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Pace Gallery Celebrates Artist Fred Wilson

Friday, September 12, 2014


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New York’s grandiose art scene is a very small and widely diverse world, yet it would appear that no one was missing last night at the Chelsea location’s opening for New York-based artist, Fred Wilson. The exhibit “Sculptures, Paintings, and Installations: 2004-2014” is Wilson’s third at the gallery, since the artist joined Pace ten years ago. It features works from this period, including several pieces that have never been seen until now, and will run until October 18th.


Since the artist’s representation at Pace, his work has been acquired by the Tate in London, MoMA, The National Gallery in Washington, The Brooklyn Museum, and the Pérez Art Museum Miami, to name a few.


Celebrating with Fred last night were philanthropist and art patron Agnes Gund, Pace Gallery’s founder Arne Glimcher and president Douglas Baxter, art critic Jerry Saltz, artist Paul Kostabi, and curator Adam Weinberg.



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