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Temporary Closures

Exhibitions Open in Online Viewing Rooms

To ensure the safety of our communities, we have taken the decision to temporarily close Pace Gallery’s New York, London and Geneva locations until further notice. This is in keeping with the recommendations from the World Health Organization and the Center for Disease Control in light of the progression of COVID-19.

We will continue to monitor the situation and assess when to re-open 540 and 510 West 25th Street, New York; 6 Burlington Gardens, London; and Quai des Bergues 15-17, Geneva. All of our staff has been instructed to work remotely until further notice, and we look forward to staying connected via social media, email and messaging services.

During this time, our spaces will be open by appointment subject to safety and travel restrictions. While we are closed, we encourage you to view our Julian SchnabelArlene ShechetKenneth Noland and Paul Graham exhibitions on the Pace Gallery online viewing room.

While we firmly believe that communal engagement with art is crucial in these challenging times, our first priority is to keep our visitors, artists, and staff safe.

Across the globe, our galleries are following advice from their local authorities:

  • In Seoul we are currently open during our usual public hours.
  • In Hong Kong we are operating special public opening hours, Tuesday – Friday, 11am to 5pm.
  • In Palo Alto we are between exhibitions.

Special events, including exhibition opening receptions, are on hold across all locations until further notice. Please continue to monitor our website for any updates to our galleries’ opening hours and for adjustments to our program.

We wish you good health and calm as we navigate this new territory together.

Viewing Rooms

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Online Viewing Room

Arlene Shechet

Skirts

Rich in idiosyncrasies, Arlene Shechet’s latest works combine disparate mediums, from ceramics to wood and metalwork, with playfully ambiguous titles that prompt endless associations.

Now Open

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Online Viewing Room

Noland

Flares

Kenneth Noland's Flares, employing colorful and translucent plexiglass strips wedged between irregularly shaped panels, are the outcome of the artist's rigorous and daring lifelong exploration of painting’s many possibilities.

Now Open

News — Temporary Closures in New York, London, Geneva, Mar 13, 2020