Pace Gems: Selections from the Linda Pace Foundation Permanent Collection
April 18 — September 13, 2014
For the inaugural exhibition at SPACE, Maura Reilly curated Pace Gems. Kelly O’Connor, the Exhibitions & Collections Officer, organized the selection of works from the Foundation's permanent collection. Pace Gems aims to accurately reflect Pace’s overarching collection criteria, which focused on artists linked with the Artpace residency program and its related Hudson Show Room exhibitions, as well as other internationally recognized artists.
In addition to local San Antonio and regional artists, such as Forrest Bess, Franco Mondini-Ruiz, John Pomara, Linda Pace, and Dario Robleto, other select artworks in Pace Gems include Catherine Opie, Donald Moffett, Lynda Benglis, Kendell Geers, Teresita Fernandez, Mona Hatoum, Jim Hodges, Yayoi Kusama, Daniel Joseph Martinez, Marilyn Minter, Glenn Ligon, and Wangechi Mutu. The Foundation's newest acquisition, a monumental sculpture by Andrea Bowers, Memorial to Arcadia Woodlands Clear-Cut (2013), is included in the Pace Gems exhibition.
Parallax by Shahzia Sikander
October 8, 2014 – March 7, 2015
The Board of Trustees of the Linda Pace Foundation announces a new acquisition and the United States premiere of Parallax, a three-channel HD animation by international artist Shahzia Sikander. Parallax is Sikander’s largest and most ambitious animation to date. Sikander’s first foray into animation occurred during her time as the 2001 Artpace International Artist in Residence. Drawing is at the heart of her practice, and her work in new media explores the implications of engaging drawing with technology.
Comprised of hundreds of tiny drawings that have been digitally animated, Parallax deals with the history of maritime trade and colonial occupation in the Strait ofHormuz. The music score of Parallax is composed by Du Yun and includes poetry commissioned specifically for the score in collaboration with the Sharjah Art Foundation.
Parallax has been exhibited at the Sharjah Biennial 2013; Auckland Triennial, 2013; Dhaka Art Summit, 2014; Bildmuseet, Umea, 2014; Nikolaj Kunsthal, Copenhagen, 2014; and the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Seoul, Korea, 2014. It will be on view at the Guggenheim, Bilbao in 2015. Parallax marks the second public exhibition at SPACE, an institution maintained by the Linda Pace Foundation. The new film installation by Sikander will occupy the entirety of the exhibition space.
Arturo Herrera Adam, 2013.
Public Art Installation by Arturo Herrera
December 2013 – 2016
On view at the corner of N. Main and E. Commerce St.
San Antonio, TX