Gray Matters opens May 20th at the Wexner Center for the Arts, and includes works by Pace artists Tara Donovan and Michal Rovner. The survey exhibition looks at the work of 37 contemporary female artists who have explored the practice of grisaille, a French term for working in shades of gray. The exhibiton will feature works from Donovan's latest series, Compositions (Cards), wall-mounted framed works in various sizes that explore stratification as both a sculptural technique and a means to c
On the occasion of Tara Donovan's recent solo exhibition with Pace, she was interviewed by Allie Biswas, a contributor to Studio International. In the interview, Tara discusses the development of her recent series, Compositions (Cards), which, while they might appear as a departure from her work in large-scale installation, are rooted in the same aesthetic potential of aggregated materials and their activation of perceptual capacities. Read the full interview here.
On the occasion of her bi-coastal exhibtions at Pace Gallery in Palo Alto and in New York, Tara Donovan was interviewed by Kristen Tauer at Women's Wear Daily. Tara discusses her new works as an evolution of her artistic process, which explores familiar materials transformed through massive quantities. To read the full article, click here.
Two works from Tara Donovan's Drawings (Pins) series will be on display at the recently opened Cartier Palo Alto boutique located at 180 El Camino Real throughout the artist's exhibition at Pace, 229 Hamilton Ave, Palo Alto, CA. Cartier is honored to feature Donovan's pieces and looks forward to welcoming clients into the Maison to view her work.
The gallery is thrilled to announce that Pace Menlo Park has been extended through the end of 2014. In an interview with BlouinArtinfo, Pace President, Marc Glimcher said, "It’s a fresh group of people with a great energy. They’re really interested in what the artists are trying to accomplish. Conversations here are about the art, the artists, history.” The current exhibition, Tara Donovan: Untitled, will remain on view through the end of summer, and new exhibitions will be announced fo
The pop up space will feature exhibitions of work by Alexander Calder and Tara Donovan Pace Gallery is proud to announce the opening of a temporary exhibition space in Menlo Park, California from April 16th through June 30th, 2014. Located in the former Tesla headquarters at 300 El Camino Real in the heart of Silicon Valley, Pace Menlo Park will present two exhibitions: Alexander Calder: The Art of Invention, from April 16th to May 13th, 2014 and Tara Donovan: Untitled, from May 22nd to J
Pace Gallery is delighted to announce the opening of a new space, Chesa Büsin, in the historic city of Zuoz in the Engadin valley in Switzerland. The inaugural exhibition Carte Blanche traces fifty-four years of the gallery’s history and feature works in which white is the dominant shade by artists including: Alexander Calder, John Chamberlain, Tara Donovan, Robert Irwin, Lee Ufan, Robert Ryman, Yoshitomo Nara, and Hiroshi Sugimoto. Carte Blanche will run from 20 February through 30 March
Pace Gallery is pleased to announce New York exhibitions for spring 2014. Pace is delighted to present solo exhibitions of work by artists: Sol LeWitt Keith Sonnier Richard Tuttle Kiki Smith Robert Mangold Tara Donovan Joel Shapiro Hiroshi Sugimoto The gallery's acclaimed exhibition, "Mingei: Are You Here?," curated by Nicolas Tremblay, will travel from Pace London to New York this March. Pace will also continue its longstanding tradition of one-artist
Pace is delighted to announce its participation in the 2013 edition of Foire Internationale d’Art Contemporain (FIAC), taking place at Paris’s Grand Palais from October 24 – 27, 2013. Featuring French artists Jean Dubuffet and Loris Gréaud alongside recent works by leading American, Asian, and European artists, the gallery’s stand (0.A44) will include photographs, works on paper, paintings, and sculpture.
Pace is pleased to announce its inaugural participation in ArtInternational Istanbul, taking place at Halic Congress Center, from 16–18 September 2013. The gallery’s booth D2 will include a selection of paintings, works on paper, sculptures, photographs, installations, video, and multimedia works spanning from the 1980s to the present.
Pace is pleased to announce its inaugural participation in SP-Arte, taking place at the Pavilhão Ciccillo Matarazzo, in São Paulo from 4 – 7 April 2013. The gallery’s booth (G2) will include Joel, a large-scale oil-on-canvas portrait of American sculptor Joel Shapiro by Chuck Close; an elegant sculpture by Alexander Calder; a stained glass sculpture homage to the legendary Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer by Brian Clarke; and a painting by Mark Rothko. The gallery is proud to feature work
Pace is delighted to announce its participation in Art Dubai, held from 20 to 23 March. Highlights of Pace’s booth (J14) will include Les Trois Pics, a monumental black stabile by Alexander Calder; three of Hiroshi Sugimoto’s Dioramas; and a wood sculpture by American artist Maya Lin. Pace will also show works by Yto Barrada, Brian Clarke, Keith Coventry, Tara Donovan, Kevin Francis Gray, Robert Irwin, Maya Lin, Yoshitomo Nara, Michal Rovner, Lucas Samaras, Bosco Sodi, Hiroshi Sugimoto, James
Pace is pleased to participate in the inaugural EXPO CHICAGO, The International Exposition of Contemporary/Modern Art and Design, September 20—23. Please visit us at Navy Pier, 600 E. Grand Avenue, Booth 510. Highlights include Kiki Smith’s Corsage, 2011, a delicate bronze with gold leaf wall-mounted sculpture that continues the artist’s explorations of the human condition, the body, spirituality and nature; a shimmering mylar sculpture by Tara Donovan from 2009; a dynamic anthropomorphic cast b
Up close, Tara Donovan’s Haze is like a gorgeous, billowing cloud. Haze covers 32 feet of wall space at the Milwaukee Art Museum, where Donovan (b. 1969, New York) and several assistants installed it last week. From afar, the thing is an amorphous drift, the main feature of which is a mountain-range top edge very near the 20-or-so foot ceiling. Bulges and undulations in the surface become more perceptible close up. The piece also absorbs sound; at first, it has the muffling effect of a cloakroom
On November 19, 2011, The Pace Gallery, Beijing will present the second installment of the gallery’s annual “Beijing Voice” exhibition. This is a long term project devised by The Pace Gallery, Beijing to consider and interpret the artistic phenomena that are currently underway in the art field. The first installment, Together or Isolated explored the complex interplay between artworks and their sociocultural background while addressing certain phenomena and issues extant in Chinese contemporary a
An untitled 1989 piece made from Cor-ten steel by Donald Judd, and now in a lovely show of his works at Pace Gallery in New York. There’s such grace and refinement, and simple sensory pleasure, to be found in Judd that it’s hard to believe that when his art first came on the scene, even some of his fans felt it was a purely conceptual exercise, with few aesthetic rewards. Great art doesn’t appeal to our innate notions of beauty. It teaches us new ways of understanding what might count as beautif
In the art world, Tara Donovan has become the belle of the banal. She employs everyday objects such as drinking straws, buttons or No. 2 pencils to create large-scale sculptures and prints that take on a life (and light) of their own. She allows the shape of the chosen material to determine the form of the piece until it becomes magically other (think vast moonscape in Styrofoam cups), managing to transcend both materiality and gimmickry in a culture that celebrates both. In her latest series, ‘
"Tara Donovan: Drawings (Pins)" at the Pace Gallery, 510 West 25th Street, opening February 11, 6-8 p.m., through March 19, thepacegallery.com Since being featured in the Whitney Biennial in 2000, Tara Donovan has become a bona fide international sensation by using everyday materials — styrofoam cups, pencils, straws, paper plates, Scotch tape, and more — to create sculptures that invade larger spaces that one would think possible with biomorphic shapes, mini cities, and quotidian-made-fantastic
Tara Donovan’s Bluffs looks glamorous and luminous, seen from an adjacent gallery, 30 feet away, in the Milwaukee Art Museum. It might be some exquisite, spiraling coral, or crystals that have grown from the floor of some enchanted cavern, or a mountain range carved into vertiginous towers. Or it might be Oz, as conceived by Antoni Gaudí. Its glowing presence, coiled energy and structural complexity make Bluffs feel bigger than it is. The piece stands maybe four feet tall at its peak, and its f