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    Robert Irwin at Dia:Beacon

    Robert Irwin’s site-conditioned installation, Excursus: Homage to the Square³ is now on view at Dia:Beacon through May 2017. Originally presented at Dia Center for the Arts in Chelsea from 1998 to 2000, this new iteration is Irwin’s first installation for Dia:Beacon, for which he designed the master plan.

    Chuck Close at the Parrish Art Museum

    Chuck Close Photographs is now on view at the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill, NY through July 26. The exhibition is a comprehensive survey of the artist’s photography spanning from 1964 to present, featuring from early black and white maquettes, to monumental composite Polaroids, to intimately scaled daguerreotypes and the most recent Polaroid nudes. The exhibition explores how Close, one of the most important figures in contemporary art, has stretched the boundaries of photographic means, methods, and approaches.

     


    For more information about the exhibition, click here.

    Pace Gallery announces significant plans to redevelop flagship Chelsea Gallery

    Pace Gallery, one of the world’s leading international art galleries with locations in New York, Menlo Park, London, Beijing, and Hong Kong, is delighted to announce plans for a major redevelopment of their flagship Chelsea gallery under a long-term agreement with Weinberg Properties. Located in the heart of Manhattan’s Chelsea Art District at 540 West 25th Street, Pace’s new home is being developed by Weinberg Properties and designed by Bonetti/Kozerski Studio, who in coordination with Pace’s President Marc Glimcher, have conceived an exciting design concept that reimagines the conventional functionality of a contemporary art gallery.

    Adrian Ghenie's Romanian Pavilion at the 56th Venice Biennale

    Adrian Ghenie opens May 9 at the Romanian Pavilion for the 56th Venice Biennale. Ghenie joined Pace in 2011, and had a solo exhibition, Golems at Pace London in June 2014.

    Curated by Mihai Pop, the Romanian Pavilion showcases Darwin’s Room, a selection of paintings organized across three rooms, each room and the works therein represent a theme: The Tempest, The Portrait Gallery (Self-portrait as Charles Darwin), and The Dissonances of History.

    The Robert Rauschenberg Foundation joins Pace

    Pace Gallery is honored to represent The Robert Rauschenberg Foundation in New York, London, Beijing and Hong Kong. This fall, the gallery will present its ninth exhibition of Rauschenberg’s work since 1996.

    Read more from the New York Times here.

    Adam Pendleton at the Venice Biennale

    Adam Pendleton is part of a select group of international artists exhibiting in the project Personne et les autres at the Belgian Pavilion at the 56th International Venice Biennale. Bringing together artists from the Americas, Africa, and Asia as well as Europe, Personne et les autres challenges traditional notions of national representation at the Venice Biennale.  

    Adam Pendleton: New Work is currently on view at Pace London, 6 Burlington Gardens through May 23. Click here for more info on Pace's exhibition.

    The Wall Street Journal interviews Robert Irwin

    “There are simple, obvious questions if you follow the thread. But they are damn good questions—you can live a lifetime with them. That’s basically what I’ve been doing.” —Robert Irwin

    The Wall Street Journal’s Andy Battaglia praises Robert Irwin's philosophical minded approach to art in his new exhibition at Pace, Cacophonous. Irwin has been experimenting with art as an extension of perception and transcendence since the 1960s. Read the full article here.

    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."

    • Pace New York Summer Schedule

      Pace's New York locations will switch to a Monday – Friday schedule through August 28.

       

      Monday – Thursday: 10 AM – 6 PM

      Friday: 10 AM – 4 PM

    • Robert Irwin at Dia:Beacon

      Robert Irwin’s site-conditioned installation, Excursus: Homage to the Square³ is now on view at Dia:Beacon through May 2017. Originally presented at Dia Center for the Arts in Chelsea from 1998 to 2000, this new iteration is Irwin’s first installation for Dia:Beacon, for which he designed the master plan.

    • NYTimes visits Bosco Sodi at Casa Wabi in Mexico

      Read about Bosco Sodi’s interdisciplinary art center, Casa Wabi, in Sunday’s New York Times. 

      Pointing out a “lack of social commitment” among other successful artists, Sodi tells the paper, “everyone gives a painting now and then to charity — that’s a simple thing to do. The difficult thing to do is to create a project that makes the world better — in my case, Mexico.”  

      Full article, here.

       

    • Dr. Barbara Cantalupo on Edgar Allan Poe's Eureka

      Pace Gallery presents a lecture in conjunction with the exhibition Eureka on Thursday, June 11 at 508/510 West 25th Street. Dr. Barbara Cantalupo, whose monograph Poe and the Visual Arts was recently published by The Pennsylvania State University Press, will speak in the gallery and offer her insights about Poe's eponymous prose poem, Eureka.

    • Adam Pendleton in conversation at Lincoln Center

      Join Adam Pendleton on Thursday, June 4 at 7:30pm for a night of conversation, art and music. The night will open with a discussion between Adam Pendleton and MoMA Associate Curator of Media and Performance Art Thomas Lax, followed by a viewing of "My Education: A Portrait of David Hilliard," Pendleton’s video installation first exhibited at Pace in 2014, and a culminating live performance by pianist, Jason Moran.

    • Happy Memorial Day Weekend!

      Pace Gallery wishes you a Happy Memoial Day weekend. Our galleries in New York will close at 2pm today, May 22, 2015 and reopen at 10am on Tuesday, May 26, 2015.

    • Pace Gallery opens Lee Ufan

      On May 14, Pace celebrated the opening of its second solo exhibition of Lee Ufan's work. The exhibition will remain on view at 534 West 25th Street through June 27, 2015.

       

      View the exhibition page here

    • Chuck Close at the Parrish Art Museum

      Chuck Close Photographs is now on view at the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill, NY through July 26. The exhibition is a comprehensive survey of the artist’s photography spanning from 1964 to present, featuring from early black and white maquettes, to monumental composite Polaroids, to intimately scaled daguerreotypes and the most recent Polaroid nudes. The exhibition explores how Close, one of the most important figures in contemporary art, has stretched the boundaries of photographic means, methods, and approaches.

       


      For more information about the exhibition, click here.

    • Mario Merz at Gallerie dell’Academia di Venezia

      This is the first exhibition of Mario Merz's work to be held in any public institution in Italy since the artist's death and since the major retrospective of his work organized in 2005 by Castello di Rivoli, GAM and the Merz Foundation (Turin). "Città Irreale" [Unreal City] pays tribute to the work of Mario Merz, highlighting his exploration of issues of individual space to collective space. The exhibition will be on view May 8 through September 20, 2015.

       

      For more information on the exhibition, visit Mondo Mostre.

    • Song Dong at University of Venice

      Song Dong has been selected to represent the Ministry of the Flemish community in the Ca'Foscari Palace within the University of Venice along with Francis Alÿs and Rinus van de Velde. Their exhibition, Revenge of the Common Place, will explore the dynamics between the original and copies in art. Song Dong’s work emphasizes the Chinese understanding that the copy is an ultimate compliment to the original.

       

      Read more about The Revenge of the Common Place here.