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New York, NY 10001
212 421 3292

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510 West 25th Street
New York, NY 10001
212 421 3292
Pace is a leading contemporary art gallery representing many of the most significant international artists and estates of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.

Under the leadership of President and CEO Marc Glimcher, Pace is a vital force within the art world and plays a critical role in shaping the history, creation, and engagement with modern and contemporary art. Since its founding by Arne Glimcher in 1960, Pace has developed a distinguished legacy for vibrant and dedicated relationships with renowned artists. As the gallery approaches the start of its seventh decade, Pace’s mission continues to be inspired by our drive to support the world’s most influential and innovative artists and to share their visionary work with people around the world.

Pace advances this mission through its dynamic global program, comprising ambitious exhibitions, artist projects, public installations, institutional collaborations, and curatorial research and writing. Today, Pace has seven locations worldwide: two galleries in New York, including its newly opened global flagship gallery at 540 West 25th Street; one in London; one in Geneva; one in Palo Alto, California; one in Hong Kong; and one in Seoul.

 

 
Installation view of Kiki Smith: Murmur
Photography by Kyle Knodell
©Kiki Smith, courtesy Pace Gallery
Installation view of Kiki Smith: Murmur
Photography by Kyle Knodell
©Kiki Smith, courtesy Pace Gallery
Installation view of Kiki Smith: Murmur
Photography by Kyle Knodell
©Kiki Smith, courtesy Pace Gallery
Installation view of Adolph Gottlieb: Classic Paintings
Photography by Guy Ben-Ari, courtesy Pace Gallery
©Adolph and Esther Gottlieb Foundation/Licensed by ARS, NY, NY
Installation view of Adolph Gottlieb: Classic Paintings
Photography by Guy Ben-Ari, courtesy Pace Gallery
©Adolph and Esther Gottlieb Foundation/Licensed by ARS, NY, NY
Installation view of Adolph Gottlieb: Classic Paintings
Photography by Guy Ben-Ari, courtesy Pace Gallery
©Adolph and Esther Gottlieb Foundation/Licensed by ARS, NY, NY
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Current Exhibitions

Glenn Kaino

Bridge (Raise Your Voice in Silence)



May 20, 2022 - June 11, 2022
Pace is pleased to detail Glenn Kaino’s first solo exhibition with the gallery since he joined the program in 2021. This show will spotlight a single large-scale installation that reflects Kaino’s decade-long collaboration with Olympic track and field athlete Tommie Smith.

Prabhavathi Meppayil



May 13, 2022 - June 18, 2022
Pace is pleased to present an exhibition of new and recent work by Indian artist Prabhavathi Meppayil. Known for her use of traditional Bangalorean goldsmithing tools and techniques, which have been passed down throughout generations in her family, Meppayil creates meticulous, subtle abstractions that bridge the past and future.

Robert Mangold

Plane Structures



May 6, 2022 - June 11, 2022
Pace is pleased to present an exhibition of new paintings by Robert Mangold, who for over six decades has investigated the possibilities of shape, line, and color as they relate to painting.

Richard Tuttle

Particles



May 5, 2022 - June 11, 2022
Pace is pleased to present an exhibition of new sculptures by Richard Tuttle, featuring wood and cast bronze works that reflect the artist’s longstanding engagement with material as a method for construction.

William Monk

The Ferryman



April 29, 2022 - June 11, 2022
Pace and GRIMM are pleased to present a three-venue exhibition of William Monk’s new paintings and works on paper across both of their spaces in New York and Pace’s East Hampton gallery. This expansive presentation will mark Monk’s second exhibition in New York. Monk is known for his atmospheric, vibrant paintings that feature mysterious and otherworldly forms. His semiabstract paintings are deeply engaged with the rich tradition and history of the medium. The artist frequently creates works as part of a series, drawing on multifarious sources of inspiration connected to his own experience. Like his other bodies of work, Monk’s new paintings evade easy categorization and interpretation. As the artist has said, “Only after the work is complete do I become aware of specific past experiences that helped to inform it—perhaps in the same way that a dream picks up on certain conscious moments and twists them.” On the occasion of the exhibition, Pace Publishing and GRIMM will jointly produce a book featuring an essay by art historian and critic Suzanne Hudson and an interview with the artist conducted by poet John Yau.