Pace Prints is pleased to present new and recent editions in Booth A-10 at Art Basel Miami Beach 2016.
Chuck Close’s "Self Portrait" (2016) is the newest print release from the artist, created with tactile, hand-applied felt stamping in a small edition of 25.
Leonardo Drew’s "56P" and "57P" are printed and cast handmade paper with hand-applied ink and pigment, each created in an edition of three. Organic forms in metallic silver and earth tones are cast in deep relief, calling to mind the earth and stars, and pushing the physical limitations of the medium.
Tomoo Gokita’s first collaboration with Pace Prints, "Dance Party" and "The Madmen #1," will debut at the fair. The stenciled paper pulp paintings with pochoir were created in an edition of 35 at the Pace Paper workshop in Brooklyn. With obscured faces and diminutive eyes, Gokita’s monochromatic portraits are subtly provocative.
Jenny Holzer’s "Conclusion" (2016) is a set of six prints that reconstructs the United States' involvement in the “war on terror,” referencing two redacted government documents detailing foreign and national terrorism threats. Holzer physically removed copper from the plates, embedding the idea of censorship in each matrix. The works conjures Abstract Expressionist mark-making with bold, saturated rectangles in white, yellow, blue, orange, red, and green hovering atop fields of textural painted grounds.
How and Nosm’s most recent works on paper are layered, optical experiences rendered in the twins’ signature red, pink, black and white palette.
Also available are works by Will Cotton, Jean Dubuffet, Shepard Fairey, Keith Haring, Daniel Heidkamp, Arturo Herrera, KAWS, Sol LeWitt, Sven Lukin, Robert Mangold, Ryan McGinness, Yoshitomo Nara, Louise Nevelson, Ghada Amer & Reza Farkhondeh, Kenny Scharf, Joel Shapiro, Shahzia Sikander, Pat Steir, Reginald Sylvester II, James Turrell and Dan Walsh.