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Art Basel Hong Kong

Robert Rauschenberg Stone Roll (Urban Bourbon), 1995. acrylic on bonded aluminium, 61" × 49" (154.9 cm × 124.5 cm) © 2019 Robert Rauschenberg Foundation / Licensed by VAGA at Artists Rights Society (ARS), NY, courtesy Pace Gallery.

Robert Rauschenberg Stone Roll (Urban Bourbon), 1995. acrylic on bonded aluminium, 61" × 49" (154.9 cm × 124.5 cm) © 2019 Robert Rauschenberg Foundation / Licensed by VAGA at Artists Rights Society (ARS), NY, courtesy Pace Gallery.

Qiu Xiaofei The Trotsky Wilderness, 2019. acrylic on canvas, 78-3/4" × 78-3/4" (200 cm × 200 cm) © Qiu Xiaofei, courtesy Pace Gallery.

Qiu Xiaofei The Trotsky Wilderness, 2019. acrylic on canvas, 78-3/4" × 78-3/4" (200 cm × 200 cm) © Qiu Xiaofei, courtesy Pace Gallery.

Joel Shapiro Untitled, 2016. bronze, 57-1/4" × 52-1/2" × 27-3/4" (145.4 cm × 133.4 cm × 70.5 cm) © 2019 Joel Shapiro / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York, courtesy Pace Gallery.

Joel Shapiro Untitled, 2016. bronze, 57-1/4" × 52-1/2" × 27-3/4" (145.4 cm × 133.4 cm × 70.5 cm) © 2019 Joel Shapiro / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York, courtesy Pace Gallery.

Zhang Xiaogang My Mother, 2012. oil on canvas, 6' 6-3/4" x 8' 6-3/8" (200 cm x 260 cm).

Zhang Xiaogang My Mother, 2012. oil on canvas, 6' 6-3/4" x 8' 6-3/8" (200 cm x 260 cm).

Press Release

  • Art Basel Hong Kong

    Pace Gallery is pleased to participate in Art Basel Hong Kong 2019. Pace will present works by leading 20th and 21st century western artists— from Robert Rauschenberg and Louise Nevelson to Kiki Smith and Adam Pendleton—alongside works by prominent Asian artists from across the gallery’s program; such as, Yoshitomo Nara, whose work inaugurated Pace’s gallery in H Queen’s last year; Lee Ufan, who will have major exhibitions at Dia: Beacon and the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden this coming spring and fall; and Yin Xiuzhen, whose work will be included in the 58th International Art Exhibition of the Venice Biennale, “May You Live in Interesting Times,” curated by Ralph Rugoff.

    Coinciding with an exhibition showcasing new paintings by Mary Corse at Pace’s gallery in H Queen’s, Pace will exhibit works from Corse’s Black Earth series as part of the Kabinett sector at its booth at Art Basel Hong Kong. The presentation will include three paintings created by Corse during the series’ origins in 1978.