Throwback Thursday: James Turrell works at his desk, drafting plans for Roden Crater in Flagstaff, Arizona.
If you’re in New York, check out Turrell’s holograms at Pace Gallery (booth B2), on view at ADAA: The Art Show 2014 at the Park Avenue Armory through March 9. If you’re in London, see James Turrell: Recent Works, on view at Pace London’s 6 Burlington Gardens location through April 5.
Photo by Dick Wiser via jamesturrell.com.
Pace London: Pavel Pepperstein (b. 1966 in Moscow), independent artist, writer, critic, art theorist and rap musician, will have his first solo exhibition at Pace, “Pavel Pepperstein: Debris of the Future.”
The exhibition opens to the public on Tuesday, February 11th at our 6-10 Lexington Street location.
Museum Monday: Don’t miss “Aisthesis: The Origin of Sensations,” an exhibition of work by Robert Irwin and James Turrell at Villa Panza in Varese, Italy. Turrell’s Ganzfeld, pictured above, immerses viewers in an illusion of light that distorts their depth perception.
Organized by Fondo Ambiente Italiano and LACMA, the exhibition is on view through February 11th. You can also see Turrell’s installations at “James Turrell: Recent Works,” on view at Pace London from February 7 through April 5.
Image by independent curator and art critic Sara Luizzi.
Last Chance: Pace London's first exhibition of Kevin Francis Gray’s work closes tomorrow, Saturday, January 18th.
Pace London is pleased to present an exhibition of new works by Kevin Francis Gray from November 20th to January 18th at 6 Burlington Gardens.
“Everyone knows the story. The important thing is the way that you tell it. The way depends on your attitude, and attitude changes with time. As society changes, attitude changes accordingly.” Li Songsong, July 2013.
Pace London’s current exhibit of Li Songsong's solo show, We Have Betrayed the Revolution, closes this Saturday, November 9th at 6 Burlington Gardens.
Today is the last day seven graphite paintings by the Mexican artist Bosco Sodi will be on view at Pace London, 6-10 Lexington Street. We hope you can see the show before it closes!
© 2013, Bosco Sodi, courtesy Pace Gallery
Pace is delighted to present an exhibition of works by the American artist Paul Thek, now open until November 9th, 2013 at 6 Burlington Gardens.
Pace London is delighted to present an exhibition of new paintings by Chinese artist Li Songsong from September 19th to November 9th 2013, at 6 Burlington Gardens. This is the first solo-exhibition by the artist in London.
The show provides a comprehensive view of Li Songsong’s art and focuses on the essence of the artist’s technique and painting process. The works on view embody the rapid social-cultural transformation and the ever-changing reality of Chinese society.
© 2013 Li Songsong, Courtesy Pace London
Pace is pleased to present Graphein, the first solo UK exhibition featuring new works by the Mexican artist Bosco Sodi.
Graphein features seven graphite large-scale unique and unconventional monochromatic paintings created this year, and continue Sodi’s use of pure pigment, sawdust, wood pulp, natural fibers, water, and glue.
Opening TONIGHT, Thursday, September 5th from 6 – 8 p.m at 6-10 Lexington Street, London.
©2013, Bosco Sodi, courtesy Pace Gallery
Psycho Nacirema, an exhibition featuring multi-media installations by the American artist and actor James Franco, presented by the Scottish artist Douglas Gordon is now on view at Pace London, 6-10 Lexington Street.
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The London Evening Standard reviews Calder After the War currently on view at Pace London, 6 Burlington Gardens. Be sure to visit before it closes this Friday, June 7th!
Pace is delighted to present Psycho Nacirema, an exhibition featuring multi-media installations by the American artist and actor James Franco and presented by the Scottish artist Douglas Gordon. Psycho Nacirema will be on view at Pace London, 6-10 Lexington Street, from June 6th to August 3rd. It will be Franco’s first major exhibition in the UK.
© 2013, James Franco, courtesy Pace Gallery
Pace London is pleased to present Calder After the War, a comprehensive exhibition of nearly fifty works of art from the years of 1945 to 1949, widely considered to be the most important period in the artist’s career. The exhibition will be open to the public at 6 Burlington Gardens tomorrow, Friday, April 19th.
© 2013, Calder Foundation, New York / DACS, London
This Friday, April 19th, Pace London will host a discussion between Marc Glimcher, President of Pace, and Alexander S.C. Rower, Calder Foundation President and Alexander Calder’s grandson, about the exhibition Calder After the War. A screening of Herbert Matter’s landmark short films of Calder at work in the 1940s will follow the talk.
Friday, 19 April 2013, 2.30 to 3.30 p.m. Pace London, 6 Burlington Gardens, Senate Rooms, on the first floor.
RSVP is essential, as space is limited. Please RSVP by April 18 to email@example.com.