The Aspen Art Museum presents Julian Schnabel Plate Paintings 1978-86. This exhibition marks the first museum presentation to focus on the artist’s culturally iconic plate paintings. Julian Schnabel Plate Paintings 1978–86 will be on view from Nov 4, 2016 to Feb 19, 2017. Visit the museum’s website for more information.
Work by Adam Pendleton is included in The Revolution Will Not Be Gray, a group exhibition presented by Aspen Art Museum on view through October 16, 2016. Pendleton is featured among a selection of artists whose work examines the shifting terrain of revolution, protest, and gestures of refusal. Read more about the exhibition on Aspen Art Museum's website here.
Pace Gallery is pleased to announce its representation of Acconci Studio. Vito Acconci (1940 – 2017) is a subversive and radical maker whose work expands writing into activities, installations, architecture and design. One of the most inventive figures to emerge during the Post-Pop era of the late 1960s and mid-1970s, Acconci’s influence permeates today’s creative landscape. Working closely with Acconci Studio, Maria Acconci and Art Agency, Partners (AAP), Pace Gallery will present the broad sco