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    Yto Barrada's new work unveiled at Art Dubai

    On 17 March, 2015 at Art Dubai, Barrada' new work was unveiled in celebration of her receipt of the Abraaj Group Art Prize. 

    The installation, False Start, a 16mm and HD film shot in Southern Morocco in December 2014, coupled with an installation of sculptures--Lying Stones--explores the production and trade of one of Morocco’s most particular items for export: fake prehistoric fossils.

    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.

    Brian Clarke presents Churchill medallion at Buckingham Palace

    On 18 March 2015, Brian Clarke presented his commemorative Winston Churchill medallion to Queen Elizabeth II at Buckingham Palace. Clarke digitally etched a portrait of Churchill on enamel to mark the 50th anniversary of The Winston Churchill Memorial Trust.

    Olga Chernysheva part of group show at Whitechapel Gallery

    Beginning on 9 December 2014, Russian artist Olga Chernysheva’s video ‘Trashman’ will be shown in London at the Whitechapel Gallery. Curated by Fiona Banner, Chernysheva’s work is part of an exhibition focusing on artists from the V-A-C collection in Moscow.

    Pace London opens Hiroshi Sugimoto

     

    On 20 November, Pace London opened Still Life, an exhibition of works by Hiroshi Sugimoto. The exhibition will remain on view until 24 January 2015.

    Pace London opens Olga Chernysheva

    On 25 November, Pace London opened an exhibition of multimedia works by Olga Chernysheva. The exhibition will remain on view until 17 January 2015.

    Adrian Ghenie exhibition in Spain

    A solo exhibition of Romanian artist Adrian Ghenie's work will open at CAC Málaga, Spain. The exhibition will be on view from 12 December 2014 – 8 March 2015.

    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.

    Michal Rovner commission for new London station

    The City of London and Canary Wharf Group have comissioned Israeli artist 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.

    Olga Chernysheva featured in an exhibition at the Museum van Hedendaagse Kunst

    Russian artist Olga Chernysheva is featured in an exhibition entitled Keeping Sight at the Museum van Hedendaagse Kunst (M HKA) in Antwerp. Highlighting her work and the museum’s collection, Chernysheva’s photographs, films and drawings are shown alongside artists Francis Alÿs, Hans Eijkelboom, Antoni Muntadas and Hermann Pitz. Earlier works in her career as well her most recent projects are presented in the exhibition.

    Running until 18 January, Keeping Sight will coincide with Pace London’s exhibition of Chernysheva’s work at 6-10 Lexington Street in London (26 November - 16 January).

    Richard Tuttle at Tate Modern

    Tate Modern's Turbine Hall presents a new commission by Richard Tuttle, entitled I Don't Know, Or The Weave of Textile Language. Featuring Tuttle's textiles, the installation coincides with Whitechapel Gallery's retrospective of the artist's work from the 1960s to the present. These two displays comprise the United Kingdom's largest-ever survey of Richard Tuttle.

     

    As Tuttle has emphasized, the creation of the fabric is integral to understanding the work, which features rich fabrics produced by a textile firm in Gujarat, India that were then attached to a monumental plywood frame. “I guess the job of an artist is to try to find a healthy union of the mechanical and the human,” the artist said.

    Pace artists in major group show at the Whitechapel Gallery

    Pieces by Keith Coventry, Adam Pendleton and Zhao Yao will be featured in Adventures of the Black Square: Abstract Art and Society 1915 – 2015, opening on 15 January 2015. With over 100 works, this major exhibition will bring together film, photographs, paintings and sculptures to trace the history of abstraction.

    For more information on the exhibition, please click here.

    • Brian Clarke presents Churchill medallion at Buckingham Palace

      On 18 March 2015, Brian Clarke presented his commemorative Winston Churchill medallion to Queen Elizabeth II at Buckingham Palace. Clarke digitally etched a portrait of Churchill on enamel to mark the 50th anniversary of The Winston Churchill Memorial Trust.

    • Yto Barrada's new work unveiled at Art Dubai

      On 17 March, 2015 at Art Dubai, Barrada' new work was unveiled in celebration of her receipt of the Abraaj Group Art Prize. 

      The installation, False Start, a 16mm and HD film shot in Southern Morocco in December 2014, coupled with an installation of sculptures--Lying Stones--explores the production and trade of one of Morocco’s most particular items for export: fake prehistoric fossils.

    • 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 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.

    • Michal Rovner commission for new London station

      The City of London and Canary Wharf Group have comissioned Israeli artist 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.

    • Holiday break

      Pace London will be closing at 2 pm on 24 December and will reopen on Tuesday, 6 January 2015.

      Wishing everyone a happy and safe holiday break,

      The Pace London team. 

    • Olga Chernysheva part of group show at Whitechapel Gallery

      Beginning on 9 December 2014, Russian artist Olga Chernysheva’s video ‘Trashman’ will be shown in London at the Whitechapel Gallery. Curated by Fiona Banner, Chernysheva’s work is part of an exhibition focusing on artists from the V-A-C collection in Moscow.

    • Adrian Ghenie exhibition in Spain

      A solo exhibition of Romanian artist Adrian Ghenie's work will open at CAC Málaga, Spain. The exhibition will be on view from 12 December 2014 – 8 March 2015.

    • Pace London opens Olga Chernysheva

      On 25 November, Pace London opened an exhibition of multimedia works by Olga Chernysheva. The exhibition will remain on view until 17 January 2015.

    • Pace London opens Hiroshi Sugimoto

       

      On 20 November, Pace London opened Still Life, an exhibition of works by Hiroshi Sugimoto. The exhibition will remain on view until 24 January 2015.