Pace Gallery is pleased to participate for the first time in artgenève. In the seventh edition of the fair, Pace will present works by major artists from across the gallery’s program, such as Kevin Francis Gray, Sol LeWitt, Prabhavathi Meppayil, Adam Pendleton, Joel Shapiro, Kiki Smith, Tony Smith, and Lee Ufan, among others.
Selected highlights include Louise Nevelson’s wood painted black sculpture Untitled (1976-78). Concurrently with the fair, works by the leading Abstract Expressionist and pioneer of site-specific and installation art will be on view in an exhibition at Pace Gallery in New York. The artist will also be featured in artgenève’s outdoor sculpture programme, presented along the banks of Lake Geneva beginning 30 January. Additional notable works include new video pieces by Michal Rovner, such as Rift (2009), an example of Rovner’s video projections on stone that integrate the ancient and the modern. Rovner will be the focus of an upcoming exhibition at Pace Gallery in Palo Alto, on view 8 March – 25 April. The booth will also feature a new geometric painting by Berlin-based artist Brent Wadden comprised of delicate handwoven fibers, wool, cotton and acrylic on canvas.
Louise Nevelson's outdoor sculpture Maquette for Transparent Horizon (1972-73) is now on view on Lake Geneva, in Switzerland. As part of artgenève/sculptures, a program which places sculptures in the Geneva's public spaces, Maquette for Transparent Horizon is installed on Quai Wilson, next to Lake Geneva. Concurrent with Pace's participation in artgenève, as well as the opening of the gallery's new location in Geneva, the sculpture will be on view for three months. For more information on artg
Pace is delighted to announce a presence in Switzerland with the opening of an exhibition space in Geneva this March, closely following the gallery’s first time participating in the city’s premiere art fair, artgenève, on view 1 - 4 February 2018. Located in the center of the city at Quai des Bergues 15-17, the new space will occupy 333 square meters and provide Pace a platform to further strengthen its engagement with the region’s cultural institutions, collectors and public audiences. “The c