Introducing Our Expanded Arts Complex in Seoul

We're thrilled to invite you to our newly expanded arts complex in Seoul, featuring new exhibition spaces, a tea house showcasing editions and publications, an outdoor sculpture courtyard, and more.

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Adrian Ghenie, 2022 © Adrian Ghenie

Adrian Ghenie

Sep 2 – Oct 22, 2022

This exhibition of new works on paper marks Adrian Ghenie’s first solo show in Asia. Presented across two floors of exhibition space, the show includes 28 variously sized charcoal drawings that reflect Ghenie’s experimentations in mark-making and figuration.

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teamLab, Continuous Life and Death at the Now of Eternity II, 2019 © teamLab


Massless Suns

Sep 2 – Oct 29, 2022

teamLab’s work occupies our new ground floor space specially equipped for experiential, immersive, and interactive artworks. The exhibition spotlights the never-before-seen interactive digital installation Massless Suns and Dark Spheres (2022) along with a series of screen-based digital works. 

The debut of a new teamLab installation inaugurates our courtyard which serves as a central space for gathering, fostering a meditative environment and anchoring all the spaces within the complex.

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Osulloc Tea House

From September 2, our new tea house, established in collaboration with Osulloc Tea House Hannam, offers locally produced teas and Korean-tea infused cocktails conceptualized and executed specially for Pace by Korea’s largest national tea brand.

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Lee Kun-Yong, Bodyscape 76-1-variation-2015, 2022, matiere printing on paper, 91.2 cm × 103 cm (35-7/8" × 40-9/16") © Lee Kun-Yong

Lee Kun-Yong & Kohei Nawa

Limited Editions at Osulloc Tea House

The tea house features a rotating display of prints, editions, and titles from Pace Publishing, the gallery’s imprint. The first presentation in the Osulloc Tea House showcases a selection of prints from Lee Kun-Yong, a pioneer of performance art in Korea, as well as Kohei Nawa’s Particle editions—small-scale mixed media sculptures—and intricate abstractions on paper from his Parameter series.

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Pace Publishing

Within Osulloc Tea House we're offering recent titles from Pace Publishing, including a Korean translation of Adrian Ghenie: The Hooligans. Heralding a new chapter in our imprint’s 60-year history as one of the foremost producers of art books and art historical texts, our first title in Korean brings original scholarship, boundary-pushing essays, illuminating interviews, and inspired design to new audiences.

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Matthew Day Jackson, Tree (after CDF), 2022, wood, acrylic paint, urethane plastic, fiberglass, stones, needlepoint, lead on panel, stainless steel frame, 80 1/2 × 61 1/4 × 2" © Matthew Day Jackson

Frieze Seoul

Sep 2 – 5, 2022
Booth A15

Online Preview: Opening Friday, Aug 26

At Frieze Seoul, we're featuring a focused selection of works, grounded in abstraction, by a group of artists within and beyond our roster. Our booth traces exchanges among intergenerational abstractionists, including Huong Dodinh, Virginia Jaramillo, and Maysha Mohamedi, all of whom joined Pace’s program in 2022. Highlights also include new paintings by Torkwase Dyson and Adam Pendleton; a new sculpture by Lynda Benglis; and works by Louise Nevelson, Gerhard Richter, Prabhavathi Meppayil, Marina Perez Simão, Mika Tajima, and others.

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Untitled #2 by Agnes Martin

Agnes Martin, Untitled #2, 1992, acrylic and graphite on linen, 72 x 72" (182.9 x 182.9 cm) © 2022 Estate of Agnes Martin / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

Agnes Martin

Online Viewing Room

Aug 26 – Sep 6, 2022

On the occasion of Frieze Seoul, we're presenting a pivotal six-by-six-foot painting by Agnes Martin at the fair, accompanied by an in-depth online exhibition. This narrative digital presentation explores Martin's inspirations, process, and legacy through archival materials and a film with Marc Glimcher, Pace Gallery's CEO, who shared an intimate relationship with Martin for decades.

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Floating World, 2022 © A.A. Murakami

Art Blocks x Pace Verso

A.A. Murakami

Floating World Genesis
NFT Series

The Tokyo and London-based artist duo A.A. Murakami is set to preview Floating World Genesis—an upcoming NFT project to be released as part of a new partnership between Art Blocks, the leading platform for generative art, and Pace Verso, our web3 hub—at the opening of our Seoul gallery. Known for creating unique sensory installations that explore phenomena of the natural world, A.A. Murakami has developed Floating World Genesis as an ode to primordial life on Earth.

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