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Pace Hong Kong: Summer Group Show at Pace Hong Kong includes this work by Alfred Jensen, which depicts a traditional Chinese numerical system from the Lo Shu Era. The painting can be seen alongside works by Agnes Martin, Zhang Huan, Li Songsong, and others. The show is on view through September 4.

Image: Alfred Jensen, The River Diagram: Lo Shu (1971), oil on canvas.

1 month ago on 08/04/14 at 12:02pm

Pace Chesa Büsin: A retrospective of works by Zhang Huan is now on view at Pace’s gallery space at Chesa Büsin in Zuoz, Switzerland. Encompassing the artist’s diverse career, the exhibition features paintings in oil and ash, sculpture, photography, and more.

Images: [center, right] Spring Poppy Fields No. 28 (2013) oil on linen. Installation views at Chesa Büsin.

Zhang Xiaogang: A retrospective of Zhang Xiaogang’s work is currently on view at the Daegu Art Museum in Korea. Although the works on display appear quiet and tranquil, their subject matter is harrowing: the paintings explore the chaos of the Cultural Revolution of 1996-7 and the Tiananmen Incident of 1989. This exhibition, entitled Memory + ing, is the artist’s first retrospective in Korea and continues through September 10. 

Video: On Friday, April 25, Zhang Huan spoke with broadcaster, writer, and editor Philip Dodd at Pace London, discussing the artist’s new oil-on-linen paintings. Zhang Huan: Spring Poppy Fields is on view at 6 Burlington Gardens, London, through May 31, 2014. 

Pace Beijing: Qiu Xiaofei: Apollo Bangs Dionysus, the Chinese artist’s first solo exhibition at Pace Beijing, will be on view at the gallery in 798 Art District from May 10 through June 21. Stop by No. 2 Jiuxianqiao Road, Chaoyang District in Beijing to see the exhibition. 

Pace London: Liang Yuanwei: The Tension between a Bow and Elephant, is on view at Pace London's 6-10 Lexington Street location through April 26, 2014. The artist's oil paintings deepen her formal and conceptual investigations of process and perception. 

Museum Mondays:  The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Ink Art: Past as a Present in Contemporary China opens this Wednesday, December 11th. The exhibit will feature thirty-five Chinese artists, including Zhang Huan and it’ll be on view through April 6, 2014.

Song Dong and Yin Xiuzhen have collaborated with their 11-year-old daughter Song ErRui on The Way of Chopsticks, an exhibition housed in the three-story Rittenhouse Square Mansion in Philadelphia. The site-specific installation explores the changing nature of childhood and family life in China, and will be open through December 29th, 2013.

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

For his first exhibition at Pace since winter 2010, Zhang Huan premieres new oil paintings based on Buddhist masks and iconography inspired by extensive travel in Tibet, Nepal, Bhutan and India.  Please join us this Thursday, September 19th from 6 to 8pm at 534 West 25th Street.

1 year ago on 09/17/13 at 05:43pm

"In a rapidly changing China, ‘memory’ seems to vanish more quickly than everything else. That’s why preserving memory has become an alternative way of life."  - Yin Xiuzhen

Yin Xiuzhen uses memory as a critical tool to examine the political, social and environmental constructs that surround her.  Pace Beijing is proud to present a second solo exhibition of the artist on view now until Sept 28th, 2013.

©Yin Xiuzhen, courtesy of Pace Beijing

1 year ago on 07/23/13 at 12:07pm

Please join us this evening from 6 to 8 PM for the opening reception of Zhang Xiaogang.  This two-venue exhibition of new work will be on view at 508 and 510 West 25th Street, New York, from March 29th through April 27th.

©Zhang Xiaogang, Courtesy Pace Gallery

1 year ago on 03/28/13 at 11:13am

ARTINFO's highlights our current showing of Song Dong Doing Nothing.  We hope you get a chance to see it for yourself!

#MuseumMondaysReal Life Stories is currently on view at Bergen Art Museum where installations, sculptures and paintings by ten leading Chinese artists are shown in Norway for the first time. Curated by Feng Boyi and Bjørn Inge Follevaag, it exhibits works by Liu Jianhua, Li Songsong, Song Dong, Yin Xiuzhen, and Yue Minjun from Pace Beijing.

© Song Dong, Courtesy Pace Gallery

The Daily Beast visits Li Songsong's current exhibit at Pace Beijing and discusses his large-scale installation which consists of 91 “oddly shaped aluminum panels (many look like the staircase that folds into the fuselage of a small jet) all covered in Li’s signature thick paint and assembled as a tunnel”.

Photo Credits: © Li Songsong, Courtesy Pace Gallery