Pace Gallery has announced the appointment of Christiana Ine-Kimba Boyle in the newly created position of Online Sales Director. Boyle will work to support artists in the development of NFTs and digitally native projects.
Marc Glimcher, President and CEO of Pace Gallery, today announced plans to expand the business’s presence in London with a new 8,600-sq-ft location at 4 Hanover Square.
Pace returns to its physical space with an exhibition of new works by American artist Trevor Paglen. Held both at 6 Burlington Gardens and on the gallery’s digital platform, Bloom explores Paglen’s central themes of artificial intelligence, the politics of images, facial recognition technologies, and alternative futures.
As a response to its temporary gallery closures, Marc Glimcher has announced that Pace Gallery have expanded their online viewing room tool to the public, and are publishing a series of thematic and solo artist exhibitions during the period of closures caused by COVID-19 and beyond.
Art critic Tabish Khan brings you ‘The Top Art Exhibitions to see in London’ this week they include Bullies, lights, China, spheres and Malcolm X.
Gagosian, Pace Gallery + Acquavella Galleries join forces with the Marron family to handle the sale of the Donald B. Marron Family Collection.
In an unprecedented move, Acquavella Galleries, Gagosian and Pace Gallery have joined forces with the Marron family to handle the sale of the Donald B. Marron Family Collection.
A new exhibition of works by New York artist Vito Acconci FAULT-LINE-ON-5 focuses on Vito’s activities from 1969 to 1973
FAULT-LINE-ON-5 focuses on Vito Acconci’s activities from 1969 to 1973. The exhibition features video, sound and objects from Vito Acconci: CLAIM (1971) and hundreds of historic documents exploring relationships between subject and object, public space and body politics, system of movements and language.
Pace Gallery is to open an eight-story, 75,000-square-foot flagship on West 25th Street in Chelsea New York on September 14th.
The inaugural exhibitions in the space, include an exhibition of sculptures by Alexander Calder, a massive new work by David Hockney, a display of Fred Wilson’s chandelier sculptures, and an exhibition of new paintings by relative newcomer Loie Hollowell.
Two solo booths at the city’s Frieze Art Fair will be dedicated to the British artist’s work
A solo show of 17 new paintings is on view at Pace Gallery‘s 25th Street location plus
A Hockney painting is expected to shatter his auction record will be on view at Sotheby’s Upper East Side headquarters on May 4.
This week – besides confronting a Wednesday snowstorm which made Central Park delightful – I ventured to the Upper East Side for the opening of a tribute show at Tilton Gallery and then returned to Chelsea for some Bill Viola, Robert Ryman and Liu Shiuyan.
Pace Gallery will present the first major exhibition of Jean Dubuffet’s work at its gallery in London, made even more remarkable by the fact that 2017 marks the fiftieth year that Pace has represented Dubuffet.
FAD managed to catch up with artist Nigel Cooke ahead of his first exhibition in London in three years
The most interesting art events to see this week
Today a new installation by Yto Barrada was unveiled as she celebrated her receipt of the Abraaj Group Art Prize.
GO SEE: A Strong Sweet Smell of Incense A Portrait of Robert Fraser, Curated by Brian Clarke @PACEGallery London
There is a great eclectic exhibition at Pace London titled ‘A Strong Sweet Smell of Incense’that takes as inspiration the character and career of celebrated art dealer and pioneer, Robert Fraser, curated by Brian Clarke.
James Franco is everywhere, doing everything, all the time. He is an actor, writer, musician, English Literature student, teacher, director and world war agitator. Now, like everyone else in Hollywood, he is an artist, but one who exposes the heartbreaking sycophancy and emptiness of the artworld.
Art Map London’s Top ups for art events in London this week
Pace London’s summer group show is curated around the theme of food. Flavoured with humour and a pinch of salt, the theme is a blatant response to the explosion of food imagery in social media, television and publishing.