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Happy Lunar New Year from Pace Gallery! Our Beijing location will be closed from January 27 to February 2 and our Hong Kong location will be closed from January 28 to February 2.

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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

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Picasso: Birth of a Genius June 15 – September 1, 2019 UCCA Center of Contemporary Art, Beijing   From June 15 – September 1, 2019, UCCA Center for Contemporary Art, Beijing, presents Picasso – Birth of a Genius, the most significant exhibition of work by Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) ever to take place in China. Curated by Emilia Philippot, Head of Collections, Musée national Picasso-Paris, the exhibition has been conceived and organized specifically for this presentation at UCCA and incl

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Yin Xiuzhen’s works have been accorded femininity for the “soft” nature of her signature material: reclaimed fabrics from secondhand clothes. But the artist’s womanly virtues perhaps culminate in her “enterable” spaces, whose employ seems to have reached a crescendo in Collective Subconscious, 2007, currently on display at the Museum of Modern Art. For the piece, viewers are invited to step inside a patchwork caterpillar adjoining two ends of a nostalgic Chinese “breadbox car,” a minibus whose c

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Pace Gallery is pleased to participate for the fifth West Bund Art & Design, the largest art fair in Shanghai. The booth at A129 this year will present a group exhibition dedicated to three im...

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Age: 39 Occupation: Artist City/Neighborhood: Los Angeles, CA What project are you working on now? I am working on a soft-sculpture exhibition for the Centre d'Art Contemporain Genève, organized by Katya García-Antón, which opens in February 2012. I'm also finishing a show titled EXHM / BC for the Frac Champagne-Ardenne, in Reims, in May 2012, working with Florence Derieux on this one. Your solo show, VAMPIRE, is currently the first exhibition by a Western artist at Pace Beijing, and one of the

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Qiu Xiaofei's first solo exhibition at Pace Beijing

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Beijing Hiroshi Sugimoto PACE BEIJING 佩斯北京 798 Art District, No.2 Jiu Xianqiao Road, Chaoyang District | 朝阳区酒仙桥路2号798艺术区 May 12–July 7 Hiroshi Sugimoto’s latest exhibition at Pace Beijing is a mini-retrospective of sorts, introducing mainland audiences to the renowned photographer with highlights from six representative series of his works. Sugimoto’s images go long on a highly precise and stylized form derived from different techniques, resulting in large-format works whose outsize scope and vi

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New York “Soft Machines” THE PACE GALLERY 510 West 25th Street July 14–August 26 Evoking William S. Burroughs’s 1961 novel The Soft Machine—which imagined the fate of a world controlled by forces like sex, violence, drugs, and fierce cultural hegemony—the sixteen works in “Soft Machines” illustrate the way these same forces insidiously direct day-to-day experience and can subsequently control an individual’s fate. Through the Claw, 2011, a performance by Kate Gilmore, debuted during the opening

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The Pace Gallery's gamble in choosing young multidisciplinary artist Sterling Ruby for their first solo by a Western artist at their Beijing outpost has paid off. What seemed a rather surprising choice — even to Ruby himself — has delivered the gallery a trifecta of critical, popular, and business success. Share This StoryTweet This Post to Stumble UponEmail to a Friend Ten days out from the close of the show, some 25 percent of the works had been sold — a statistic that might seem modest until

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The bamboo structures may not look it, but for the artist they represent the intransigence and impermanence of modern China – and his anger at those who seek to portray other, “totalitarian” visions of its people. Beijing’s Pace Gallery Cell exhibition displays 40 bamboo embroidery artworks by Qiu Zhijie, 43, who claims the simple medium reflects the quintessential characteristics of Chinese people. A graduate of the print department of the China Academy of Art in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, in

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Pace Beijing is pleased to present BEIHAI, the sixth solo exhibition of Li Songsong at Pace, opening to public from 4 to 6pm with artist reception on December 10, 2016 through February 11, 2017. F...

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Pace Beijing is pleased to present Yin Xiuzhen's solo exhibition Back to the end. As the eighth installment of Pace Beijing's annual project Beijing Voice, this exhibition  marks Yin’s return to B...

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In this exhibition, we will depart from the cultural geography of this developing economy to form our own perspectives on Contemporary art. The desire for cultural expression ...

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An exhibition of new work by Zhang Xiaogang, featuring paintings that combine traditional Chinese motifs with contemporary elements.

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The exhibition will feature, Chen Wei, Hu Xiaoyuan, Lee Tzu-hsun, Liu Ye, Qiu Xiaofei, Song Dong, Sui Jianguo, Xiao Yu, Wei Qimei and Zhang Xiaogang. They will present artworks highlighting all ki...

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This December, Pace Beijing is launching the fifth installment of the annual “Beijing Voice” exhibition. This is a long-term project and an iconic end-of-year summary devised by Pace Beijing, to o...

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Yin Xiuzhen

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Pace Gallery is pleased to present Hong Hao's solo exhibition   Border in Beijing. The exhibition will be on view from May 18 through June 30, with an opening reception held on Thursday, May 17, f...

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Hong Hao

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Pace Gallery is pleased to present  By The Edge, Mao Yan’s third show with Pace, following the artist’s previous exhibitions in Beijing and New York. The show presents a series of ten new works co...

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Pace Beijing is pleased to announce Cement Floor, the third solo exhibition of work by Xiao Yu. The show will present a site-specific installation by Xiao Yu, opening on 6th July 4pm, 2016.

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Just days before Diane von Furstenberg was scheduled to have a warts-and-all photo taken by renowned artist Chuck Close, she suffered a skiing accident that left her with a broken nose and dark bruises suffusing her trademark cheekbones. But six weeks later, despite some residual swelling, von Furstenberg strode into the photography studio for her proverbial close-up. The clock was ticking, as the photograph was the last to be taken for “Diane von Furstenberg: Journey of a Dress,” her upcoming e

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Pace Gallery is pleased to present Richard Tuttle: Double Corners and Colored Wood, the gallery’s first exhibition of Tuttle’s work in Beijing, featuring two series of the artist’s latest creation...

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Opening exhibition Encounters in Pace Beijing has its base on the deliberation of this extraordinary cultural city existing in an extraordinary era. In the recent 20 years, Chinese contemporary ar...

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Zhang Xiaogang

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Yin Xiuzhen is the third artist invited to create a monumental, site-specific work for the Garage Atrium Commissions series. For her first solo presentation in Moscow, the Beijing-based artist will produce one of the largest architectural structures she has ever made. Entitled Slow Release, the twelve-meter long installation is enveloped in more than two hundred square meters of red and white clothing, a part of which was donated by Muscovites and hand-sewn in the shape of a magnified medicine c

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Zhang Xiaogang

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Zhang Xiaogang

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Author Leng Lin Publisher Pace Beijing. Hardcover

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Hong Hao

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Critic Stephen Knudsen of the Huffington Post recently listed Li Songsong’s solo exhibition at Pace London in his “Top Ten Contemporary Art Exhibits in 2013.” The list also includes James Turrell at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York. Pace London’s exhibition reaffirmed Li Songsong as one of the most important artists in Beijing today. The work addresses both past and present by referencing collective memories of the Chinese people that have relevance in today’s political climate.

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Sui Jianguo: Trace

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Author Leng Lin Publisher Pace Beijing. Paperback

ISBN 9781935410027

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Li Songsong delves into abstraction and installation for his second solo exhibition at Pace Beijing. Comprised a single work, the artist has created a large metal tunnel internally lined with his ...

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Name: Li Songsong Age: 38 Occupation: Artist City/Neighborhood: Caochangdi, Beijing What project are you working on now? My solo show opened on May 5 at the Pace Gallery in New York. What's the last show that you saw? Richard Serra's drawings at the Metropolitan Museum What's your favorite place to see art? New York Where do you source the historical documentary images that you use? Newspapers, magazines, the Internet, books The marks on your canvases seem to be made from everything from brushes

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Tangibles outweigh any abstractions that might have been promised in Li Songsong’s latest solo Show “Abstract” at Pace Beijing. Li Songsong’s trademark style of painting, an impasto of creamy pigment layered upon canvas as well as his signature content, a single photographic source spliced into juxtaposed fields of colours and canvas in an inchoate reconstruction of the original image find in its final object an overwhelming physicality. The texture presents itself so wrought and thick making it

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Juicy painting and the big visual statement are both alive and well in China today. If you have any doubt, check out the 11 large-scale oil paintings by Li Songsong now on view, through Aug. 5, at Pace Gallery's 534 West 25th Street location. The show, Li's first U.S. solo, provides American viewers an impressive introduction to the 38-year-old artist, who is well known in the People's Republic for super-thick paint and blocky compositions that seem to waver halfway between their photographic so

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This spring, celebrated Chinese artist Li Songsong will be presenting his first solo show in the United States. From May 6 to August 5, his work will be on exhibit at the Pace Gallery’s space at 534 W. 25th St. Photographs are often considered irrefutable records of the past. When these records are altered, how does this then alter one’s perception of preceding events? This is a question that Li has been examining throughout his already highly acclaimed career. By applying impasto painting techn

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Pace Beijing is pleased to present teamLab: Living Digital Forest and Future Park, from May 20 – November 19, 2017, Tue - Sun, 5pm last entry.  Visit teamLab's exhibition website here.

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The Pace Gallery has added yet another name to its roster: the 32-year-old French Conceptual artist Loris Gréaud, whose works include the elaborate installation “Cellar Door.” Mr. Gréaud’s newest work will be featured at the Venice Biennale this summer, when he will install a sculpture of a 55-foot-long whale in front of the Arsenale, the former shipyard and rope factory that is now a major exhibition space at the Biennale. Pace will represent Mr. Gréaud in New York, Beijing and its new gallery,

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Pace Gallery is pleased to announce its representation of artist Mary Corse in Hong Kong, Beijing and Seoul. Pace will first present Corse’s work at its recently-opened gallery in Hong Kong’s H Queen’s building in March 2019, followed by an exhibition at its gallery in Seoul in November 2019. Pace’s representation and work on behalf of the artist will be pursued in collaboration with Kayne Griffin Corcoran, Los Angeles. Over the last five decades, Mary Corse’s practice has investigated pe

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In 1981, a Yale undergraduate named Maya Lin was catapulted to global prominence when her design for the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C., was chosen over 1,441 other entries. Her striking creation — a black stone gash in the earth inscribed with the names of more than 58,000 American soldiers killed in the Vietnam War — remains one of the world’s most moving war monuments. Now, three decades later, Lin has turned her attention to what she calls her “last memorial” — a global multim

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Pace Beijing is pleased to present Not Early Not Late at 4pm on August 4, 2016. This is an exhibition of work by nine artists and focusing on video art once again after We Love Video this Summer i...

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Zhang Xiaogang

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Portraits by Chuck Close and Zhang Huan of designer, muse, collector and icon Diane von Furstenberg are now on view in a Los Angeles retrospective of DVF fashion. The exhibition marks the 40th anniversary of the iconic wrap dress and follows Pace Beijing's presentation of Diane von Furstenburg: Journey of a Dress three years ago. Read more from W Magazine here. For more details about the exhibition, click here.

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Zhang Huan is one of the most influential and provocative contemporary artists working today. Spanning the artist’s twenty-year career, the exhibition will feature some of the artist’s most iconic...

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Following the success of Carte Blanche, the inaugural exhibition presented at the project space Chesa Büsin, in Zuoz, Switzerland, Pace is delighted to present a retrospective of Zhang Huan’s œuvre from 14 July to 31 August 2014.   Zhang Huan is one of the most influential and provocative contemporary artists working today. Spanning the artist’s twenty-year career, the exhibition will feature some of the artist’s most iconic works and emphasize Zhang Huan’s ability to move fluidly between pe

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Pace Gallery is pleased to announce its representation of artist Mary Corse in New York—in addition to the gallery’s current representation of the artist in Hong Kong, Beijing and Seoul. Pace will first present Corse’s work at its gallery in Hong Kong’s H Queen’s building in March 2019 to coincide with Art Basel Hong Kong, followed by an exhibition at its new global headquarters at 540 West 25th Street in New York in 2020. This week at Art Basel Miami Beach, the gallery will feature a Light Box

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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

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Pace Gallery is turning fifty, and instead of a midlife crisis, the gallery is whooping it up with a retrospective show at Pace’s four Manhattan locations. 50 Years at Pace unites some of the major works that Glimcher and Co. have handled, including loans from MoMA and Washington’s National Gallery. Each show examines a different piece of Pace’s history. The 57th Street location will recreate elements of important past exhibitions, including Pablo Picasso: The Avignon Paintings, The Sculpture of

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Zhang Xiaogang

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Qiu Xiaofei will hold his solo exhibition Pine or Willow at Pace Hong Kong. This is his third solo exhibition with Pace, following his 2014 solo exhibition at Pace Beijing, and his 2016 exhibition...

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Yin Xiuzhen

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Blind Portraits, an exhibition presenting four monumental sculptures by Beijing-based artist Sui Jianguo, will be on view New York’s Doris C. Freedman Plaza from October 28, 2014 through February 20, 2015. Organized by Public Art Fund, the exhibition will feature bronze works that “may first look like giant, tactile lumps,” as Carol Vogel of The New York Times writes, “but on closer inspection each has a form reminiscent of human features.” In 2012, Pace Beijing presented a solo exhibition of

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Author Iona Whittake Publisher Pace Beijing. Hardcover

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Robert Whitman is scheduled to perform two pieces, Prune Flat, 1965 and Local Report: Side Effects, 2017, at the Musée du Louvre as part of FIAC's Hors les Murs performance program, Parades for FIAC. PRUNE FLAT, 1965 Prune Flat, conceived specifically for a proscenium stage, combines live performers, film projection and evocative props. Large film images envelop and flatten performers, who then appear in full three-dimensionality on the stage, echoing the actions they perform in the film. Wh

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SHANGHAI — A triptych oil painting by Zhang Xiaogang sold for $10.1 million on Sunday at a Sotheby’s auction in Hong Kong. The sale broke the record for a piece by a living Chinese artist, and was the latest sign of China’s phenomenal ascent in the global art market. Mr. Zhang, who is 52 and based in Beijing, is now among a handful of living artists to have a work sell for more than $10 million. Less than a decade ago, many of his works were selling for $60,000 or less. He joins a group that inc

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Hong Hao

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Following his inclusion in Pace's presentation at Art Basel Hong Kong 2018, Tim Eitel will have his first solo-exhibition in Beijing at Pace's gallery in the  798 Art District. Featuring a selecti...

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Pace Beijing is honoured to grandly present the joint exhibition “Sol LeWitt and Zhang Xiaogang” this fall, opening on 28 September and on view through 19 November,2016. In this new show, the arti...

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Song Dong and Yin Xiuzhen have collaborated with their 11-year-old daughter Song ErRui on The Way of Chopsticks, an exhibition housed in the three-story Rittenhouse Square Mansion in Philadelphia. The site-specific installation explores the changing nature of childhood and family life in China, and will be open through December 29.   Click here for more information on The Way of Chopsticks.   Yin Xiuzhen: Nowhere to Land is currently on view at Pace Beijing through September 28. Click he

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Artist Song Dong’s solo exhibition is on view at the Kunsthalle Düsseldorf in Germany from 6th December. This exhibition presents a selection of Song Dong’s work since early 90s to explore the works from the leading conceptual artist of China. It is co-hosted by the Kunsthalle Düsseldorf and Groninger Museum in Netherlands, while the latter has successfully held a large-scale solo exhibition of Song Dong “Life is Art, Art is Life” from June to November this year. Pace Beijing will open his lat

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Song Dong’s Wisdom of the Poor: A Communal Courtyard is currently installed at the Margulies Collection in Miami. The installation is made up of 100 wardrobe doors from Chinese families living in Hutongs, or traditional but cramped living spaces, in the 1950s and 1960s in Beijing. Placed throughout the maze are works by six artists in the Margulies Collection, to be encountered as the visitor moves through the space. The piece was also shown at the 2011 Venice Biennale.  It will be on view in Mi

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Pace Beijing is pleased to present "Beijing Voice: Song Dong Surplus Value." As the sixth installment of Pace Beijing's annual project "Beijing Voice," this exhibition will feature Song Dong’s lat...

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Pace Beijing is pleased to announce the solo exhibition of Liu Jianhua, Square, from September 20 to November 8. The work shown at the exhibition transforms numerous into briefness, which demonstr...

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Sterling Ruby (b. 1972) makes a strong impression. His esthetic is masculine and a little bruised, antisocial and smart, grounded in its materials, and seems completely unpredictable. His varied output includes 18-foot-tall phallic “stalagmites” dripping with seemingly viscous urethane; rough-hewn ceramics with primordial glazes; paintings done with Robitussin-red nail polish or graffiti-like spray-paint; sculptures of smudged and scratched white minimalist forms; bus-sized cages on wheels; and

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VAMPIRE” MAY MARK the first time Pace Beijing has held a Western artist’s solo exhibition, but this is not Sterling Ruby’s first show in China, he having also made an appearance in UCCA’s 2008 group exhibition, “Stray Alchemists.” In that show, his piece, a nine-meter-tall monument, took up almost the entirety of UCCA’s central hall. The piece was named Recondite, appropriate given that it provoked precisely that reaction in Chinese audiences. For his latest showing in Beijing, Ruby has prepared

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MOUNTAINVILLE, N.Y.—The Storm King Art Center has owned one Buddha figure for a number of years, a small bronze sculpture that sits on one of its green hills, watching a blank television in Nam June Paik’s 1992 Waiting for UFO installation. However, it can now claim another, after announcing that work has been completed on the latest addition to the park, Zhang Huan’s 2007 Three-Legged Buddha, a 28-foot-tall steel-and-copper piece that weighs 12 tons. The sculpture, which depicts three gigantic

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Pace Beijing is pleased to present Talking on Paper this spring.The exhibition will present total 28 international artists’ paper works, including Willem de Kooning, Pablo Picasso, Antoni Tàpies...

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Yin Xiuzhen

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The Daily Beast, September 24, 2012: Li Songsong, an old master back from the future. At Pace gallery in Beijing, the well-known Chinese artist Li Songsong is presenting this strange sculpture/painting/installation. It consists of 91 oddly shaped aluminum panels (many look like the staircase that folds into the fuselage of a small jet) all covered in Li’s signature thick paint and assembled as a tunnel. It’s kind of Frank Auerbach meets Space 1999, and it’s not easy to parse what it might mean o

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Financial Times, July 2, 2012: Ever since New York’s Pace Gallery set up a temporary base in London in 2010, the art world has been agog to discover where its permanent space would be. Now the news is out – Pace is hiring a 9,000 sq ft gallery in the west wing of 6 Burlington Gardens from the Royal Academy, which will open just before the Frieze art fair in October. Pace has a 15-year lease on the gallery, which will be renovated by architect Sir David Chipperfield as part of a “master plan” for

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From Artforum to the New York Times’ Style mag, an army of adjectives attend reviews of Sterling Ruby’s work — “occultish,” hostile, sincere, viral, transgressive, meaningful…. Roberta Smith described him as “one of the most interesting artists to emerge in this century.” Coverage in the art press can make it difficult to approach an artist’s work without expectations of some kind or having earmarked, even subconsciously, an impression of it. To walk into an exhibition thus unmarked was not an u

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Pace Hong Kong will present a solo exhibition for the artist Yin Xiuzhen on 24 November 2016. This will be a continuation of the artist’s previous exhibitions at Pace Beijing in 2010 and 2013, but...

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The Pace Gallery stand, featuring works by Zhang Huan 1. THE PACE GALLERY (NEW YORK, LONDON, & BEIJING) Pace's booth finds a perfect equilibrium between the open and the closed, the light and the dark, the settled and the moving. Zhang Huan's heads are a mind-bending welcome, strewn across a mossy landscape and sending shadows onto the outer walls of the booth. Inside, Michal Rovner's projections of walking and jumping figures on stone slabs and bowls relay the continued wanderlust and quest

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Pace Gallery is honored to represent The Robert Rauschenberg Foundation in New York, London, Beijing and Hong Kong. This fall, the gallery will present its ninth exhibition of Rauschenberg’s work since 1996. Read more from the New York Times here. For more information about the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation, click here. Revisit Robert Rauschenberg at Pace through his Artist Page here.    

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Yin Xiuzhen

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Yin Xiuzhen

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Pace is pleased to present "Touchable," the exhibition of new works by Sui Jianguo, on view at Pace Beijing from July 9 to August 22, 2015.

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Sui Jianguo’s solo exhibition Trace will open at Pace Beijing on March 9, 2017, at 4pm. The exhibition will present the artist’s latest creations from 2016 to 2017. A leading figure in Chinese con...

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Pace Seoul is pleased to present Song Dong's solo exhibition in Seoul. Featuring the Beijing-based artist's earliest video works to newest sculptures from  Usefulness of Uselessness series, the ex...

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The rise of Chinese contemporary art has been realized through the movements of culture and society. Art's function has been sought, considered, and reconsidered from within the oppression of soci...

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Pace Beijing is delighted to announce the participation to 2014 Shanghai West Bund Art and Design Fair at Booth B1. The fair will officially open on September 26 at West Bund Art Center of Xuhui W...

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With his iconic self-portraits, Yue Minjun has established himself as one of China’s most prominent artists. Clarissa Sebag-Montefiore meets him to find out what lies behind that money-making smile. From the purple walls of the prestigious Pace Beijing gallery, a Chinese Jesus leans towards the viewer. He wears a crown of thorns – yet the rest of the portrait rubs uncomfortably against this religiously loaded symbol. This Jesus has a raw pink naked torso, white Y-fronts and a toothy grin recogni

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Pace Gallery is pleased to present the latest solo exhibition by Chinese artist Xiao Yu with his new body of work in Beijing. Xiao Yu: Translocation will be on view from March 17 through April 28,...

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Author Leng Lin Publisher Pace Beijing. Paperback

ISBN 9781935410225

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The Observer has learned that Japanese artist Yoshitomo Nara is now represented in New York by the Pace Gallery. Mr. Nara, 52, emerged in the 1990s in a wave of Pop art coming out of Japan; his paintings and sculptures, often depicting children, are influenced by comics and punk rock music. His work was the subject of a major exhibition at New York’s Asia Society Museum last year. “He has great interest in the classical contemporary painters like de Kooning and Rothko,” Pace’s president, Marc Gl

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Publisher Pace Beijing. Paperback

ISBN 9781935410065

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Author Leng Lin and Zhang Xiaogang Publisher Pace Beijing. Paperback

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The last time that the Chinese art star Zhang Huan made a public appearance here, just over a decade ago, he was lying face down on an uprooted tree, naked, covered with dog food. A pack of nine dogs, invited to participate in his performance, fought for the chance to lick it off. One bit the artist. This week, Zhang flew into town from Shanghai for the dedication ceremony for "Three Heads, Six Arms": a 15-ton, two-story tall sculpture, considered the artist's largest to date, which has been ins

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Chinese international art star Zhang Huan sounds wistful when he says in an interview, "It is my dream for my art to be accessible to all. But reality is cruel." Every day, the 46-year-old Mr. Zhang and more than 100 assistants keep busy on increasingly ambitious projects: from creating paintings and sculptures from incense ash, to fabricating giant metal statues, to planning multiple public events and installations. He's among a handful of the most recognized Chinese artists. Most of them, "lik

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Zhang Huan’s film To Raise the Water Level in a Fishpond will be presented at the Venice Performance Art Week held from 13 to 20 December 2014. Filmed in Beijing in 1997, this group performance of 40 migrant workers will be shown throughout the week at the Palazzo Moro.

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Currently on view at the Pace Gallery in Beijing is an exhibition of recent works by Zhang Huan. Most renowned for his performance artwork, in recent years he has returned to working in a variety of mediums including painting, sculpture, and large-scale installations. “Free Tiger Returns to the Mountains” includes ash paintings (works made of a mixture of ashes collected from temples and adhesive) and cowhide sculptures. The paintings were created from his imagination instead using a photographi

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Zhang Xiaogang’s new solo exhibition opens at Pace Beijing on December 13. His new works combine traditional Chinese motifs alongside contemporary elements. “I found everything so remote but, at the same time, familiar when I occasionally looked into the mountains, rocks, pine trees and plums depicted in old literati paintings. My innermost feeling which was awakened by the same mountains, rocks, pine trees and plums has been totally and utterly changed. Moreover, like an apparition, it hides