Pace is pleased to present an exhibition of paintings, photographs, relics, and musical scores by Hermann Nitsch at its 510 West 25th Street gallery in New York.
On view from March 17 to April 29, this will be Pace's first show—and the first planned posthumous exhibition—dedicated to Nitsch, a founder of the Viennese Actionism movement who died last year at age 83. The exhibition will be accompanied by the premiere of a new performance and installation by the artist Miles Greenberg with Pace Live. With performances that complement and speak to Nitsch's oeuvre, Greenberg's presentation, titled Fountain II, will situate Nitsch's experimental practice within a contemporary context.
Press release courtesy Pace Gallery.
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