27 April 2021


Jeff Koons Quits Gagosian and Zwirner For Exclusive Pace Gallery Representation

Jeff Koons has left his long term galleries Gagosian and David Zwirner to be exclusively represented by Pace.

22 May 2018

Julian Schnabel: A Light That Failed – Edward Lucie-Smith

Julian Schnabel currently occupies an ambiguous position in the art world, which his new solo exhibition at Pace is likely to do little to clarify.

26 March 2018

11 May 2016

Keith Coventry: A Disposable Modernist Dystopia At Pace Gallery London

Pace London is currently presenting White Black Gold, an exhibition of new works by London-based artist Keith Coventry. The artist has been exploring the relationship between Modernism and its manifestations in the contemporary via two new bodies of work; Coventry questions Modernism’s ‘utopian promise’, deconstructing its power via juxtapositions with post-modern contexts. With more-than-telling titles […]

22 October 2015


Pace Gallery Release $50k Posthumous Basquiat Print From Series Represented In Whitney Museum

This must be the most expensive posthumously issued limited edition print in the history of Contemporary Art! Pace Prints have just released a Jean-Michel Basquiat print authorised by the Basquiat estate which is taken from a well known series from 1983.  The best known work from the group is in the permanent collection of the Whitney Museum of […]

21 July 2015


Group Exhibition Signal Failure To Open At Pace Gallery London

Pace London is to present Signal Failure, a group exhibition featuring works by Sara Barker, Philomene Pirecki, Cédric Eisenring, Mathis Gasser, Scott Lyall, Sergei Tcherepnin and Tobias Madison. Looking to the life and work of Agnes Martin Signal Failure is an exhibition that seeks to function as a pocket of resistance to the conditions of […]

20 April 2015


Robert Rauschenberg Foundation Drops Gagosian Gallery

The Robert Rauschenberg Foundation is to leave Gagosian Gallery, which has represented Rauschenberg since a shortly after the artist’s death in 2008. The New York Times reports that the foundation has dropped the gallery in favour of three alternatives, will now be overseen by these galleries, which are diverse and peppered across the globe: Pace […]

13 February 2015

Barbara Kruger, Robert Fraser, And Hugh Scott-Douglas – London West End Exhibition Round-up

Barbara Kruger Early Works – Skarstedt Gallery, London Skarstedt London presents the exhibition of seminal early works by American artist Barbara Kruger. The exhibition features Kruger’s trademark black and white photographs, overlaid with the artist’s provocative captions. This group of works, selected from the 1980s, examines the cultural constructions of power, identity and sexuality through […]

30 January 2015


Robert Fraser: The Dealer Becomes The Focus In New Curated Exhibition

A Strong Sweet Smell of Incense is a new momentous exhibition that will take as inspiration the character and career of celebrated art dealer and pioneer, Robert Fraser. Curated by Brian Clarke, in association with Harriet Vyner, the exhibition will be staged at the Pace London, 6 Burlington Gardens, from 6 February to 28 March […]

26 December 2014

Hiroshi Sugimoto: Still Life – Pace Gallery – Hyper-reality Is All

Pace Gallery London presents ‘Hiroshi Sugimoto: Still Life’, an exhibition comprised of thirteen large-format photographs from the artist’s ongoing Diorama series created between 1976 and 2012. Sugimoto’s photographs initially appear to be documentary photographs of the natural world, but with a certain exposure that leave the works with a strangely painterly feel – something is […]

14 April 2014


James Franco Remakes Cindy Sherman In New York Stills Drama

Actor turned artist James Franco has unveiled his latest exhibition, New Film Stills at Pace New York. It follows a successful show of his painting at the Gagosian Gallery. For his second exhibition at Pace, New Film Stills present a series of gelatin silver print photographs made in 2013 ranging in scale from 40-by-30 inch […]

12 February 2014

James Turrell Colour in Motion Reflects Our Modern Day ADD

Pace London’s current exhibition features the American artist James Turrell. Dividing its exhibition space to show each of Turrell’s works separately, it blends two tall glass pieces, Sojourn and Sensing Thought, and two wide glass pieces, Kermandec and Pelée. Turrell uses an aperture with a frosted and curved glass façade illuminated by computerized LED lights. […]

11 October 2012

Rothko Sugimoto Amplifying A Common Thrust Pace Gallery – Review

Because I’ve never attended the London or New York fashion week shows, I assume the opening of Pace gallery’s new London space was like one; or at least like the gallery openings in films, where people you apparently should want to know only whisper in each other’s ears. Pace have had (what now looks like […]

2 July 2012


Pace To Open David Chipperfield Designed London Gallery

Pace the New York based international gallery is set to open a 9,000 square foot space in London’s Mayfair. Located at 6 Burlington Gardens, directly north of the Royal Academy’s Burlington House, Pace’s gallery will occupy the west wing of the building, which is owned by the R A. Plans are to have it redesigned […]