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On Saturday, May 4 during  , join us at our 540 West 25th Street gallery for a   performance choreographed by   amidst  ...
04/25/2024

On Saturday, May 4 during , join us at our 540 West 25th Street gallery for a performance choreographed by amidst 's exhibition 'Stratagems' on our sun-drenched seventh floor.

'Choices,' a performance for six dancers staged within Donovan’s sculptures, is the culmination of an ongoing dialogue between the two artists over the course of their 12-year friendship. Performed by Martita Abril, Jessica Cook, Courtney Cooke, Leslie Cuyjet, Ayano Elson, and Lydia Okrent, Brandt’s newly commissioned work builds over time through a series of movements addressing the spiral as a generative action and embodied experience

Pace Live performance: 'Choices'
Saturday, May 4
3 – 6 PM EDT
Pace New York

RSVP to attend: https://bit.ly/4benQAf

On Saturday, May 4,  's major retrospective 'Principle of Equivalence' will open at Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago. ...
04/25/2024

On Saturday, May 4, 's major retrospective 'Principle of Equivalence' will open at Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago. Focusing on her profound commitment to abstraction, a curatorial roundtable discussion will take place the same day starting at 2pm CT.

Tracing Jaramillo's practice from the mid-1960s through the present, 'Principle of Equivalence' features more than 40 abstract paintings and works on paper that reveal the artist's longstanding preoccupation with the relationships between earthly and metaphysical realms.

Drawing on Jaramillo's continued study of physics, science fiction, ancient mythologies, and modernist design, the presentation—originally organized by the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art—is the first major retrospective and largest monographic exhibition of her work to date.

Exhibition details:
Virginia Jaramillo
Principle of Equivalence
May 4, 2024 – January 5, 2025
Museum of Contemporary Art
Chicago

Revisit our film on the occasion of Jaramillo's 2023 exhibition 'East of the Sun, West of the Moon' at our Los Angeles gallery: https://bit.ly/3JDjLd3

In  's exhibition 'Bite the Hand' at  , time expands and contracts throughout the artist's textile works, sculptures, pr...
04/23/2024

In 's exhibition 'Bite the Hand' at , time expands and contracts throughout the artist's textile works, sculptures, prints, and film—all while being grounded in color.

"Like a collective fever dream hallucinated by Anni Albers, Louise Bourgeois, Etel Adnan, and the Victorian botanist and photographer Anna Atkins, known for her cerulean cyanotypes of plants, Barrada’s textiles collapse distinctions between art and craft, high and low, culture and nature." — Emily LaBarge for 4Columns

View the exhibition at our 5 Hanover Square gallery through May 11. Plan your visit: https://bit.ly/43pD16V

04/23/2024

Now open in , 'Peter Hujar: Portraits in Life and Death' is comprised of the complete set of 41 photographs reproduced in the acclaimed photographer's 1976 book—the only publication produced during his lifetime.

Curated by Grace Deveney, David C. and Sarajean Ruttenberg Associate Curator of Photography and Media at the Art Institute of Chicago, the exhibition presents "the perpetual tension between life and death." Hujar captured his catacombs series first in 1963, and later looked back upon these works while capturing the portraits of his friends and colleagues.

Exhibition details:
Peter Hujar: Portraits of Life and Death
April 20-November 24, 2024
Istituto Santa Maria della Pietà
Calle della Pietà
Castello 3703

Learn more: https://bit.ly/4a2W7lL

For  , each painting is a visual archive of its own, indexing and documenting the physical, performative act of creation...
04/22/2024

For , each painting is a visual archive of its own, indexing and documenting the physical, performative act of creation within the pictorial fields of his compositions.

This way of thinking about a painting as a record of a specific moment and place, the artist says, underpins his “very particular approach to gesture, mark making, and ultimately, experimentation.” In the case of his latest paintings, Pendleton’s frenetic, layered abstractions speak to the condition of being alive in 2024 and our attendant inundation with information, images, and other stimuli.

'Adam Pendleton: An Abstraction' will open at on May 3. At the link in bio, watch the artist prepare for the upcoming exhibition in his studio, read about his mark-making approach, and discover how he utilizes geometry and chaos in his process: https://bit.ly/4cL8qoD

Mark your calendars: ‘Mute Counsel,’ a pop-up exhibition featuring nine new paintings by Pace artist  , opens this Satur...
04/22/2024

Mark your calendars: ‘Mute Counsel,’ a pop-up exhibition featuring nine new paintings by Pace artist , opens this Saturday, April 27 during .

This marks the artist’s first show in Germany and her second with us since 2022. Mohamedi’s chromatic paintings introduce a new visual language of shape, rhythm, and contour, that is both radically specific and emphatically universal.

Using source material ranging from 1980s magazine advertisements to thrift store kitsch, Mohamedi lets loose the material object from its representational language to break through to the unique vitality and tactile experience of these objects. The resulting paintings embody invention and discovery, creating maps of touch that track Mohamedi’s compulsive questioning of self in matters both spiritual and mundane.

Exhibition details:
Maysha Mohamedi: Mute Counsel
April 27 – June 26, 2024
Mercator Höfe
Potsdamer Strasse 77-87, 10785 Berlin

Join us for the opening reception Friday, April 26 from 6-8pm. Learn more: https://bit.ly/3TFsgdr

Today, April 20, is the last day to view Jim Dine: The '60s at 125 Newbury.Much like fellow artists of the period, inclu...
04/20/2024

Today, April 20, is the last day to view Jim Dine: The '60s at 125 Newbury.

Much like fellow artists of the period, including , , and —Dine's co-conspirators in the Happenings—he embraced Dadaist sensibilities and pushed them to their most radical conclusions.

Visit 125 Newbury in New York's Tribeca neighborhood at the corner of Walker Street and Broadway.

Gallery hours:
Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-6pm

Learn more about current and upcoming programming: https://bit.ly/49Rf89H

Now open at The Holy See Pavilion inside the Women's Detention Center in Venice-Giudecca,  ' work is part of an unpreced...
04/19/2024

Now open at The Holy See Pavilion inside the Women's Detention Center in Venice-Giudecca, ' work is part of an unprecedented project, 'With My Eyes.'

Dedicated to the theme of human rights and people living on the margins of society, the Vatican's pavilion presents an exhibition that seeks to draw the world’s attention to those people who are largely ignored while fostering a culture of encounter.

Gomes's abstract sculptures reclaim Afro-Brazilian traditions and feminized modes of art-making from the margins of history. She is participating in the pavilion alongside eight other artists.

Exhibition details:
With My Eyes
April 20 – November 24
The Holy See Pavilion
Casa di Reclusione Femminile

Learn more about Pace artist's projects during the : https://bit.ly/4a2W7lL

Saturday, April 20 is the last chance to view  : Dilation Stage and  : Everything in the World at Pace New York.Experien...
04/18/2024

Saturday, April 20 is the last chance to view : Dilation Stage and : Everything in the World at Pace New York.

Experience abstraction inspired by Nozkowski's every day life in New York's Hudson Valley on the second floor of our 540 West 25th Street flagship, while on the third floor, Hollowell's pulsating works on paper doula visitors through the stages of labor.

Gallery hours:
Tuesday-Saturday: 10am-6pm
Sunday & Monday: Closed

Plan your visit: https://bit.ly/3umE1LV

 's sculptures will be in dialogue with works by   in Space Between the Lines, opening May 18 at  : https://bit.ly/49Dnv...
04/16/2024

's sculptures will be in dialogue with works by in Space Between the Lines, opening May 18 at : https://bit.ly/49Dnvph

Co-curated by Kwade and Pace Founder and Chairman Arne Glimcher, Space Between the Lines—the artist's first significant presentation of new work in Los Angeles, and her first major exhibition with us since joining our program in 2023—will connect the two artists who, though separated by several generations, focus on time and temporality as an organizing principle of perceptual experience.

Exhibition details:
Alicja Kwade & Agnes Martin: Space Between the Lines
May 18 – June 29, 2024
Opening reception: Saturday, May 18, 5 – 7 PM PDT

During the opening reception, join us for a conversation between Kwade and Glimcher, moderated by Pace's Chief Curator Oliver Shultz. Tracing through lines between Kwade's sculptures and the work of Martin, who was a close friend of Glimcher.

This  , we celebrate the impact of  's 'strange miracles' which serve as testament to the abstract artist's enduring imp...
04/15/2024

This , we celebrate the impact of 's 'strange miracles' which serve as testament to the abstract artist's enduring impact on culture.

Opening this week at in Venice, Willem de Kooning e l'Italia will be the first to explore the impact of De Kooning’s two stays in Italy, in 1959 and 1969, on his work.

Curated by Gary Garrels and Mario Codognato, Willem de Kooning e l'Italia will include works dating from the late 1950s to the 1980s that have never before been thoroughly explored.

In 1959 the artist was in Rome, at ’s studio, and painted experimental black-and-white works on paper, known as the Romes, and met and . In 1969, he travelled to Spoleto and Rome where, at the latter, he modelled his first thirteen sculptures in clay at the foundry of sculptor and friend, , who cast and editioned them in bronze.

Learn more about this exhibition and all Pace artist projects in Venice this week, including , , , , , and on our website: https://bit.ly/4a2W7lL

Today, April 13, is the last chance to view  's final paintings at our 510 West 25th Street gallery in Red, Yellow and B...
04/13/2024

Today, April 13, is the last chance to view 's final paintings at our 510 West 25th Street gallery in Red, Yellow and Blue: The Last Paintings.

Don't miss the opportunity to reflect on Close’s significant contributions to the history of art: https://bit.ly/3SR47Pi

We are delighted to announce the global representation of The Robert Indiana Legacy Initiative.“Robert Indiana used lang...
04/12/2024

We are delighted to announce the global representation of The Robert Indiana Legacy Initiative.

“Robert Indiana used language and color to convey universal messages of feeling and truth in his art. We’re thrilled to welcome the works held by The Robert Indiana Legacy Initiative to our program, where they fit so seamlessly.” — Marc Glimcher, CEO of Pace Gallery

A major exhibition of Indiana's work—Robert Indiana: The Sweet Mystery, a Collateral Event of the 60th International Art Exhibition—opens next week at the Procuratie Vecchie in Venice on April 20.

Learn more about the partnership and Venice collateral exhibition: https://bit.ly/4a2W7lL

Coming soon to 125 Newbury: Los Angeles-based artist  's first solo exhibition in New York, Logopanic, will take over Ar...
04/11/2024

Coming soon to 125 Newbury: Los Angeles-based artist 's first solo exhibition in New York, Logopanic, will take over Arne Glimcher's Tribeca project space.

Quin's new and deeply self-reflexive mode of abstraction circles meaning, rather than seeking to touch it directly. Making use of marks she refers to as “tubes,” together with skeins and filigrees of color that she monoprints directly onto a work’s surface, form occupies a fugue state in her paintings.

Mark your calendars for the opening reception on Friday, May 3 from 6-8pm EDT. Learn more: https://bit.ly/4aR1UuQ

In Milan, JR Artist has transformed Piazza Duca d'Aosta, and Milano Centrale Railway Statio with his installation "La Na...
04/11/2024

In Milan, JR Artist has transformed Piazza Duca d'Aosta, and Milano Centrale Railway Statio with his installation "La Nascita," on display until May 1.

The monumental trompe-l’oeil blurs the boundaries of time and place, fashioning a surreal architectural fantasy that draws a link between the grandeur of the station today and its history: JR superimposes the rugged, chiseled facade of the mountain that was excavated in 1906 for the tunnel onto the station.

Learn more about Pace artists in Italy during the upcoming Venice Biennale: https://bit.ly/4a2W7lL

Explore the rituals of daily life in  's new series, The Sensitivity of Everyday Things. These, alongside other new pain...
04/11/2024

Explore the rituals of daily life in 's new series, The Sensitivity of Everyday Things.

These, alongside other new paintings by the Ghanian artist, center around a fascination with the intangible; emotions that exist beyond the confines of language

The Play of Thought, Appah's first solo exhibition in Asia, continues on view through April 27 at at . Gain more insight into the artist's practice: https://bit.ly/3V062E1

Marking 50 years since its creation by Art Brut pioneer  , Fondation Dubuffet celebrates both the past and future of the...
04/08/2024

Marking 50 years since its creation by Art Brut pioneer , Fondation Dubuffet celebrates both the past and future of the institution.

The three-part anniversary exhibition includes a timeline exploring the Foundation's activities over the past 50 years, two rooms dedicated to major works, and a final room evoking the artist's studio at the Cartoucherie de Vincennes.

As Mildred Glimcher wrote in her essay, originally published in 's "Jean Dubuffet: Towards and Alternative Reality" (1987): 'It was impossible to be unchanged by an encounter with Jean Dubuffet, for the electricity of his passionate confidence in his beliefs, and his articulate convictìon in expressing them, pervaded his conversation as well as his written and painted oeuvre.'

Fondation Dubuffet, 1974-2024 : Chronique de 50 ans d’activités is on view through December 20, 2024. Learn more about Dubuffet at the link in bio: https://bit.ly/3xsv313

“Like time and space, it [art] has no actual physical properties. Or infinite physical properties.” –  Three sculptural ...
04/05/2024

“Like time and space, it [art] has no actual physical properties. Or infinite physical properties.” –

Three sculptural installations, including two from Irwin's unlight series, are now on view at Judd Foundation 101 Spring Street location in New York through August 31: https://bit.ly/3VHyrz7

"Sculpture/Configuration 2T 3L" (2018), a column of layered acrylic units, features a material and form first utilized by Irwin in the late 1960s. Measuring nearly ten feet in height and comprised of gray and green acrylic sheets, the work is installed in the same location as one of Irwin’s single twelve-foot columns exhibited in the space in 1971.

The sculptures "AS GOOD AS IT GETS" (2023) and “'C and C' (Complex/Coherent)" (2021) define three ephemeral elements of perception Irwin engaged throughout his practice: shadow, reflection, and color.

Interested in space and human perception, Irwin and both made works utilizing materials and installations that involved the surrounding architecture, challenging what was considered art.

Sculptural works in lnner Cosmos, Outer Universe—our group exhibition at   on view through May 4—bridge the effervescenc...
04/03/2024

Sculptural works in lnner Cosmos, Outer Universe—our group exhibition at on view through May 4—bridge the effervescence of the celestial with the solidity of geology: https://bit.ly/3Pq51kZ

's prismatic "Untitled (Mylar)" (2011) sculpture contrasts with ’s "Sungrazer I" (2018) which depicts a shooting star in earthy hues and single stalks of wheat cast on its surface, as if emerging from the soil itself.

Openings in ’s "Pranayama (Monolith, K, Rose Quartz)" (2023), determined by applying the logic of acupuncture to sculpture, create channels in the piezoelectric material that suggest the spiritual practice of ‘opening’ the body to flows of energy and breath.

“Freedom is an ongoing spatial question of motion and imagination.” —  On the fifth floor terrace of the Whitney Museum ...
04/01/2024

“Freedom is an ongoing spatial question of motion and imagination.” —

On the fifth floor terrace of the Whitney Museum of American Art, Dyson's site-specific installation "Liquid Shadows, Solid Dreams (A Monastic Playground)" is meant to be activated by visitors, who are invited to touch, sit on, and interact with the sculpture.

For Dyson, the intertwining of abstraction and Blackness is a central philosophical concern that came out of an interest in public infrastructure. The relationships between ecology, belonging, and personal history take on new meaning with the terrace’s view of the Hudson River and Museum’s location in one of New York City’s most vulnerable flood zones.

Learn more about this and other projects in the on our website: https://bit.ly/3OgF9ax

The   Poster Arhive is on view now at Vancouver Art Gallery through August 25. One of the pioneers of conceptual art in ...
04/01/2024

The Poster Arhive is on view now at Vancouver Art Gallery through August 25.

One of the pioneers of conceptual art in the 1960s, Weiner's "steadfastly uninflected, willfully incomplete" language sculptures have been infused across walls, windows, and even audio starting in the late 1960s.

The most comprehensive presentation of The Lawrence Weiner Poster Archive to-date, OF & ABOUT POSTERS includes 250 posters made between 1965-2021. Plan your visit: https://bit.ly/49jwwE1

"At first glance, Manning's work recalls the scale and style of the most swaggering of Abstract Expressionist paint-slin...
03/30/2024

"At first glance, Manning's work recalls the scale and style of the most swaggering of Abstract Expressionist paint-slingers and the swashbuckling bravura of Neo-Expressionist figuration." – Ted Barrow on

Sea Change, Manning's solo presentation at , explores enactments of movement and accumulation as they relate to luminosity and abstraction. The tangled bodies in her theatrical, stage-like compositions move through dreamlike spaces, recalling the grand 19th-century history paintings of Winslow Homer and Gustave Courbet.

Learn more about the exhibition: https://bit.ly/3PBYCmK

 : Industry opens tonight, March 28, at  .Koudelka has been working in large-format, panoramic photography since 1986, c...
03/28/2024

: Industry opens tonight, March 28, at .

Koudelka has been working in large-format, panoramic photography since 1986, capturing images of changing landscapes globally. Adopting a semi-nomadic lifestyle, Koudelka has produced deeply interconnected bodies of work that speak to the ways that the weight of history lingers within the natural world.

Join us from 6-8pm EDT for the opening reception on the 7th floor of our 540 West 25th Street gallery. Find more details here: https://bit.ly/3IeeJTu

Images: Installation views, "Josef Koudelka: Industry," March 29-April 27, 2024, Pace Gallery, New York

On view at  , Gideon Appah: The Play of Thought brings a dream-like sensibility to the gallery.Throughout  's oeuvre, su...
03/27/2024

On view at , Gideon Appah: The Play of Thought brings a dream-like sensibility to the gallery.

Throughout 's oeuvre, surrealist motifs abound. Disembodied heads, smoking hands, and suited torsos float alongside similarly uprooted—or unrooted—vegetation, merging seamlessly into the atmosphere of individual works.

Also featured in the exhibition will be a selection of charcoal drawings showcasing these motifs, marking the artist's debut exhibition of works on paper with us. Experience these works in person through April 27: https://www.pacegallery.com/exhibitions/gideon-appah-the-play-of-thought/

Snapshots of  's day one solo presentation at  ...Kwade's Mondo Monde series juxtapose raw earthly matter with mechanica...
03/27/2024

Snapshots of 's day one solo presentation at ...

Kwade's Mondo Monde series juxtapose raw earthly matter with mechanical components and human-made materials: large granite spheres either sit upon or are lodged within what appears to be a plastic patio chair.

The arrangement of eight of these sculptures alongside two additional granite spheres placed on the ground suggests an easy comparison with the numerical symbolism of our solar system: eight planets, the sun, and the recently recategorized Pluto.

Those in Hong Kong can visit us in booth 1D24, with public access hours from March 28 – 30. Learn more: https://bit.ly/3x48vmU

Symbolic and chromatic representations of the passage of time permeate many of the textile works by   in Bite the Hand a...
03/26/2024

Symbolic and chromatic representations of the passage of time permeate many of the textile works by in Bite the Hand at .

Among them, "Untitled (Hourglass I)" and "Untitled (Hourglass II)" (both 2023) feature patterns of paired triangles converging at the apex in varying hues from lilac to tangerine. A room in the gallery contains works including found objects, sewing exercises, colour samplers, and collages, evoking a future born from the duality of Afrofuturism and afro-pessimism.

Bite the Hand is on view through May 11. Learn more: https://bit.ly/43pD16V

At Hong Kong's Tamar Park and extending through the Victoria Harbor, 's new installation, Continuous, is now open. The r...
03/26/2024

At Hong Kong's Tamar Park and extending through the Victoria Harbor, 's new installation, Continuous, is now open.

The responsive artwork, on view through June 2, features glowing ovoids and trees that resonate and interact with people and natural forces, including wind and waves.

teamLab: Continuous is jointly organized by the Art Promotion Office (APO) and Science Promotion Unit (SPU) under the Leisure and Cultural Services Department of Hong Kong. Stop by and experience the installation during .

Find more details here: https://bit.ly/3vs8zMM

Works by  , including one of his large-scale UNKNOWN photographs, are included in Size Matters: Scale in Photography at ...
03/25/2024

Works by , including one of his large-scale UNKNOWN photographs, are included in Size Matters: Scale in Photography at Kunstpalast, Düsseldorf.

The exhibition, on view through May 20, illuminates the significant and often overlooked semantic shifts that accompany changes to scale in photography.

Known for investigating the invisible, Paglen has likened the night sky as revealed by infrared-sensitive equipment to "great cosmic clouds, stellar remnants, and galactic structures that recall Gustav Dore’s etchings of the Divine Comedy."

Learn more about the artist: https://bit.ly/4a93pVd

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