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04/22/2017 at 18:00. Facebook
Happy Earth Day! Did you know Robert Rauschenberg created the inaugural Earth Day poster? He created multiple posters in honor of this holiday to raise funds for environmental causes and educate others on the importance of protecting the planet. Read more about Rauschenberg’s longstanding focus on the environment and how it influenced his work, and about how the Rauschenberg Foundation...
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04/22/2017 at 14:51. Facebook
Today is the final day to see Kevin Francis Gray’s sculptures at 537 West 24th Street. Gray created these marble works with the Giannoni family of artisans in Pietrasanta, Tuscany, using centuries-old methods. Read more about the process for realizing these sculptures on WSJ Magazine:

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04/21/2017 at 18:45. Facebook
Check out artnet's feature on artists working with everyday materials, highlighting Tara Donovan's otherworldly sculptures. Donovan utilizes mass-produced items such as toothpicks and drinking straws to create large-scale installations and sculptures resembling natural structures like stalagmites and coral reefs. Read the full article:

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04/21/2017 at 16:43. Facebook
Robert Mangold’s fifteenth solo exhibition at Pace, “Paintings and Works on Paper 2013 - 2017” will open next Saturday, May 6th. In this new body of work, Mangold continues to explore the classic elements of composition—shape, line, and color—in a series of twelve canvases. Join us for a reception on the evening of May 5th from 6–8 PM at 510 West 25th Street. Visit our website for...
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04/20/2017 at 17:02. Facebook
Don't miss MoMA The Museum of Modern Art's exhibition, "Making Space: Women Artists and Postwar Abstraction." This show explores the too-often overlooked history of women working in abstraction in the postwar era, including Louise Nevelson and Agnes Martin, among many others. Learn more and buy tickets here!

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04/20/2017 at 14:00. Facebook
"Miró and Calder unfailingly championed and nourished each other’s work. A principle that Calder applied to his art could also describe their relationship: 'Disparity in form, color, size, weight, motion, is what makes a composition.'"

"Calder / Miró: Constellations" is now open at 32 E 57th Street.

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Miró and Calder unfailingly championed and nourished each others work A principle

Miró, Calder and a Convergence of ‘Constellations’

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04/19/2017 at 16:19. Facebook
"Calder / Miró: Constellations" opens tonight at Pace (32 E 57th St) and at Acquavella Galleries (18 E 79th St). Join us for a public reception, from 5:30 – 8 PM, celebrating these distinct yet complementary presentations which illuminate the startling affinities between these two artists.

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Pace Gallery - "Calder / Miró: Constellations" - Alexander Calder

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04/18/2017 at 14:10. Facebook
Tonight: Join us for a panel discussion between Alexander S.C. Rower, President of the Calder Foundation, and Joan Punyet Miró, Managing Director of the Successó Miró, at The Morgan Library & Museum on the occasion of the exhibition, "Calder / Miró: Constellations." The discussion will be moderated by Dr. Jordana Mendelson. Space is limited! RSVP information at the link below!
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04/17/2017 at 17:35. Facebook
This is the last week to catch "Kevin Francis Gray" at 537 West 24th Street in New York. The exhibition is comprised of sculptures carved from Carrara marble made using traditional methods at an artisan workshop in Pietrasanta, Tuscany, conveying the artist's intent to make contemporary this classical medium. See these works before the exhibition closes on Saturday, April 22nd.

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"I see a world struggle between the 2-dimensional and the 3-dimensional...between 2 and 3, is where excitement lies." Read an interview with Richard Tuttle on Blouin Artinfo about his process creating his series "The Critical Edge," which uses textiles to continue Tuttle’s exploration of materiality, space, and three-dimensionality. Visit Pace London to see these works in person!...
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We're looking ahead to Frieze Fairs in New York! We'll be showing works by Keith Sonnier at booth C3 from May 5th – 7th. Our presentation will feature Sonnier's pioneering neon sculptures from the 1960's as well as examples from the artist’s two new series of works, Ebo River and Floating Grids. Visit our website for a preview and info on how to buy tickets!

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Join Alexander S.C. Rower, President of the Calder Foundation, in conversation with Joan Punyet Miró, Managing Director of the Successió Miró at The Morgan Library & Museum on Tuesday, April 18th at 6:30 PM as they discuss the upcoming exhibition, "Calder / Miró: Constellations," presented in conjunction with Acquavella Galleries. The exhibition will open on Thursday, April 20th. Tickets are...
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"Richard Tuttle: The Critical Edge," is now open at Pace London! The exhibition explores a series of seven of Tuttle's textile works, which transcend the space between wall work and sculpture. The subtle falling of the cloth and varying opacity of the colors breathe life into these works, hereby stimulating the senses and evoking ideas of sensuality. Visit our website for more info and be sure...
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Robert Ryman has announced the donation of 21 of his works currently on view at Dia:Beacon to the Dia Art Foundation's permanent collection. “Ryman is so completely central to Dia’s mission,” said Jessica Morgan, Dia's director. “This is a culmination of almost 30 years of the foundation’s involvement with his work.”
Robert Ryman has announced the donation of 21 of his works currently

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"For me, art has always served as a portal – something that takes the viewer to another place.”- Leo Villareal. We are excited to announce Pace's first solo exhibition of New York-based light artist Leo Villareal, opening on May 4th at 537 West 24th Street. Blurring the lines between LED and projections, the exhibition features all new works and a site-specific installation that use modern...
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“In 1943, aluminum was being all used up in airplanes and becoming scarce. I cut up my aluminum boat, which I had made for the Roxbury pond, and I used it for several objects. I also devised a new form of art consisting of small bits of hardwood carved into shapes and sometimes painted, between which a definite relation was established and maintained by fixing them on the ends of steel wires....
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Installation view of "David Hockney: The Yosemite Suite," on view at Pace Palo Alto.
Installation view of "David Hockney: The Yosemite Suite" on view at Pace Palo Alto
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Pace congratulates Hilton Als on receiving the Pulitzer Prize for Criticism! Als recently wrote the catalogue essay for our exhibition, "Julian Schnabel: New Plate Paintings."
Pace congratulates Hilton Als on receiving the Pulitzer Prize for Criticism Als

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"Richard Tuttle: The Critical Edge" opens this Thursday at Pace London. This series is comprised of seven recent textile works that continue Tuttle's exploration of how a two-dimensional object can become a three-dimensional form. Check out our website for a preview and see the exhibition at Pace London on Thursday, April 13!
Richard Tuttle The Critical Edge opens this Thursday at Pace London This

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Adam Pendleton and Julie Mehretu recently spoke to Mary Anne Hobbs on why it was imperative to them to preserve Nina Simone's childhood home in Tryon, North Carolina. For Pendleton, Simone embodied the complexity of American culture. Listen back via BBC Radio 6 Music.

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