This summer Pace Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition spotlighting artwork by the gallery’s staff from around the world. Just as atmospheres are bound together by a centre of gravity, this exhibition—titled Atmospheres—looks at Pace’s role as a centre of gravity for its community and celebrates the many ways in which art resonates in the lives of those operating within its orbit. Highlighting a diverse range of work produced by the gallery’s global staff, the exhibition presents a group portrait of the creativity and imagination that defines Pace. The group show will be on view July 16–August 20, 2021 at 510 West 25th Street in New York.
Many members of Pace’s staff, whose professional lives are intrinsically linked to art, are also artists themselves. Atmospheres seeks to showcase the work of those who enable the gallery to run and thrive daily. Featuring over 50 works, the exhibition examines what it means to be an artist while working in the service of art, and the many ways in which art manifests itself beyond the gallery walls. The presentation reflects the innovative culture of the gallery while collectively and collaboratively celebrating togetherness and unity following a year marked by unprecedented challenges.
Continuing a tradition of Pace staff exhibitions, Atmospheres follows the previous group presentation in New York in 2019. Featuring work by colleagues from all global gallery locations—New York, Palo Alto, London, Geneva, Hong Kong, Beijing, and Seoul—the works on view span drawing, photography, painting, performance, sculpture, and digital art, showcasing a range of perspectives and the expansive imagination and creativity of the Pace community.
Press release courtesy Pace Gallery.