogang

      The first major monograph on Pace artist Zhang Xiaogang, entitled Disquieting Memories will be published in April 2015. With over 250 colour illustrations, this book provides context for the leading Chinese artist's work and brings new insight into his practice.

    • Yto Barrada works on display at MOMA

      Yto Barrada’s Autocar – Tangier, Figs 1-4 will be on view at MoMA beginning 3 March, as part of their new collection installation. The colour prints made in 2004 are fragments from advertisements, that at first glance, appear to be simply abstractions.

      As Barrada explained, “What I am really unearthing, discovering, and learning to read are the strategies of resistance, the ‘hidden transcripts’ of people who are faced with superior power.”

    • Maya Lin at Orlando Museum of Art

      Pace artist Maya Lin's solo exhibition, A History of Water, is on view until 20 May at The Orlando Museum of Art in Florida. 

      For more information about the exhibition, click here.

    • Adrian Ghenie to represent Romania at this year's Venice Biennale

      Adrian Ghenie will represent Romania at the 56th Venice Biennale opening May 9th. Ghenie joined Pace in 2011, and had a solo exhibition, Golems at Pace London in June 2014. Currently, Ghenie is the subject of a solo exhibition at Centro de Arte Contemporáneo Málaga in Spain through at March 8.

       

       

      Read more from ARTnews here.

    • Richard Tuttle and Pavel Pepperstein exhibition in Switzerland

      Pace artist Richard Tuttle and Russian artist Pavel Pepperstein are showcased in a group exhibition, entitled Use of Time at Kunsthaus Zug, Switzerland. The modular exhibition will change throughout its run and will remain on view until 29 March.

      For more information about the exhibition, click here.

    • Pace artists in group exhibition in Lebanon

      Pace artists Hiroshi Sugimoto and Yto Barrada are featured in an upcoming exhibition entitled Open Rhapsody - a Journey into Photography and Video collections at the Beirut Exhibition Center. Opening 2 March 2015, the exhibition brings together more than 50 international contemporary photography and video artists.

    • Holiday of Pace Beijing and Pace Hong Kong

      Pace Beijing will be closed from Feb 15th to 26th, and open on Feb 27th.

      Pace Hong Kong will be closed from Feb 17th to 21st, and open on Feb 24th.

      We wish you a happy and prosperous Chinese New Year!