Wall Street Journal's Mary M. Lane interviews London-based artist Raqib Shaw on his trip to New York for the opening of his first exhibtion with Pace Gallery. Paradise Lost remains on view at Pace's 508, 510, and 534 West 25th Street locations. Click here to read more, and here to view the full slideshow.
November 8, 2013 - January 11, 2014 Pace presents the first exhibition of Indian-born, London-based artist Raqib Shaw. Known for his opulent paintings and sculptures, Shaw creates shimmering, jewel-like surfaces, which often use dark images drawn from ancient myths from both Eastern and Western tradition. Featuring new paintings and sculptures, the show will span all three of Pace’s galleries on 25th Street.
Pace is pleased to announce its participation in Frieze, taking place at Regent’s Park, in London, UK from 17 – 20 October 2013. The gallery’s stand (G8) will include a selection of paintings, works on paper, sculptures, photographs, video, and multimedia works spanning over 50 years from the 1950s to the present. Pace presentation will feature a selection of works by Lucas Arruda, Yto Barrada, Alexander Calder, Brian Clarke, Chuck Close, George Condo, Keith Coventry, Jim Dine, James Franco,
Galerie Rudolfinum in Prague presents Raqib Shaw's largest solo exhibition to date, featuring 28 recent recent paintings, sculptures, and works on paper. This exhibition marks the first time that the artist's work has been exhibited in the Czech Republic. The exhibition travels to Galerie Rudolfinum from the Manchester Art Gallery and is on view through 15 September. Raqib Shaw will have his inaugural exhibition at Pace Gallery in New York this fall. For more information, click here.
The Manchester Art Gallery presents Raqib Shaw's largest solo exhibition to date, featuring 28 recent recent paintings, sculptures, and works on paper, many on public view for the first time.In addition, Shaw has created a floral installation that fills the galleries, lending an otherworldly, paradisical atmosphere to the space. The exhibition is on view at the Manchester Art Gallery through 26 May, after which it will travel to Galerie Rudolfinum, Prague from 7 June through 15 September. For