Bringing together work by both twentieth-century and contemporary artists, our booth at Paris Photo offers a snapshot of upcoming exhibitions across several Pace locations.
This presentation also marks the first time Pace has participated in Paris Photo since Pace/MacGill was integrated into the gallery in 2020, underscoring Pace's commitment to a robust global photography program.
Pace's booth will showcase several artists who are slated to have exhibitions at the gallery in the coming year. Artists who have recently joined Pace, including Robert Longo, Rafael Lozano-Hemmer and Glenn Kaino, will form a central component of the booth ahead of their exhibitions at Pace's New York galleries in 2021 and 2022. This presentation coincides with Lazarus Manifold, an exhibition of recent work by Longo that will continue through December 2021. A solo exhibition of Kaino's work will open in Spring 2022, marking the artist's first show since joining the gallery's roster. Likewise, Lozano-Hemmer will also have his first solo exhibition with the gallery in Fall 2022.
Further, in Spring 2022 an exhibition of Emmet Gowin will open to coincide with a new monograph titled The One Hundred Circle Farm published by Princeton University Press in early 2022. Remarkable vintage gelatin silver prints by Richard Misrach will be on view in Paris ahead of three forthcoming 2022 exhibitions of the artist's work at Pace's Palm Beach, New York and Geneva galleries. The booth will also feature a suite of intimate 1977 photographs by Peter Hujar capturing activist Robert Leviathan. Hujar's work will be exhibited at Pace's recently opened London gallery at 5 Hanover Square in 2022.
Additional highlights include works by Yto Barrada, Harry Callahan, Robert Frank, Richard Learoyd, Irving Penn, Paolo Roversi, and JoAnn Verburg. Pace will show work from the Gypsies series by Josef Koudelka, who recently made an unprecedented donation of over 4000 photographs to four major Czechoslovakian museums. Further, photographs from Paul Graham's landmark series 'A1: The Great North Road' from 1981 will be exhibited, marking the 40th anniversary of this seminal body of work.