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    Pace London presents Mario Merz

    Pace London, in collaboration with the Fondazione Merz, is honoured to present a seminal exhibition of the Italian artist and Arte Povera master Mario Merz, from 26 September to 8 November 2014, at 6 Burlington Gardens.

    Spanning the artist’s career, the exhibition will feature iconic sculptures, installations, large paintings and major works on paper. This retrospective marks the first London exhibition of the artist’s oeuvre in over twenty years.

    Pace London opens Nathaniel Mary Quinn

    On Thursday, September 4, Pace London opened an exhibition of new works by Nathaniel Mary Quinn at 6-10 Lexington Street. Past/Present will remain open until October 4 2014.

    Michal Rovner in Sotheby’s Beyond Limits at Chatsworth: A Selling Exhibition

    This autumn, Michal Rovner's work, Tracing II, 2013, will be included in the ninth annual Sotheby’s Beyond Limits, a selling exhibition of monumental sculpture at Chatsworth, Derbyshire. From her highly regarded series of flat screen wall mounted videos, Tracing II features Rovner’s distinctive imagery of cypress trees, bare, desolate landscapes and figures wandering into the void. Addressing issues of time and the human condition, Rovner will appear alongside established modern sculptural masters and highly sought-after contemporary artists such as Xu Bing, Marc Quinn, Antony Gormley and Christopher Le Brun.

    The outstanding work will be unveiled at the opening of this year’s exhibition on 8 September 2014 and will run until 26 October 2014. Read more here.

    Pace artists featured in Viennese exhibition of the Anne & Wolfgang Titze Collection

    Pace London is pleased to announce that 'Love Story-Sammlung Anna & Wolfgang Titze' at the Belvedere Museums (21er Haus and Winter Palace) Vienna, features numerous works by the gallery's artists.

     

    Kevin Francis Gray’s sculpture, India Standing, is featured as well as works by Nigel Cooke, Adrian Ghenie, Donald Judd, Sol LeWitt, Robert Mangold, Agnes Martin, Adam Pendleton and Robert Ryman. The exhibition opened on the 15th June and will run until the 5th October 2014.

     

    The Winter Palace, Prince Eugene of Savoy’s former residence, was just recently opened to the public, and is a unique Baroque jewel located in downtown Vienna.

     

    Please click here for more information.

    • Yto Barrada recipient of the Abraaj Capital Art Prize

      The Abraaj Capital Art Prize has been awarded to Pace artist Yto Barrada who will present a newly commissioned work to be displayed at the 2015 edition of Art Dubai. Congratulations! 

    • 40 Under 40: The Most Influential People in the European Art World

      This week, Adrian Ghenie has been chosen as one of Apollo Magazine’s 40 Under 40, a selection of inspiring young figures from the European art world. With so many talented young artists producing work in Europe today, Apollo shortlisted Ghenie as one of 10 artists who “bear the promise of longevity”, beside inspirational thinkers, collectors and business men and women. In the September edition of the Apollo podcast, Thomas Marks is joined by acclaimed artist and filmmaker Isaac Julien and writer and academic James Cahill to discuss Ghenie and the inaugural 40 Under 40.

      View the full list here and podcast.

    • Pace London opens Nathaniel Mary Quinn

      On Thursday, September 4, Pace London opened an exhibition of new works by Nathaniel Mary Quinn at 6-10 Lexington Street. Past/Present will remain open until October 4 2014.

    • Michal Rovner in Sotheby’s Beyond Limits at Chatsworth: A Selling Exhibition

      This autumn, Michal Rovner's work, Tracing II, 2013, will be included in the ninth annual Sotheby’s Beyond Limits, a selling exhibition of monumental sculpture at Chatsworth, Derbyshire. From her highly regarded series of flat screen wall mounted videos, Tracing II features Rovner’s distinctive imagery of cypress trees, bare, desolate landscapes and figures wandering into the void. Addressing issues of time and the human condition, Rovner will appear alongside established modern sculptural masters and highly sought-after contemporary artists such as Xu Bing, Marc Quinn, Antony Gormley and Christopher Le Brun.

      The outstanding work will be unveiled at the opening of this year’s exhibition on 8 September 2014 and will run until 26 October 2014. Read more here.

    • Pace London presents Mario Merz

      Pace London, in collaboration with the Fondazione Merz, is honoured to present a seminal exhibition of the Italian artist and Arte Povera master Mario Merz, from 26 September to 8 November 2014, at 6 Burlington Gardens.

      Spanning the artist’s career, the exhibition will feature iconic sculptures, installations, large paintings and major works on paper. This retrospective marks the first London exhibition of the artist’s oeuvre in over twenty years.

    • Extended through 20 August: Adrian Ghenie’s Darwin Room

      Due to popular demand, Adrian Ghenie's Darwin Room will remain on view at Pace London, 6 Burlington Gardens until 20 August. By appointment only, please call +44 (0)20 3206 7600 to book a viewing.

    • Pace London opens Today's Specials

      On Wednesday 30 July, Pace London opened Today’s Specials at 6 Burlington Gardens. The exhibition will remain open until 6 September 2014.

    • VIDEO: Adrian Ghenie at Pace London

      Pace London is delighted to present a walkthrough video of Adrian Ghenie's exhibition Golems.

      Please click on this link to access the video.

    • Pace London opens Prabhavathi Meppayil

      On Wednesday 25 June, Pace London opened an exhibition of recent work by Prabhavathi Meppayil at 6-10 Lexington Street. Nine seventeen, will remain open until 2 August, 2014.

    • The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition features works by Pace artists

      This year’s Royal Academy Summer Exhibition features works by Pace artists James Turrell and Keith Coventry. The show will remain on view until Sunday 17 August. More information can be found here.