Following the opening of Pace London’s flagship gallery at 6 Burlington Gardens, Pace is delighted to announce its participation in Frieze London and the inaugural Frieze Masters fairs, held 11–14 October in Regent's Park.
The centerpiece of Pace’s presentation at Frieze (Booth G8) is Hiroshi Sugimoto’s Henry VIII and His Wives (1999), a group of seven photographs of wax figures staged and lit like Renaissance portraits. Other highlights include a James Turrell hologram, a video piece by Michal Rovner, and a fluorescent-light work by Robert Irwin. Pace will show new work by Tara Donovan, Adrian Ghenie, Keith Tyson, Yoshitomo Nara, and Adam Pendleton. The booth will also feature River Thames, a new wall piece made of recycled silver by Maya Lin, who will present the second talk in the Tate’s American Artist Lecture Series on Monday, 15 October.
At Frieze Masters (Booth D1), Pace will present a selection of American minimalism, including works by Donald Judd, Sol LeWitt, and Agnes Martin. In addition, the gallery will exhibit important sculptures by Jean Arp and Alexander Calder, paintings by Willem de Kooning and Robert Rauschenberg, and groups of drawings by Arshile Gorky and Kurt Schwitters. The booth will also include rare works by iconic American photographers Robert Frank and Lee Friedlander.
Between the two booths, Pace will also present works by Yto Barrada, Chuck Close, George Condo, Keith Coventry, Kevin Francis Gray, David Hockney, Ilya Kabakov, Lee Ufan, Fernand Leger, Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen, Jackson Pollock, Aurel Schmidt, Raqib Shaw, Song Dong, and Zhang Huan.