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Where Are They Now?

I had thought some of London’s galleries might close for good at the end of lockdown, but there’s no sign of any such trend. Rather, several have made good use of the last year’s hiatuses to relocate, typically to superior spaces.

Trevor Paglen Bloom (#8d5b4a), 2020 vinyl print dimensions variable

Trevor Paglen Bloom

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.

FAD MAGAZINE Nigel Cooke Midnights, a solo exhibition

Nigel Cooke Midnights, a solo exhibition

Pace Gallery presents Nigel Cooke: Midnights, a solo exhibition of six new works on paper that further explore the artist’s recent shift to abstraction and reflect his practice during quarantine over the past months.

Mandala Zone

If two’s a tendency and three’s a trend, then mandalas – orient-originated schematized circular representations of the cosmos through intricate geometry – are in fashion at the moment.

Julian Schnabel, Photo by Louise Kugelberg, Paris, France, 2016 FAD MAGAZINE

New Julian Schnabel exhibition for London.

Julian Schnabel: This is the first solo presentation by the artist at Pace in London. The exhibition features twelve recent paintings using imagery and an approach to painting that the artist has refined throughout his career.

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