April 4th – May 3rd, 2014
Pace Gallery, NYC
Robert Mangold will be presenting his new work for the first time in three years at Pace Gallery‘s West 25th Street Location. Mangold’s new work continues to explore the classic elements of composition- shape, line and color- in a series of ten canvases. Squares , rectangles, and circles are found in individual works, though Mangold modifies rings, creating compounds of angles and curves. This exhibition reveals subtle yet important changes in form and composition from the artist’s previous bodies of work.
Robert Mangold is a highly admired American minimalist artist. He was the winner of the National Endowments for the Arts Grant in 1967 and later won a Guggenheim fellowship in 1969. His work has been displayed at the Guggenheim Museum in New York, the Musee d’Orsay in Paris as well as the Stedelikijk Museum in Amsterdam. His works though visually simple, are put together by complex means creating art that is both architectural and abstract.
This will be the artist’s 14th exhibition with the Pace Gallery. For more information please click here.