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Still from Nevelson in Process (1978), directed by Susan Fanshel and Jill Godlimow, courtesy of WNET

Pace On Screen: Sixty Years

Nevelson in Process

Directed by Susan Fanshel and Jill Godlimow

Monday, Nov 9, 2020
7 PM EDT
YouTube Premiere

For the third installment of Pace On Screen: Sixty Years, we are pleased to present Nevelson in Process (1978), directed by Susan Fanshel and Jill Godlimow.

Event Details

Pace On Screen: Sixty Years | Louise Nevelson
Monday, Nov 9, 2020
7 PM EDT
YouTube Premiere

How to Watch

Please RSVP at the link above. The film will be available for viewing for 24 hours from the time of the premiere. A link to join the premiere will be shared prior to the date of the event.

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Still from Nevelson in Process (1979), directed by Susan Fanshel and Jill Godlimow, courtesy of WNET

Nevelson in Process

1978 | 29 min
Directed by Susan Fanshel and Jill Godlimow
Courtesy of WNET

Marking the first time Louise Nevelson was ever filmed while working, this film features the artist creating two sculptures—one made of metal and one made of wood— in her studio as she discusses her feelings for her art and creative output, providing viewers with a rare opportunity to share in the unfolding of her unique sculptural process. The film presents a rewarding studio visit and a rare look into Nevelson’s practice and personality.

Pace Gallery has represented Louise Nevelson and her estate since 1963. An integral figure in the gallery’s history, Nevelson and Pace Founder Arne Glimcher shared a close, decades-long relationship. The Nevelson Chapel at St Peter’s Lutheran Church in midtown Manhattan—the only remaining permanent, fully intact sculptural environment by Louise Nevelson comprising nine wall-mounted sculptures—is undergoing a major restoration project.

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