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Exhibition

Mark Rothko 1968: Clearing Away

8 Oct–13 Nov 2021

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Artists represented

Pablo Picasso
David Hockney
Barbara Hepworth
Peter Hujar
Mark Rothko
Richard Avedon
Jo Baer
Acconci Studio
Yto Barrada
Lynda Benglis
David Byrne
Alexander Calder
Harry Callahan
William Christenberry
Christo and Jeanne-Claude
Chuck Close
Nigel Cooke
Mary Corse
Keith Coventry
Jules de Balincourt
Willem De Kooning
Tara Donovan
DRIFT .
Jean Dubuffet
Nathalie Du Pasquier
Torkwase Dyson
Latifa Echakhch
Tim Eitel
Elmgreen & Dragset
Robert Frank
John Gerrard
Adrian Ghenie
Sam Gilliam
David Goldblatt
Sonia Gomes
Adolph Gottlieb
Emmet Gowin
Paul Graham
Kevin Francis Gray
Hai Bo
Tim Hawkinson
Loie Hollowell
Hao Hong
Robert Irwin
Alfred Jensen
J R
Ilya and Emilia Kabakov
Glenn Kaino
Nina Katchadourian
Jeff Koons
Josef Koudelka
Richard Learoyd
Lee Ufan
Sol LeWitt
Songsong Li
Maya Lin
Jianhua Liu
Damian Loeb
Robert Longo
Rafael Lozano-Hemmer
Robert Mangold
Mao Yan
Agnes Martin
Roberto Matta
Prabhavathi Meppayil
Beatriz Milhazes
Richard Misrach
William Monk
Yoshitomo Nara
Robert Nava
Kohei Nawa
Louise Nevelson
Carsten Nicolai
Isamu Noguchi
Kenneth Noland
Thomas Nozkowski
Oldenburg/ van Bruggen
Trevor Paglen
Adam Pendleton
Irving Penn
Marina Perez Simão
Richard Pousette-Dart
Xiaofei Qiu
Random International
Robert Rauschenberg
Paolo Roversi
Michal Rovner
Lucas Samaras
Julian Schnabel
Joel Shapiro
Raqib Shaw
Arlene Shechet
James Siena
Kiki Smith
Tony Smith
Keith Sonnier
Song Dong
Saul Steinberg
Sui Jianguo
Antoni Tàpies
teamLab .
James Turrell
Richard Tuttle
JoAnn Verburg
Leo Villareal
Brent Wadden
Guangle Wang
Robert Whitman
Fred Wilson
Xiao Yu
Yin Xiuzhen
Minjun Yue
Zhang Huan
Xiaogang Zhang

Artists shown

About

Pace is a leading international art gallery representing some of the most influential contemporary artists and estates from the past century, holding decades-long relationships with Alexander Calder, Jean Dubuffet, Barbara Hepworth, Agnes Martin, Louise Nevelson, and Mark Rothko. Pace enjoys a unique U.S. heritage spanning East and West coasts through its early support of artists central to the Abstract Expressionist and Light and Space movements.

Since its founding by Arne Glimcher in 1960, Pace has developed a distinguished legacy as an artist-first gallery that mounts seminal historical and contemporary exhibitions. Under the current leadership of President and CEO Marc Glimcher, Pace continues to support its artists and share their visionary work with audiences worldwide by remaining at the forefront of innovation. Now in its seventh decade, the gallery advances its mission through a robust global program—comprising exhibitions, artist projects, public installations, institutional collaborations, performances, and interdisciplinary projects. Pace has a legacy in art bookmaking and has published over five hundred titles in close collaboration with artists, with a focus on original scholarship and on introducing new voices to the art historical canon. The gallery has also spearheaded exploration into the intersection of art and technology through new business models, exhibition interpretation tools, and representation of artists engaging with technology.

Today, Pace has nine locations worldwide including London, Geneva, a strong foothold in Palo Alto, and two galleries in New York—its headquarters at 540 West 25th Street, which welcomed almost 120,000 visitors and programmed 20 shows in its first six months and an adjacent 8,000 sq. ft. exhibition space at 510 West 25th Street. Pace was one of the first international galleries to establish outposts in Asia, where it operates permanent gallery spaces in Hong Kong and Seoul, as well as an office and viewing room in Beijing. In 2020, Pace opened temporary exhibition spaces in East Hampton and Palm Beach, with continued programming on a seasonal basis. In fall 2021, Pace will continue to expand its European presence with the opening of a larger gallery space in London.


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