At the Armory Show 2019, Pace Prints is pleased to present an exhibition encompassing the full breadth of its publications in Booth 508, Pier 94.
Anchoring the booth are monumental cast handmade paper works by Leonardo Drew. Bridging the disciplines of printmaking and sculpture, Drew’s works in paper pulp transform the nature of the medium from planar surface to deeply pigmented, stratified relief, with geological weight and presence.
Pat Steir’s Antelope Diptych displays’ the artist’s innovative and unique approach to printmaking, introducing gestures from her painterly lexicon and her devotion to the role of chance into the process. In her studio, Steir made unique works on Mylar to be silkscreened on paper. She then applied strokes and splashes of paint to the printed surface, creating rich veils of color and movement.
Pace Prints’ booth (508) will include a group of prints by David Hockney. Created at the artist’s Los Angeles studio, these deft and intimate etchings offer a glimpse into Hockney’s private world and the relentless inventiveness of his hand.
Also on view are works by John Chamberlain, Helen Frankenthaler, Sol LeWitt, Robert Mangold, Louise Nevelson, Kenneth Noland and James Turrell, as well as iconic aquatints by Henri Matisse.