Pace Prints is pleased to present a selection of new editions and monoprints at its 521 W. 26th Street gallery. The exhibition will be on view May 1–August 21, 2015.
Rina Banerjee’s Solitude... employs a breadth of printmaking techniques—hard and soft ground etching, drypoint, relief, digital printing, collage, and hand-coloring—to realize her fantastical world of mythical beings.
Within Leonardo Drew’s unique works, made of cast and pigmented paper, lie organic forms that shift between microcosmic and macrocosmic scale.
Shepard Fairey’s newest hand-printed multiples, Universal Personhood 1, 2, and 3 will be exhibited for the first time in a gallery exhibition.
James Turrell’s jewel-toned set of three aquatints, Suite from Aten Reign, based on the monumental 2013 installation at the Guggenheim Museum, will be prominently featured.
Jian-Jun Zhang’s monoprints investigate the properties of water both as an abstract element and as matter that flows across time and space. Zhang’s monoprints combine water with ink, a traditional Chinese medium, symbolizing the flow of Chinese history from old to new.
Highlighting exhibitions at Pace Prints, 32 East 57th Street, will be a selection of works from Tara Donovan’s newest series of prints made from a Slinky® matrix and Dan Walsh’s 2015 Folio C etchings.
An exhibition of Lucas Samaras works will be on view in the small project room from May 1 through June 20, 2015.