Pace Gallery to open a solo exhibition of the American abstract painter Kenneth Noland. Stripes/ Plaids/ Shapes, the opening show of 2023, will survey canvases from a significant period in the artist’s remarkable career.
To Feel Something That Was Not of Our World is Nina Katchadourian’s first solo exhibition in the UK in nearly a decade.
To Feel Something That Was Not of Our World is Nina Katchadourian’s first exhibition at Pace London.
Pace Gallery is delighted to announce Yoshitomo Nara: Pinacoteca, a landmark solo exhibition, opening 26th November 2021. Marking the first show to utilise the full expanse of Pace’s new London gallery.
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.
The Top 5 offline Art Exhibitions that you can now see Online includes Lights, health, mirrors, breasts and beauty.
Demonic cartoon heads, rewriting American history, edible art, a hatching egg, adolescence, giant hands and hidden faces.
Weapons, mirrors, nudes, ice cubes, wind turbines, spaceships and a chandelier.
Peformance, bling, escapism, wooden assemblages, figures, colours, rococo, a headless policeman and colourful screens.
Pace London’s current exhibition features recent works in fabric by American artist, Richard Tuttle.
An interactive waterfall, a colourful corridor, plasticine kiss, a group show and East meets West.
Transcending Boundaries is an exhibition of works by teamLab featuring three rooms of immersive installations, two of which have never been seen before.
Every Weekend (mainly Saturday) we are going to choose three interesting exhibitions for you to visit.
Calder, Gothic architecture, female artists, Scottish painting and sweeping photography
This week’s top five includes humour, photography, igloos, gold foil and otherworldly landscapes
Quinn’s vivid, large-scale paper works are an assemblage of facial features which can be read as abstract-figurative works and that deal with the complex construction of identity.
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.
ART OPENING: ‘Everything falls faster than an anvil’ group exhibition @Pace London Thursday 8th May 2014
ace London is to present Everything falls faster than an anvil, a group exhibition that explores the influence of the cartoon on contemporary art.
ART PICS: James Turrell: Recent Works @PACEGallery London
Turrell is among the most influential artists of the past fifty years. This is PACE gallery’s sixth exhibition of his work …