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    Pace Art + Technology Program to Launch in Early 2016

    Pace Art + Technology, founded by Pace President Marc Glimcher, is the gallery’s new program dedicated to collaboration with interdisciplinary art groups, collectives and studios whose works explore the confluence of art and technology. The program is an expansion of Pace’s longstanding commitment to artistic approaches that emphasize digital and technological methods.

    Tickets to teamLab: Living Digital Space and Future Parks are now available at teamlabpace.eventbrite.com.

    Damien Hirst showcases John Hoyland at Newport Street Gallery’s inaugural exhibition

    "Power Stations," Newport Street Gallery’s inaugural exhibition, presents a selection of Hoyland’s large-scale works dating from 1964 to 1982, displayed throughout all six of the gallery’s exhibition spaces. The first major survey of the artist to be presented since 2006, ‘Power Stations’ spans a pivotal period in Hoyland’s career, punctuated by his first solo museum show, at the Whitechapel Gallery in 1967, and his defining retrospective at the Serpentine Gallery (1979–80). The exhibition will run until the 3 April 2016 at Newport Street Gallery in London.


    Pace London opens Hoyland, Caro, Noland at 6 Burlington Gardens.This exhibition is the first presentation by Pace London of these masters. It also marks Noland’s first exhibition in the UK since the artist’s death in 2010. 

    The John Hoyland Estate is Represented by Pace

     

    Pace is honoured to represent the The John Hoyland Estate. Visit us at Pace London to see "John Hoyland, Anthony Caro, Kenneth Noland" on view through January 16, 2016. 

    Michal Rovner commission for new London station

    The City of London and Canary Wharf Group have comissioned Michal Rovner to create a number of video installations for a new crossrail station. Opening in 2018, several pieces depicting a continual stream of people in motion will be permanent fixtures throughout the station in Canary Wharf. These public artworks will be seen by over 25 million passengers a year and will be curated by Future City.