Pace Galleries

ZONAMACO

Robert Rauschenberg, Rumors (Urban Bourbon), 1992. acrylic on enameled aluminum, 47-1/4 x 49-3/4" (120 x 126.4 cm) © 2017 Robert Rauschenberg Foundation / Licensed by VAGA, New York, New York.

Robert Rauschenberg, Rumors (Urban Bourbon), 1992. acrylic on enameled aluminum, 47-1/4 x 49-3/4" (120 x 126.4 cm) © 2017 Robert Rauschenberg Foundation / Licensed by VAGA, New York, New York.

Wilson, Fred Emilia's Mirror - Act 5, Scene 2, 2013. Murano glass and wood, 80" x 48-7/8" x 10-5/8" (203.2 cm x 124.1 cm x 27 cm).

Wilson, Fred Emilia's Mirror - Act 5, Scene 2, 2013. Murano glass and wood, 80" x 48-7/8" x 10-5/8" (203.2 cm x 124.1 cm x 27 cm).

Lin, Maya Silver Rio Grande, 2017. recycled silver, 68-1/2" x 50-3/16" (174 cm x 127.5 cm).

Lin, Maya Silver Rio Grande, 2017. recycled silver, 68-1/2" x 50-3/16" (174 cm x 127.5 cm).

Joel Shapiro, untitled, 2014. bronze, 67-1/2 x 34-1/2 x 16-7/8" (171.5 x 87.6 x 42.9 cm) © 2017 Joel Shapiro / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.

Joel Shapiro, untitled, 2014. bronze, 67-1/2 x 34-1/2 x 16-7/8" (171.5 x 87.6 x 42.9 cm) © 2017 Joel Shapiro / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.

Roberto Matta, Untitled, 1993 - 94. oil on canvas, 52-3/4 x 66-7/8" (134 x 169.9 cm). Artwork by Roberto Sebastián Antonio Matta Echaurren © 2017 Artist Rights Society (ARS), New York/ADAGP, Paris.

Roberto Matta, Untitled, 1993 - 94. oil on canvas, 52-3/4 x 66-7/8" (134 x 169.9 cm). Artwork by Roberto Sebastián Antonio Matta Echaurren © 2017 Artist Rights Society (ARS), New York/ADAGP, Paris.

Antoni Tàpies, Colador i Tassa, 1998. mixed media and assemblage on wood, 68-7/8 x 78-3/4" (174.9 x 200 cm) © 2017 Fundació Antoni Tàpies / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / VEGAP, Madrid.

Antoni Tàpies, Colador i Tassa, 1998. mixed media and assemblage on wood, 68-7/8 x 78-3/4" (174.9 x 200 cm) © 2017 Fundació Antoni Tàpies / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / VEGAP, Madrid.
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Press Release

  • ZONAMACO

    Pace Gallery is pleased to participate for the first time in Zona Maco, the premiere art fair for Central and South America marking its 15thanniversary this year. Pace will present works by artists from across its program—including major estates such as Alexander Calder, Richard Pousette-Dart, Roberto Matta, Elizabeth Murray, Robert Rauschenberg, Tony Smith, and Antoni Tàpies; as well as new and recent works by today’s leading artists, such as Loie Hollowell, Yoshitomo Nara, Adam Pendleton, Joel Shapiro, and Leo Villareal.

    Pace is a leading contemporary art gallery representing many of the most significant international artists and estates of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.

    Under the leadership of President and CEO Marc Glimcher, Pace is a vital force within the art world and plays a critical role in shaping the history, creation, and engagement with modern and contemporary art. Since its founding by Arne Glimcher in 1960, Pace has developed a distinguished legacy for vibrant and dedicated relationships with renowned artists. As the gallery approaches the start of its seventh decade, Pace’s mission continues to be inspired by our drive to support the world’s most influential and innovative artists and to share their visionary work with people around the world.

    Pace advances this mission through its dynamic global program, comprising ambitious exhibitions, artist projects, public installations, institutional collaborations, and curatorial research and writing. Today, Pace has eight locations worldwide: three galleries in New York; one in London; one in Palo Alto, California; one in Beijing; one in Hong Kong; and one in Seoul. Pace will open its second gallery in Hong Kong in March 2018; and will open a new flagship gallery in New York, anticipated for completion in fall 2019. In 2016, Pace joined with Futurecity to launch Future\Pace – an international cultural partnership innovating multidisciplinary projects for art in the public realm.

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