Across Time and Space

less than half is “Face to Face” with not one but two great women: artist Chitra Ganesh and curator Beth Citron of the Rubin Museum. Join us as we talk museum interventions, animation, and public art on a scale you’ve never seen it before.

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In Case of Emergency

Jessica Sara Wilson has assembled block like constructions of nightlights, which she has placed next to animations of emergency vehicles. By abstracting the colors of these spinning and flashing light signals, she might have something to say about how we process trauma.

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The Art World's a Stage

Leonor Fini’s first U.S. retrospective is being staged at an unexpected venue: the Museum of Sex. This is no coincidence, as sometimes it is an outsider’s voice that makes us pay attention to what matters most.

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Data Harvest

less than half is “Face to Face” with installation artist Jean Shin who collects objects to incorporate into her monumental works. Whether shoe leather or plastic bottles, Shin uses the poetry of the everyday to make both a visual and social point.

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Milk and Bones

less than half is “Face to Face” with Allison Hill-Edgar, who knows bodies inside and out––she trained to be a doctor, after all. We’ll cover everything from her winding path towards becoming a painter to her unusual approach to painting her subjects submerged in milk.

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Centripetal Force

Jennifer Packer shows a remarkable ability in understanding the relationship between her subjects’ forms and the edges of their frames, giving them a centeredness that asserts itself on the canvas, giving power to people who have been left out of the canon.

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Agnes and the Spider Woman

Agnes Martin spent much of her life in Taos, New Mexico, an artist colony with a rich connection the the New Mexican landscape. 19th c. weavers of the Navajo tribe, immersed in the same environment, wove blankets of beauty and power. This show at Pace unites these two bodies of work.

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