Tag Archive: Pace London

Picasso & Jacqueline: The Evolution of Style

  The Pace Gallery in New York presents Picasso & Jacqueline: The Evolution of Style, featuring nearly 140 works by Pablo Picasso created in the last two decades of his life while living… Continue reading

Pace Beijing presents Square, an exhibition of new works by Liu Jianhua

The work shown at the exhibition transforms numerous into briefness, which demonstrates his long-term sense of form and the field of beauty.

Today’s Specials at Pace

With the multiplication of food imagery in today’s media – whether it be the growing number of cuisine blogs, cooking television programmes and amateur gastronomic social media channels – Today’s Specials, an exhibition… Continue reading

Pace London presents Everything falls faster than an anvil

   Curated by CHEWDAY’S, the exhibition, presented at Pace London, 6-10 Lexington Street, features work from emerging artists such as Catharine Ahearn, Alistair Frost, among many other great talents, in dialogue with established… Continue reading

James Turrell at Pace London

For over three decades, Turrell has used light and indeterminate space — not objects, nor images — to extend and enhance perception. Turrell’s inspiration draws from astronomy, physics, architecture and theology. Turrell’s first… Continue reading

Mingei: Are You Here? at Pace London, 6-10 Lexington Street

Pace London currently presents a delicate and museum-quality exhibition at its Soho space, located at 6-10 Lexington Street. This is the gallery’s first group exhibition exploring the legacy of Mingei, a Japanese folk craft… Continue reading

Pace London presents an exhibition by Paul Thek

  Pace London presents a rare and unprecedented overview of Paul Thek works from the early to mid 1960’s, across all the media he worked, and never seen before to this extent in… Continue reading

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Calder After the War, presented at Pace London, 6 Burlington Gardens, features more than twenty-five mobiles, stabiles, and standing mobiles installed on the gallery’s ground floor. The exhibition extends to the gallery’s newly… Continue reading