Reblogged from art21: In a new episode from the Exclusive series, artist Kiki Smith discusses the challenges and pleasures of printmaking. This episode features previously unreleased footage filmed in 2002 at the printmaking workshop, Harlan & Weaver, in New York City. Watch the full episode here: Kiki Smith: Printmaking.
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.
ADAA The Art Show 2014: Pace Gallery is pleased to present the holograms of James Turrell at the Park Avenue Armory. Please visit us at Booth B2 starting today, March 5th, through Sunday, March 9th, 2014.
Snap and share: A visitor snaps a photo at our newest exhibition, Chuck Close: Nudes 1967 - 2014. Please stop by our 534 West 25th Street gallery to see Close’s photographs and share your own images with us on Instagram (@pacegallery).
Congratulationsto 12 Years A Slave, directed by Steve McQueen, for winning the this year’s Academy Award for Best Picture. Brad Pitt, acting in the film alongside Oscar winner Lupita Nyong’o, was recently featured in Chuck Close's Hollywood photo-shoot for Vanity Fair.
Now open: Pace Gallery is pleased to present Kiki Smith: Wonder, an exhibition of works that explore natural and spiritual worlds. Come by our 510 West 25th Street location in Chelsea to visit. This exhibition will be on view through March 29th.
Now on view: Pace Gallery is pleased to present Chuck Close: Nudes 1967 - 2014, a survey of Chuck Close's Polaroid and daguerreotype nudes. These works, displayed at our 534 West 25th Street location in Chelsea, will be on view through March 29th.
Throwback Thursday: Portrait of Richard Tuttle (b. 1941) and Agnes Martin (1912-2004), Pace artists and longtime friends. See Tuttle’s most recent works at our current 57th Street exhibition,”Looking for the Map,” on view through March 15th.
Art Books for Kids: Published in 2013 by Princeton Architectural Press, Alexander Calder: Meet the Artist! is a new children’s book by Patricia Geis. With its bright colors, pop-ups, and cutouts, this book introduces its young readers to Alexander Calder and his whimsical use of wire.
To learn more about the Meet the Artist! series, read this New York Times book review. To purchase the book, please visit the LACMA store.
Last chance: Grounded, a group exhibition of floor-based sculptures, will be on view through this Saturday, February 22nd. Kiki Smith's White Ice (1998) is pictured above. Please note that her upcoming solo exhibition, Kiki Smith: Wonder, opens on February 28th at our 510 West 25th Street location.
Be My Valentine: Artspace Magazine has published a list of the top power couples in the art world. Among the lovebirds on the list are Pace artists: Fred Wilson and Whitfield Lovell; James Siena and Katia Santibañez; Ilya and Emilia Kabakov; Chuck Close and Sienna Shields; Maya Lin and Daniel Wolf; and Robert Mangold and Sylvia Plimack-Mangold, who are pictured with their son, James, above.
Photo by John Sherman, courtesy of Robert Mangold; originally published in BOMBin 2001. To read the full article, “The Art Lovers: Power Couples of the Art World,” visit Artspace.