Virginia Jaramillo To Be Represented Globally by Pace Gallery

New York – Pace Gallery is pleased to announce its worldwide representation of Virginia Jaramillo in collaboration with Hales Gallery. The artist, who throughout her six-decade career has engaged with and expanded the history of Minimalism, will have her debut presentation with Pace in the inaugural edition of Frieze Seoul…

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Claes Oldenburg (1929 – 2022)

Pace Gallery is saddened to announce the death of renowned Pop artist Claes Oldenburg, who passed away peacefully this morning of Monday, July 18 at the age of 93. Known for his sculptures, drawings, and colossal public monuments that transform familiar, everyday objects into animated entities, Oldenburg was a leading…

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Irving Penn: Burning Off the Page – Pace Gallery Los Angeles

Irving Penn: Burning Off the Page brings together 44 works created by the artist between the late 1930s and early 2000s. Curated by art historian Michaëla de Lacaze Mohrmann, this exhibition centers on the formal strategies and experimentations that shaped Penn’s distinctive style, which he termed “photographism.” View More…

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John Gerrard: Endling. Pace Gallery NY

New York – Pace is pleased to present Endling, an exhibition of new annual simulations by John Gerrard, at its 510 West 25th Street space in New York. Marking Gerrard’s first major solo show with Pace, the presentation will run from June 28 to August 12. The artworks on view…

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Julian Schnabel in Los Angeles. Pace Gallery

Julian Schnabel inaugurates our new gallery in Los Angeles with an exhibition titled For Esmé — with Love and Squalor. Featuring 13 new velvet paintings and a large-scale bronze sculpture, the exhibition is titled after a short story by J.D. Salinger and manifests the need for optimism in the face of violence…

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Twenty-One Humors. pacegallery.com

Musician David Byrne has nurtured a fine arts practice for much of his five-decade-long career. Byrne often imbues his understated, playful drawings, which are currently on view at Pace Gallery in New York as part of his solo exhibition How I Learned About Non-Rational Logic, with a sense of humor…

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Announcing Worldwide Representation of Paulina Olowska. Pace Gallery

Pace Gallery is pleased to announce its worldwide representation of Paulina Olowska in collaboration with Simon Lee Gallery and Foksal Gallery Foundation. The artist, whose practice spans painting, collage, sculpture, video, installation, and performance, was also represented by Metro Pictures until the gallery’s closure in December 2021. Olowska’s figurative paintings…

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