Pace Gallery is exhibiting a selection of works inspired by Rosalind Krauss’ critical writing on Sol LeWitt at the ongoing Frieze Masters 2018. Curated by Adam Pendleton, Pace’s booth at Frieze Masters 2018 brings together a selection of works that are process or conceptually oriented.
The works presented at the booth explore grids, systems, and subjectivity and reflect on two main questions: What is the relationship between the system and the self? What can process-based works reveal about subjectivity? Artists being featured include: Charles Gaines, LeWitt, Howardena Pindell, Richard Poussette-Dart, Robert Ryman, and others.
Pace Gallery is a leading contemporary art gallery representing many of the most significant international artists and estates of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. It has been a constant, vital force in the art world and has introduced many renowned artists’ work to the public for the first time With over 900 exhibitions, including scholarly shows that have subsequently traveled to museums, and published over 450 exhibition catalogues, the gallery has continuously expanded the possibilities for its role in the contemporary art ecosystem, engaging in collaborations with cultural institutions around the world, establishing the Pace Art + Technology new media center, and the Future\Pace public art brand in a demonstration of the organization's focus on the future.
The widely popular international art fair, Frieze Masters, features more than 130 leading modern and historical galleries from around the world, showcasing art from the ancient era and Old Masters to the late 20th century. The sister fair to Frieze London, aims to bridge that gap between ancient and mid-century art. The Frieze Masters art fair provides the visitors an opportunity to walk through a collection of the best art from both emerging as well as established galleries and artists. With high-end art made from the ancient era to the end of the twentieth century, the fair features some of the most major names in art, from Rembrandt to Picasso. The fair also presents talks on a more historical edge, looking at how older art impacts on contemporary practice.