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塔拉 多诺万

Tara Donovan

Tara Donovan Drawing (Pins), 2015. gatorboard, paint and nickel-plated steel pins, 48" x 48" x 3".

Tara Donovan Drawing (Pins), 2015. gatorboard, paint and nickel-plated steel pins, 48" x 48" x 3".

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About 塔拉 多诺万

塔拉•多诺万 (b.1969,法拉盛,纽约)的大型装置以及取材于日常物件创作的雕塑广受赞誉。她因对创作过程所投入的极大关注而知名,并且由于发现物件中物理特点的连贯性并将其转变成艺术而为人称道。多娜文曾获得众多艺术界奖项,包括2008 年麦克纳瑟基金会天才奖,2005 年第一届考尔德年度大奖,2004 年美国艺术暨文学学会威拉德麦特卡夫奖,2004 年国家美术馆海伦福斯特巴尼特奖以及2004 年女性艺术团体总统奖等。此外,多娜文的作品于2008 年参选纽约惠特尼双年展。她在大都会美术馆举办的个人展览是大都会美术馆为当代艺术家举办的第四个个人展览。塔拉•多娜文于2005 年加入佩斯画廊。
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Press Release

  • Tara Donovan

    New York—Pace is pleased to announce an exhibition of Tara Donovan’s newest pin drawings on view from May 9 to June 27, 2015, at 32 East 57th Street. An opening reception for the artist will be held Friday, May 8, 6 to 8 p.m. A concurrent exhibition of her prints will be on view one floor above at Pace Prints from May 8 to June 27.

    Donovan made her first pin drawings in 2009, continuing her practice of accumulating common objects into dense, visually rich compositions. Using thousands of nickel-plated steel pins—a material typically used by tailors—pressed into white gatorboard, she creates shimmering gradients through the clustering of pins and their interaction with light.

    The works negotiate a space between sculpture and drawing, using three-dimensional objects to create what, at certain distances, seems to be a two-dimensional field. The pin drawings rely on perceptual shifts that occur when viewing the work from different vantage points. A close-up view highlights each individual pin, while a distanced view generates a phenomenological experience, wherein light and banal materials coalesce into luminescent compositions.

    Donovan expands upon her previous series of pin drawings by inscribing an underlying geometry into the structure of the drawings, which reveals itself through a multi-perspectival observation. When viewed from the side, we see the length between the pinhead and gatorboard, which generates a new experience of the field of pins. Donovan likens this side view to the experience of seeing trees in a forest, where clusters of linear forms condense, layering atop one another and creating a secondary composition.

    To accompany the exhibition, Pace will publish a catalogue featuring essays by Paul Brewer, director of Donovan’s archive project, and art historian Jonathan T.D. Neil.

    Following this exhibition, Donovan will unveil a new installation at the Parrish Art Museum, Water Mill, NY, as part of its Platform series. On view from July 4 to October 18, 2015, her site-specific installation will respond to the architecture of the Herzog & de Meuron building. In August, Jupiter Artland, Edinburgh, will present Donovan’s monumental 2011 work Untitled (Mylar).

    Tara Donovan (b. 1969, Flushing, NY) received her BFA from the Corcoran College of Art and Design, Washington, and her MFA in sculpture from Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond. She is the recipient of numerous awards including the inaugural Calder Prize in 2005 and a MacArthur Foundation “Genius” Award in 2008. In 2014 Pace presented a survey of Donovan’s work at its pop-up gallery in Menlo Park, CA.

    Donovan has been the subject of numerous one-artist exhibitions at institutions worldwide including the Hammer Museum, University of California, Los Angeles (2004); Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego (2004–05); University of California Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive (2006–07); St. Louis Art Museum (2006); The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York (2007); The Indianapolis Museum of Art (2010); Milwaukee Art Museum (2012); and Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebæk, Denmark (2014). In 2008 The Institute of Contemporary Art Boston published her first monograph with Monacelli Press, coinciding with its presentation of her traveling solo exhibition.

    Her work is included in numerous public collections including the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY; Brooklyn Museum of Art; Dallas Museum of Art; Indianapolis Museum of Art; The Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston; The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles; Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego; Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; and the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York.

    Tara Donovan lives in Brooklyn, NY, and works in Long Island City, NY.

    This is her eighth exhibition at Pace.

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    For press inquiries, please contact: Jennifer Joy, Sutton PR, +1 212 202 3402 or jen@suttonpr.com.

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News

即日起至8月28日, 佩斯画廊四个纽约空间将改自周一至周五开放。 周一至周四:早上10点至下午6点 周五:早上10点至下午4点

On May 8, Pace celebrated the opening of Tara Donovan’s recent pin drawings at 32 East 57th Street, New York.  The exhibition will remain on view through June 27, 2015.  View Tara Donovan’s page here.    View the exhibition page here.

Tara Donovan 32 East 57th Street   Lucas Samaras: Album 2 510 West 25th Street   Eureka Group Exhibition 508 West 25th Street    

Catalogues

TARA DONOVAN

Paul Brewer, Jonathan T.D. Neil

2015. Pace Gallery. Hardcover

9781935410744

$60.00

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