This #ThrowbackThursday we give you a photograph of Lucas Samaras’ first exhibit opening at Pace back in 1966. Flash-foward to nearly 46 years and his current exhibit, XYZ, is on view at 508 West 25th Street, making it the artist’s thirty-third exhibition with the gallery.
Photo Credits: Lucas Samaras, Helen and George Segal, Judith Heidler, Fred Mueller, and Arne Glimcher in front of Mirrored Room 1966 © Pace Gallery
Reblog of the day: Be sure to listen in on Richard Tuttle discuss his past installation at Pace. You can visit his current exhibit Systems, VIII–XII currently on view at 534 West 25th Street until October 13th, 2012.
Richard Tuttle talking about his work and the exhibition “What’s the Wind” at Pace Gallery
running time: 13m 43s
Reblog of the day: Since the 1960s, Richard Tuttle has created an extraordinarily varied body of work that focuses on the space between painting, sculpture, poetry, assemblage, and drawing. We hope you can visit Systems, VIII–XII on view now at 534 West 25th Street. #throwbackthursday
Richard Tuttle, installation view, 1974.
In honor of #throwbackthursdays and our Richard Tuttle: Systems, VIII–XII opening tonight, we suggest listening in on Mr. Tuttle discuss his past Pace exhibit, What’s the Wind, on WNYC.
© Richard Tuttle, courtesy The Pace Gallery
Reblog of the day: We would have loved to explore the open fields outside of Alexander Calder’s studio in Roxbury, CT where he created many of his playful outdoor sculptures.
Calder with Steel Fish, Roxbury, 1934. Photograph by James Thrall Soby.
#ThrowbackThursday: Robert Irwin.
Be sure to visit Iriwn’s current exhibit Dotting the i’s & Crossing the t’s: Part I before it closes tomorrow at 4pm! Part 2 of this exhibit will be shown at our Chelsea Gallery this coming fall!
Reblog of the day! Happy Birthday Richard Tuttle!
#ThrowbackThursday: Chuck Close at work on Fanny/Fingerpainting, 1985 © Chuck Close, courtesy The Pace Gallery
Happy Birthday Chuck!
#ThrowbackThursday: Robert Irwin’s show, Dotting the I’s & Crossing the T’s: Part 1 is currently on view at 32 East 57th Street until July 13th. We hope you can drop in!
Photo Credit: Robert Irwin, 1962. Photograph by Dennis Hopper. © The Dennis Hopper Trust
Reblog of the day! This portrait of Alexander Calder wearing a paper mask at his Roxbury home is the perfect way for us to jump start our newest feature, #throwbackthursday! More throwbacks to come…