Pace is honoured to represent the The John Hoyland Estate. Visit us at Pace London to see "John Hoyland, Anthony Caro, Kenneth Noland" on view through January 16, 2016.
On 10 March 2016, the Chelsea College of Arts, University of the Arts, London, will be host to an all-day symposium exploring the career of John Hoyland, entitled Colour, Emotion, Non-Figuration: John Hoyland Revisited. The series of talks will explore Hoyland’s art in context, while also opening his painting up to new perspectives. Panels of painters will discuss painting and studio practice in the context of Hoyland’s art. Subjects will range from curating Hoyland and the idea of a retrospecti
"Power Stations," Newport Street Gallery’s inaugural exhibition, presents a selection of Hoyland’s large-scale works dating from 1964 to 1982, displayed throughout all six of the gallery’s exhibition spaces. The first major survey of the artist to be presented since 2006, ‘Power Stations’ spans a pivotal period in Hoyland’s career, punctuated by his first solo museum show, at the Whitechapel Gallery in 1967, and his defining retrospective at the Serpentine Gallery (1979–80). The exhibition will
Michal Rovner's Perspective, displayed in the Oxford Street windows of Selfridges, is shown as part of the Crossrail art project and corresponds with the permanent work Transitions that Rovner is set to present at the Canary Wharf train station. There, the work deals with human motion in time and space, as it is presented in the lines of trains crossing the landscape. Here, at Selfridges, the place and the context are different. The work is presented as a triptych. On both sides of the triptyc