Spanning painting, sculpture, installation, ceramic, photography, and new multimedia, Pace's booth will display an array of work by some of the most exciting international artists working today.
The presentation will include paintings by Robert Longo and Qiu Xiaofei who are both having solo exhibitions at Pace in New York, a new painting by Mary Corse who is having her new exhibition at Pace in Palo Alto, and photography works by Nina Katchadourian who is going to present her first solo exhibition in China at Pace in Hong Kong. Likewise, the booth will show works by Louise Nevelson, Joel Shapiro, and Yin Xiuzhen, whose works are also shown at Pace's group exhibition in Geneva.
In addition, the booth will feature an installation by James Turrell, who is a representative figure of Light and Space Movement, a mixed media painting by Kohei Nawa and a new installation by Studio Swine. Silent Fall, a significant installation by Studio Swine will be unveiled on 12th November in Superblue London. As a new project launched by Pace in 2020, Superblue is dedicated to bring the experimental concept of art and the extensive experience to the greater public. A sculptural work from the 'Wave' series by Maya Lin will also be presented, whose Ghost Forest is now being shown at Fotografiska New York.
The Jugglers, the most representative multiscreen installation by David Hockney will be first shown in China at Landscape Imagery which is curated by BMW Group alongside a presentation of the BMW Art Car designed by Hockney in 1995. Current events in Shanghai during the West Bund fair are: Beatriz Milhazes: Ballet em Diagonais at the Long Museum, and Marina Perez Simão: Observatory at the Sifang Museum, both events celebrate the first solo exhibition for both artists in China.