Please visit our Art Basel Miami Beach booth (B05), starting today until December 8th!
From top to bottom: Michal Rovner, Passing (2013); Adolph Gottlieb, White Halo - Black Ground (1967); Fred Wilson, Iago’s Desdemona (2013); Richard Pousette-Dart, Cerchio Di Dante (1986).
Last Thursday marked the opening of the new Permanent Exhibition Shoah in Block 27 at the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum, presenting new work Traces of Life: The World of the Children by Michal Rovner. Learn more HERE in Huffington Post’s most recent article.
Tomorrow, December 22nd, is the last day to visit our Michal Rovner, Chuck Close, Lee Friendlander, and Kienholz exhibitions.
Pace is fortunate to report that we will open two exhibitions in Chelsea this evening. Please join us tonight, November 7th from 6 to 8 PM for the opening receptions of Kienholz: The Ozymandias Parade / Concept Tableauxat at 510 West 25th Street, and Michal Rovner: Topography at 508 West 25th Street.
Pace is pleased to present Topography, an exhibition of new work by Michal Rovner. Rovner’s work in video, sculpture, and installation creates a chain of associations, from the poetic to the political. Her work addresses issues of time and the human condition, and also touches on processes of archaeology and science.
The exhibition will be on view at 508 West 25th Street from Thursday, November 8 through Saturday, December 22. An opening reception will be held this Wednesday, November 7th from 6 to 8 p.m.
© 2012 Michal Rovner/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
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.
We will announce the reopening of Chuck Close next week. Please continue to check www.pacegallery.com for updates.
Michal Rovner, “Medba”, 2006, pure pigment on canvas © Fiona Rae, courtesy The Pace Gallery.
This work was created after the artist’s 2004 journey across Central Asia. At Rovner’s final stop on that trip, a remote oil drilling camp in The Republic of Kazakhstan, she found and filmed the elements from which she composed various works. Rovner used the jet of flame, which shoots from the tops of oilrig smokestacks as natural gas is bled off of the well, as her primary subject.