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Pace Beijing
798 Art District,
No.2 Jiuxianqiao Road,
Beijing, China   map * 
tel: +86 10 8456 2862     fax: +86 10 5978 9782
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Pace Beijing, the first international branch established by PaceWildenstein, opened its door to the public on 3 August, 2008, in 798 Art District. Dedicated to the development of Asian Contemporary Art, Pace Beijing connects the west and the east for PaceWildenstein.

Arnold Glimcher founded The Pace Gallery in Boston in 1960. In 1963, The Pace Gallery moved to New York City. Pace established itself as a major contemporary gallery at the start of the 1980s, adding artists Chuck Close and Jim Dine to its stable and representing artists from all periods of the 20th century. Around this time, the gallery began representing the estates of Ad Reinhardt, Pablo Picasso, Mark Rothko and Alexander Calder. Today, PaceWildenstein maintains three gallery locations in Manhattan and represents a stable of international artists and Estates. The umbrella of PaceWildenstein also includes galleries Pace/MacGill, Pace Prints & Pace Master Prints, and Pace Primitive.

Pace Beijing is being designed by Richard Gluckman, a famous New York architect. The bauhaus-style site is in the heart of the 798 Art District. Critic and curator Leng Lin, the founder of Beijing Commune, is the president of Pace Beijing.

Opening hours:
Tue - Sun 11am - 7pm  

 

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