Monoprint by Pat Steir © Dorothy Hong for the Wall Street Journal.
Pace Prints featured in WSJ article on Christina Miller of 1st Dibs

Several notable Pace Prints editions were featured in The Wall Street Journal on Friday, April 28, 2017, including screenprinted monoprints by Pat Steir, a stenciled handmade paper print by Kenneth Noland, screenprints by Donald Baechler and an archival pigment print by James Turrell. The article, A Minimalist Makeover in Manhattan, profiles Christina Miller, Head of North American Dealer Relations at 1stdibs. Miller and her husband Philip Hall completed a $700,000, 14-month renovation of their condo in Manhattan’s NoMad neighborhood, designed by Aaron Schiller of New York-based Schiller Projects. For the full article with more images, click the link in the right column.

Jean Dubuffet, "La fermière (The Farmer’s Wife)," March 1955
Dubuffet Drawings at the Hammer Museum
Sunday, January 29, 2017 - Sunday, April 30, 2017

On view at The Hammer Museum at UCLA is an exhibition of nearly 100 works on paper from leading French artist of the 20th century, Jean Dubuffet from the artist’s most innovative years.

From the museum:

Dubuffet (1901–1985) eschewed traditional notions of beauty in art in favor of what he perceived as more authentic forms of expression, inspired by graffiti, children’s drawings, and the creations of psychiatric patients. Drawing played a major role in his development as he explored on paper new subjects and techniques and experimented with non-traditional tools and modes of application. This is the first in-depth museum exhibition of Dubuffet’s drawings. It includes almost one hundred works from his most innovative years—between 1935 and 1962—borrowed from private and public collections in France and the United States. Dubuffet applied his radical approach to subjects ranging from views of Paris and its metro to nudes, portraits of writers, majestic beards, and scenes from the Sahara desert. His art has been influential on later generations of artists up to today.

Installation view of Leonardo Drew "Number 184" (left) and Emilio Perez "When Words Don't Mean a Thing" (right).
Emilio Perez and Leonardo Drew at Jacob Lewis Gallery
Friday, April 7, 2017 - Saturday, May 6, 2017

Work by Pace Prints collaborators Emilio Perez and Leonardo Drew is currently on view in a two-person exhibition at Jacob Lewis Gallery, 521 West 26th Street, 4th Floor. The show will be on view through May 6, 2017.

Evoking the natural environment, the cosmos and bodily systems, Emilio Perez’s paintings on panel and Leonardo Drew’s sculptural assemblages are created intuitively through labor-intensive processes in the artists’ distinct, idiosyncratic visual languages.

Emilio Perez’s newest large-scale diptych and panel paintings undulate with abstract forms in jewel-like colors. Perez’s process-driven approach begins with layers of bold, painterly gestures applied to a sprayed on ground. The artist responds to the surface intuitively, carving away negative space and defining varying fields of color with graphic, hard-edged line. Taking cues from American action painters, pulp graphic arts and the Italian Baroque, Perez’s rhythmic labyrinth of forms fuse painterly concerns to create, in his words, “a journey that, ultimately, the viewer is invited to define.”

Leonardo Drew’s abstract sculptures are crafted additively using seemingly found natural materials. Working from a vast collection of materials amassed over his prolific career, Drew tightly layers painted woodchips, branches and scraps into discreet wall-mounted works in relief. The pieces speak to the interconnectedness of all things as they grapple energetically with the collateral of urban decay and the cyclical nature of human existence—birth, ruin and re-growth.

Alexander Calder , "Constellation," 1943, wood, wire and paint, 33" x 36" x 14" (83.8 cm x 91.4 cm x 35.6 cm)
Congratulations to Pace Gallery on extraordinary exhibition 'Calder / Miró: Constellations'
Thursday, April 20, 2017 - Friday, June 30, 2017

Pace Gallery's current exhibition, Calder / Miró: Constellations is one of the most exciting exhibitions of the decade. The extraordinary works lent internationally from museums and private collections are installed in a manner that only Sandy himself might have thought to do. Bravo to Pace Gallery, Acquavella Galleries Inc, Sandy Rower & Marc Glimcher! —Dick Solomon, President, Pace Prints

The exhibition will be on view through June 30, 2017 at 32 East 57th Street.

Yoshitomo Nara, "Midnight Surprise," 2017, acrylic on canvas, 51 3/16" x 45 7/8"
Yoshitomo Nara's first exhibition in New York since 2013
Friday, March 31, 2017 - Saturday, April 29, 2017

Pace Gallery is pleased to present Thinker, Yoshitomo Nara’s first solo exhibition in New York since 2013. This exhibition features over fifty new works by Nara including paintings, sculptures, ceramics and works on paper. Thirty years after he first made his mark on the international art stage, the exhibition reflects on where Nara is now. The viewer is presented with an older Nara whose artistic practice embodies a meditative approach. Thinker will be on view at 510 West 25th Street from March 31 through April 29, with an opening reception for the public on Friday, March 31, 6 to 8 p.m.

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