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☀️ Good morning! Start your Sunday off with @cbssundaymorning at 9 AM to hear #PaceGallery’s founder Arne Glimcher discuss the life and career of #JeanDubuffet in the exhibition of his monumental series, “Théâtres de mémoire.” From their first meeting in 1966 until the artist’s death in 1985, Jean and Arne shared a fascinating 19 years together—tune in to hear the whole story of how the “Theatres of memory,” Dubuffet’s tour de force series from the late 1970s, came to life!

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☀️ Good morning! Start your Sunday off with @cbssundaymorning at 9 AM to hear #PaceGallery’s founder Arne Glimcher discuss the life and career of #JeanDubuffet in the exhibition of his monumental series, “Théâtres de mémoire.” From their first meeting in 1966 until the artist’s death in 1985, Jean and Arne shared a fascinating 19 years together—tune in to hear the whole story of how the “Theatres of memory,” Dubuffet’s tour de force series from the late 1970s, came to life!

Congratulations to Israeli artist Michal Rovner, who's been awarded the 2018 EMET Prize in the Arts & Culture category! The announcement comes during the run of Rovner's exhibition "Evolution," currently on view at #PaceGallery in New York, beginning at 537 West 24th Street and concluding at 508 West 25th Street. Come visit the show this weekend and see the latest from #MichalRovner's artistic practice first-hand!
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The EMET Prize is an annual prize given for excellence in academic and professional achievements that have far reaching influence and significant contribution to society. The prize is awarded by the A.M.N. Foundation for the Advancement of Science, Art and Culture in Israel.
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Image: "Michal Rovner," Photograph by Daniel Tchetchik © Michal Rovner

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Congratulations to Israeli artist Michal Rovner, who's been awarded the 2018 EMET Prize in the Arts & Culture category! The announcement comes during the run of Rovner's exhibition "Evolution," currently on view at #PaceGallery in New York, beginning at 537 West 24th Street and concluding at 508 West 25th Street. Come visit the show this weekend and see the latest from #MichalRovner's artistic practice first-hand! - The EMET Prize is an annual prize given for excellence in academic and professional achievements that have far reaching influence and significant contribution to society. The prize is awarded by the A.M.N. Foundation for the Advancement of Science, Art and Culture in Israel. - Image: "Michal Rovner," Photograph by Daniel Tchetchik © Michal Rovner

Pace is pleased to invite you to tonight's artist reception in Downtown Palo Alto for "Hai Bo: The Southern Series," from 4 – 7 PM at 229 Hamilton Avenue. For Chinese artist Hai Bo's first-ever exhibition in California, we will feature a selection of works from the artist’s recent series, "The Southern," a collection of photographs taken across Southern China.
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“If ‘The Northern’ series represents a heavy reality and pessimistic emotions, then ‘The Southern’ series is more about fantasy and virtual mental states. Life and art are just dreams,” says #HaiBo.
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Image: Hai Bo, “The Southern Series No. 24,” 2012, black and white photograph, 100 cm x 100 cm ©️ Hai Bo

2018-05-31 17:24

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Pace is pleased to invite you to tonight's artist reception in Downtown Palo Alto for "Hai Bo: The Southern Series," from 4 – 7 PM at 229 Hamilton Avenue. For Chinese artist Hai Bo's first-ever exhibition in California, we will feature a selection of works from the artist’s recent series, "The Southern," a collection of photographs taken across Southern China. - “If ‘The Northern’ series represents a heavy reality and pessimistic emotions, then ‘The Southern’ series is more about fantasy and virtual mental states. Life and art are just dreams,” says #HaiBo. - Image: Hai Bo, “The Southern Series No. 24,” 2012, black and white photograph, 100 cm x 100 cm ©️ Hai Bo

Kiki Smith's powerful career survey at @haus_der_kunst in Munich, entitled "Procession," is only up for a few more days, closing this Sunday, June 3. #kikismithHDK
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The exhibition presents an overview of #KikiSmith's artistic practice over the past three decades. Early works from the 1980s emerged in the wake of explosive changes in political, social and cultural conditions marked by the AIDS crisis, a fervent discourse on sexuality and gender, and feminist activism. However, since the early 1990s, Smith has become increasingly interested in alternative narratives, exploring history, myths, legends and tales, religious belief and the traditions of nonwestern cultures. "Procession" embraces this multiplicity and maps its development into the present day.
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Image: Installation view, "Kiki Smith: Procession," Haus der Kunst, Munich, Germany, February 2 – June 3, 2018 © Kiki Smith, courtesy Haus der Kunst

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Kiki Smith's powerful career survey at @haus_der_kunst in Munich, entitled "Procession," is only up for a few more days, closing this Sunday, June 3. #kikismithHDK - The exhibition presents an overview of #KikiSmith's artistic practice over the past three decades. Early works from the 1980s emerged in the wake of explosive changes in political, social and cultural conditions marked by the AIDS crisis, a fervent discourse on sexuality and gender, and feminist activism. However, since the early 1990s, Smith has become increasingly interested in alternative narratives, exploring history, myths, legends and tales, religious belief and the traditions of nonwestern cultures. "Procession" embraces this multiplicity and maps its development into the present day. - Image: Installation view, "Kiki Smith: Procession," Haus der Kunst, Munich, Germany, February 2 – June 3, 2018 © Kiki Smith, courtesy Haus der Kunst

"Yto Barrada: Klaatu Barrada Nikto" opens this Friday, June 1 at the @aspenartmuseum! Following an impactful exhibition at #PaceGallery in New York, a current installation at the American Academy in Rome, and her upcoming inclusion in #ArtBasel Unlimited, #YtoBarrada's museum show in Aspen will provide audiences with a comprehensive look at her multi-faceted practice. The exhibition will be on view through November 25, 2018.
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Barrada’s exhibition title, “Klaatu Barrada Nikto,” is inspired by a key line in the 1951 science-fiction film "The Day the Earth Stood Still." Functioning as a shibboleth, magical incantation, and a code for action, the untranslatable phrase was adapted by Barrada as an entry point for her Aspen Art Museum exhibition—a constellation of works that directly addresses the shifting notions of authenticity and tradition. Employing key aspects of museum exhibition practices, from the readymade to the vitrine, Barrada questions the construction of narrative and how histories are communicated, taught, and embodied within the context of their display.
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Image: Installation view, “Yto Barrada: Mobilier Urbain,” 2012, Pace Gallery, London. Photography by RG Image ©️ Yto Barrada

2018-05-29 19:06

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"Yto Barrada: Klaatu Barrada Nikto" opens this Friday, June 1 at the @aspenartmuseum! Following an impactful exhibition at #PaceGallery in New York, a current installation at the American Academy in Rome, and her upcoming inclusion in #ArtBasel Unlimited, #YtoBarrada's museum show in Aspen will provide audiences with a comprehensive look at her multi-faceted practice. The exhibition will be on view through November 25, 2018. - Barrada’s exhibition title, “Klaatu Barrada Nikto,” is inspired by a key line in the 1951 science-fiction film "The Day the Earth Stood Still." Functioning as a shibboleth, magical incantation, and a code for action, the untranslatable phrase was adapted by Barrada as an entry point for her Aspen Art Museum exhibition—a constellation of works that directly addresses the shifting notions of authenticity and tradition. Employing key aspects of museum exhibition practices, from the readymade to the vitrine, Barrada questions the construction of narrative and how histories are communicated, taught, and embodied within the context of their display. - Image: Installation view, “Yto Barrada: Mobilier Urbain,” 2012, Pace Gallery, London. Photography by RG Image ©️ Yto Barrada

2018-05-27 21:36

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In honor of #MemorialDay, Pace Gallery’s New York locations will be closed on Saturday, May 26, and Monday, May 28. Beginning next week and through the summer, #PaceGallery’s open days will be from Monday to Friday. We hope you have a wonderful holiday!
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Image: Installation view, “Robert Irwin: New ‘SCULPTURE / CONFIGURATIONS,’” May 11 – June 23, 2018, Pace Gallery, New York ©️ Robert Irwin

2018-05-25 22:22

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In honor of #MemorialDay, Pace Gallery’s New York locations will be closed on Saturday, May 26, and Monday, May 28. Beginning next week and through the summer, #PaceGallery’s open days will be from Monday to Friday. We hope you have a wonderful holiday! - Image: Installation view, “Robert Irwin: New ‘SCULPTURE / CONFIGURATIONS,’” May 11 – June 23, 2018, Pace Gallery, New York ©️ Robert Irwin

Loie Hollowell's first exhibition in Hong Kong, entitled "Switchback," is only up for a few more days before closing next Thursday, May 31. See the show at #PaceGallery's space on the 15th floor of the Hong Kong Entertainment Building, located at 30 Queen's Road Central.
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For this installation, #LoieHollowell selected paintings and drawings that share common color hues, installed in four groupings throughout the gallery. Before embarking on each of her paintings, Hollowell carefully works with pastels and graphite on paper to test out various combinations of color, shading, and forms.
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To create her paintings, she builds upon flat linen-covered panels by applying shapes carved from high-density foam that are then sealed with a mixture of sawdust and acrylic medium. Once these sculpted linen panels have reached a perfectly smooth, undulating surface, Hollowell begins to apply oil paint. Through the use of color, chiaroscuro and an ethereal sense of light and space, Hollowell creates images that play with ideas of foreground and background, figure and ground, and body and landscape.
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Image: Installation view, "Loie Hollowell: Switchback," March 27 – May 31, 2018, Pace Gallery, Hong Kong, photography by Lusher Photography.

2018-05-23 23:46

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Loie Hollowell's first exhibition in Hong Kong, entitled "Switchback," is only up for a few more days before closing next Thursday, May 31. See the show at #PaceGallery's space on the 15th floor of the Hong Kong Entertainment Building, located at 30 Queen's Road Central. - For this installation, #LoieHollowell selected paintings and drawings that share common color hues, installed in four groupings throughout the gallery. Before embarking on each of her paintings, Hollowell carefully works with pastels and graphite on paper to test out various combinations of color, shading, and forms. - To create her paintings, she builds upon flat linen-covered panels by applying shapes carved from high-density foam that are then sealed with a mixture of sawdust and acrylic medium. Once these sculpted linen panels have reached a perfectly smooth, undulating surface, Hollowell begins to apply oil paint. Through the use of color, chiaroscuro and an ethereal sense of light and space, Hollowell creates images that play with ideas of foreground and background, figure and ground, and body and landscape. - Image: Installation view, "Loie Hollowell: Switchback," March 27 – May 31, 2018, Pace Gallery, Hong Kong, photography by Lusher Photography.

@teamlab_news first ever monographic exhibition in France is now on view at @La_Villette in Paris! Titled "Au-Delà des Limites," or Beyond Limits, the exhibition is comprised of nine immersive installations, and will be on view through 9 September, 2018.
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In the 360° immersive and interactive installations, visitors are surrounded on all sides by images straight out of the imaginations of the teamLab crew. Both electronic and organic in inspiration, the installations change as visitors amble from one spot to another. The exhibition itself becomes a living digital organism constantly churning out new images that make a sharp break with our daily lives, thus whisking viewers off to a dreamlike world.
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Image: Installation view, "teamLab: Au-Delà des Limites," 15 May – 9 September, 2018, La Villette, Paris © teamLab

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@teamlab_news first ever monographic exhibition in France is now on view at @La_Villette in Paris! Titled "Au-Delà des Limites," or Beyond Limits, the exhibition is comprised of nine immersive installations, and will be on view through 9 September, 2018. - In the 360° immersive and interactive installations, visitors are surrounded on all sides by images straight out of the imaginations of the teamLab crew. Both electronic and organic in inspiration, the installations change as visitors amble from one spot to another. The exhibition itself becomes a living digital organism constantly churning out new images that make a sharp break with our daily lives, thus whisking viewers off to a dreamlike world. - Image: Installation view, "teamLab: Au-Delà des Limites," 15 May – 9 September, 2018, La Villette, Paris © teamLab

Swipe ⇨ "Hong Hao: Border" is now open at Pace Gallery in Beijing! For the artist's second exhibition with #PaceGallery in Beijing, #HongHao presents his recent works, including the latest series "Edged" and "Everchanging Appearance," revealing the thread of spontaneous growth in the artist’s work.
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The visual source for this exhibition can be traced back to the contemporary social visual archive the artist has been building since 2001 with his "My Things" series, in which every day for twelve years, the artist made a record of the everyday objects around him, scanning and categorizing them indiscriminately, and through this process of abstraction, decoupling the objects from the system of value attached to them. After this, the artist carried out multiple steps of further decoupling, causing the still vaguely recognizable outlines of the objects to disappear beneath the surface of the paintings, leaving only abstract edges and shapes.
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As this massive visual archive of consumer society progressed over a decade, it was transformed into a creative vocabulary unique to the artist. The social relationships between objects have been replaced by spatial and aesthetic relationships, as the objects have come together into abstract paintings, forming their own identity within the system of the artwork.
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Image: Hong Hao, "Everchanging Appearance No. 11," 2018, watercolor, dust, acrylic, and molding material on canvas, 150 cm x 240 cm x 4.5 cm (59-1/16" x 94-1/2" x 1-3/4") © Hong Hao

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Swipe ⇨ "Hong Hao: Border" is now open at Pace Gallery in Beijing! For the artist's second exhibition with #PaceGallery in Beijing, #HongHao presents his recent works, including the latest series "Edged" and "Everchanging Appearance," revealing the thread of spontaneous growth in the artist’s work. - The visual source for this exhibition can be traced back to the contemporary social visual archive the artist has been building since 2001 with his "My Things" series, in which every day for twelve years, the artist made a record of the everyday objects around him, scanning and categorizing them indiscriminately, and through this process of abstraction, decoupling the objects from the system of value attached to them. After this, the artist carried out multiple steps of further decoupling, causing the still vaguely recognizable outlines of the objects to disappear beneath the surface of the paintings, leaving only abstract edges and shapes. - As this massive visual archive of consumer society progressed over a decade, it was transformed into a creative vocabulary unique to the artist. The social relationships between objects have been replaced by spatial and aesthetic relationships, as the objects have come together into abstract paintings, forming their own identity within the system of the artwork. - Image: Hong Hao, "Everchanging Appearance No. 11," 2018, watercolor, dust, acrylic, and molding material on canvas, 150 cm x 240 cm x 4.5 cm (59-1/16" x 94-1/2" x 1-3/4") © Hong Hao

“Shadowed Forms,” curated by Kevin Francis Gray, is on view now through 16 June at @andersenscontemporary in Copenhagen. Presenting the work of 15 artists, the heart of exhibition features #BarbaraHepworth’s “Sheltered Form” (1972).
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This exhibition marks the first time that #Hepworth’s works have traveled to Denmark since 1964, when, in collaboration with the British Council, Copenhagen’s Kunstforeningen presented a touring exhibition of seventeen of Hepworth’s works in marble, wood, and brass. The group of artists in the exhibition collectively pay homage to Hepworth’s “Sheltered Form,” pictured at center here flanked by two marble panels of #KevinFrancisGray.
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Image: Installation view, Shadowed Forms,” Andersen’s Contemporary, 27 April – 16 June, 2018, photography by Claus Koefoed.

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“Shadowed Forms,” curated by Kevin Francis Gray, is on view now through 16 June at @andersenscontemporary in Copenhagen. Presenting the work of 15 artists, the heart of exhibition features #BarbaraHepworth’s “Sheltered Form” (1972). - This exhibition marks the first time that #Hepworth’s works have traveled to Denmark since 1964, when, in collaboration with the British Council, Copenhagen’s Kunstforeningen presented a touring exhibition of seventeen of Hepworth’s works in marble, wood, and brass. The group of artists in the exhibition collectively pay homage to Hepworth’s “Sheltered Form,” pictured at center here flanked by two marble panels of #KevinFrancisGray. - Image: Installation view, Shadowed Forms,” Andersen’s Contemporary, 27 April – 16 June, 2018, photography by Claus Koefoed.

We're pleased to invite you, for the first time in New York since 1979, to the opening of Jean Dubuffet's "Théâtres de mémoire," tonight from 6–8 PM at 510 West 25th Street. Curated by Arne Glimcher, the founder of #PaceGallery, the exhibition evolved from the critically successful presentation of the series at Pace in London in 2017, and will be on view in New York through June 29, 2018. #theatresofmemory
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The "Théâtres de mémoire" is one of #Dubuffet’s most important series of works, and contains some of the largest paintings he ever made. The series, which Dubuffet started at age 74, also marked a new technique for him and a redefinition of his art. Each work is a vast picture made up of smaller paintings, which the artist cut out and glued to the canvas. He began his process on his studio floor, where he would arrange different combinations of cut-out figures and scenes. He then used magnets to pin the paper or canvas to the wall, allowing him to easily replace one element with another, and to overlap segments until he reached his final compositions—some spanning up to nearly eight feet high by twelve feet wide.
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The paintings depict abstractions, landscapes, scribbles and figures from Dubuffet’s mind. For Dubuffet, each of the "Théâtres de mémoire" is a collection of actual places and scenes that crowd and conflict in our memory. Just as memories are hazy and incoherent, the compositions have no clear narrative or starting point.
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Image: Installation view, "Jean Dubuffet: Théâtres de mémoire," May 18 – June 29, 2018, Pace Gallery, New York, photography by Guy Ben-Ari © 2018 © 2018 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris

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We're pleased to invite you, for the first time in New York since 1979, to the opening of Jean Dubuffet's "Théâtres de mémoire," tonight from 6–8 PM at 510 West 25th Street. Curated by Arne Glimcher, the founder of #PaceGallery, the exhibition evolved from the critically successful presentation of the series at Pace in London in 2017, and will be on view in New York through June 29, 2018. #theatresofmemory - The "Théâtres de mémoire" is one of #Dubuffet’s most important series of works, and contains some of the largest paintings he ever made. The series, which Dubuffet started at age 74, also marked a new technique for him and a redefinition of his art. Each work is a vast picture made up of smaller paintings, which the artist cut out and glued to the canvas. He began his process on his studio floor, where he would arrange different combinations of cut-out figures and scenes. He then used magnets to pin the paper or canvas to the wall, allowing him to easily replace one element with another, and to overlap segments until he reached his final compositions—some spanning up to nearly eight feet high by twelve feet wide. - The paintings depict abstractions, landscapes, scribbles and figures from Dubuffet’s mind. For Dubuffet, each of the "Théâtres de mémoire" is a collection of actual places and scenes that crowd and conflict in our memory. Just as memories are hazy and incoherent, the compositions have no clear narrative or starting point. - Image: Installation view, "Jean Dubuffet: Théâtres de mémoire," May 18 – June 29, 2018, Pace Gallery, New York, photography by Guy Ben-Ari © 2018 © 2018 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris

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