Tonight: ARTWALK NY live and silent auctions benefiting the Coalition for the Homeless will be held at 82 Mercer Street. Auctions include works by Chuck Close and Tara Donovan.
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Museum Mondays: Opening this Saturday, August 10th, Guild Hall in East Hampton will present an exhibition of recent paintings, prints and tapestries by Chuck Close. This is the artist’s first exhibition at Guild Hall in over two decades, and will be on view through October 14th, 2013.
Photo: Courtesy Magnolia Editions and Pace Gallery
SP Arte opens TODAY at the Pavilhão Ciccillo Matarazzo, in São Paulo. Here’s a look inside our booth (G2) which includes a large-scale oil-on-canvas portrait of Joel Shapiro by Chuck Close, photography by Hiroshi Sugimoto, painting by Yoshitomo Nara, and many more.
Chuck Close mentors children as part of the program Turnaround Arts, and this past Monday he brought them to his show at Pace Gallery’s 534 W. 25th Street location for a day of art and conversation.
Photo Credit: Kirsten Luce for The New York Times
Artifex Press, the first company dedicated to the production of digital catalogues raisonnés, celebrates the release of Chuck Close: Painting, 1967-2012. This event features a demonstration of the Artifex Press digital catalogue raisonné platform, followed by a discussion with Chuck Close at The New York Public Library. We hope you can join us this evening!
Pace Gallery Gift Guide: For the little kids on your list we suggest “Chuck Close Face Book” created by Glue + Paper Workshop.
Pace Gallery’s Annual Gift Guide will be coming out next week! Stay tuned as we post gifts for every art-enthusiast on your holiday shopping list. In the meantime here are some of our favorites from last year’s gift guide:
1) A Chuck Close T-Shirt from The Walker Shop.
2) Yoshimoto Nara’s PupCup from Asia Society.
3) Sol LeWitt Serving Bowls from the Mass MoCA Store.
4) A book with text by Jonathan Safran Foer and photographs by Hiroshi Sugimoto entitled Joe.
In Chuck Close's New York studio, the artist sat down with his friend Paul Simon for a conversation about the creative process. Be sure to visit our current exhibit of Close’s work at 534 West 25th Street, open until December 22, 2012.
Recent paintings, prints, and tapestries by Chuck Close is now reopen upon completion of repairs to the gallery following Hurricane Sandy. We hope you get a chance to visit 534 West 25th Street today!
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Chuck Close at 534 West 25th Street will reopen Monday, November 12th, upon completion of repairs to the gallery.
© Chuck Close, courtesy Pace Gallery
Though Chelsea was severely impacted by the recent storm, Pace is fortunate to report that our galleries escaped major damage.
The opening of Kienholz: The Ozymandias Parade / Concept Tableaux has been rescheduled for Wednesday, November 7th, to coincide with the opening of Michal Rovner: Topography at 510 West 25th Street. Please join us from 6 to 8 PM to celebrate these two exhibitions.
Pace’s gallery at 32 East 57th Street is open. Lee Friedlander: Nudes is on view from 10 AM to 6 PM, Tuesday through Saturday.
Pace is honored to present an exhibition of recent paintings, prints, and tapestries by Chuck Close. Highlights of the exhibition, Close’s first gallery show in New York since his 2009 exhibition at Pace, include never-before-seen paintings of Phil [Glass], 2011-2012. Phil, which stretches over 9 feet tall and 7 feet wide, is the artist’s most recent iteration of his close friend, who he has captured in numerous media since 1969, when the now famed composer was working as a studio assistant to Close’s classmate from Yale, Richard Serra.
© Chuck Close, courtesy Pace Gallery
Reblog of the day: We suggest finding joy by visiting Chuck Close's current exhibit at Pace, now on view at 534 West 25th Street.
I interviewed artist Chuck Close, who told me how to find joy in life, for The One-Page Magazine in this week’s New York Times Magazine:
When I was in the hospital — I spent eight months in rehab, and I almost died — I decided that I was going to make sure I had some fun every single day. It might be a play or a movie, or it might be going by a gallery and seeing a show. Often, it’s eating.
Click here to see the page.
#MuseumMonday: We suggest visiting Regarding Warhol: Sixty Artists, Fifty Years currently on view at The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Alongside over forty-five works by Andy Warhol, on display are works by Chuck Close, David Hockney, and Hiroshi Sugimoto.
“Chuck and Andy,” by Andy Freeberg. Quite possibly the most touching picture I saw in some time.