The upcoming presentation will display archival and new light works that focus on the sensations linked to space, color, and perception. The artist continues to draw inspiration from the “pure feeling in pictorial art” as he continues to test the materiality of light — a complex medium largely found across his interdisciplinary works spanning installations, holograms, works on paper, and architectural models.
The exhibition will run through February 11 to March 27, 2020. Stay tuned for more details.
Pace Gallery London
6 Burlington Gardens
London W1S 3ET
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Repost from @momaps1 | After about six months of indefinite closure, MoMA PS1 has reopened James Turrell's renowned installation "Meeting"! The work was closed in January when construction from a pair of luxury apartment buildings near the museum became visible through a rectangular opening in the ceiling. A minimal environment, "Meeting" was intended to give an unobstructed view of the sky. alluding to Quaker meeting houses and frames the waning light and weather. – Image courtesy of #MoMAPS1
Elsewhere in art, LA-based artist Mario Ayala is showcasing new figurative paintings that explore Latinx identity as part of an exhibition in Stems Gallery, Brussels.