Gallery Girl: Best of 2018

To put it mildly, the past year has been explosive for Gallery Girl. On the blog, Gallery Girl has covered contemporary art exhibitions in both Europe and the Middle East, while also interviewing artists, curators and other leading art-world figures from across the globe. Offline, Gallery Girl has made her presence known through exhibitions in […]

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Classic American Photography @ Pace

The current exhibition of ‘American Classics’ at Pace Gallery is stunning. The show displays the photographs of artists whose careers began in the USA shortly after the close of the two world wars. The black and white documentary style images present an historical snapshot of American culture and politics in a striking and moving display. […]

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Brian Clarke @ Pace

Pace Gallery in Burlington Gardens has turned itself into a garden as it is now the home to dozens upon dozens of beautiful flowers. These plants have manifested onto screens and glass in paint and pencil. What is so alluring about this flora is that they are depicted in the night. They are set against […]

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Today’s Specials @ Pace

In front of the entrance of the Pace gallery in Burlington Gardens is a large menu listing the day’s specials. This doesn’t seem too surprising at first as the area is full of top restaurants and there is an eatery inside the building. However, upon closer inspection, instead of edible dishes, the specials board is […]

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Zhang Huan @ Pace

When I tell people that I wrote my dissertation on Zhang Huan the usual response is: who?! Despite the rise in popularity and interest by the west for Chinese art, many would struggle to name any contemporary Asian artists. Zhang’s career has seen him work in China and New York through a variety of media […]

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Rothko & Sugimoto @ Pace

For its inaugural exhibition at its second London location at Burlington Gardens, New York gallery Pace opens with Mark Rothko and Hiroshi Sugimoto. The gallery space which has previously been occupied by Haunch of Venison and is neighbour to the Royal Academy has been renovated by Sir David Chipperfield. The predominantly dark show is the […]

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