Bloom of Joy / Sep 4–Oct 15, 2020

Bloom of Joy gathers artworks of modern and contemporary masters of Pace’s program that are especially impactful with their brilliant palettes and focus on perception, including James Turrell, Sam Gilliam, Mary Corse, and Peter Alexander.

Exhibition Details

Bloom of Joy
Sep 4 – Oct 15, 2020

Opening Reception: Sep 3, 20203 – 7 PM

Gallery 12/F, H Queen’s
80 Queen’s Road Central
Hong Kong

Image: James Turrell, Atlantis, Medium Rectangle Glass, 2019, L.E.D. light, etched glass and shallow space, 56″ × 73″ (142.2 cm × 185.4 cm) © James Turrell

Pace Gallery is pleased to present a new group exhibition that will offer a positive response to the ongoing challenges faced in Hong Kong as well as globally. Titled Bloom of Joy, the show brings together works by modern and contemporary masters from Pace’s program that are especially impactful with their brilliant palettes and focus on perception, including James TurrellSam GilliamMary Corse, and Peter Alexander. Since last year, the world has experienced ideological conflicts and the impact and struggles brought about by a public health emergency. Many have begun to fall into dissatisfaction with contemporary reality and find the uncertain outlook for the future challenging. Under these circumstances, the show wishes to convey a much-needed uplifting spirit by engaging viewers with the mesmerizing environment created by the presentation’s aesthetics that are both vivacious and soothing as well as evoking hope. The exhibition will open September 3, 2020 and be on view through October 15, 2020.

Installation View, Bloom of Joy, Sep 4 – Oct 15, 2020, Pace Gallery, Hong Kong © James Turrell

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