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ARLENE SHECHET

SKIRTS—an exhibition of new work by Arlene Shechet—is open in Pace Gallery’s Online Viewing Room.

ARLENE SHECHET—SKIRTS

Pace Gallery Online Viewing Room

Arlene Shechet, Skirts, Pace Gallery, New York, opened February 28, 2020, from top: Deep Dive, 2020, glazed ceramic, painted hardwood, steel; Ripple and Ruffle, 2020, glazed ceramic, hardwood, sand cast brass, steel; Grammar, 2020, glazed ceramic, steel, painted hardwood; Magic Matters, 2020, steel, painted hardwood, silver leaf; Day In, Day Out, glazed ceramic, painted hardwood, painted plywood, powder coated steel, steel; The Crown Jewel, 2020, glazed ceramic, painted hardwood, cast bronze; Touching Summer, 2020, glazed ceramic, painted hardwood. Images courtesy and © the artist and Pace Gallery.

TORKWASE DYSON — PLANTATIONOCENE, ACT II

Deja Smith, Arthur Jafa, and Gaika are featured in I SEE YOU ACROSS THAT WATER—Act II of Torkwase Dyson’s performance-sculptural piece I CAN DRINK THE DISTANCE: PLANTATIONOCENE IN TWO ACTS—co-presented this week by Performa and Pace as part of the gallery’s inaugural Pace Live program.

I SEE YOU ACROSS THAT WATER

Friday, November 22, at 8 pm.

Pace Live

540 West 25th Street, seventh floor, New York City.

Torkwase Dyson, I Can Drink the Distance: Plantationocene in Two Acts, 2019, performance and installation images (top and below) courtesy and © the artists, the photographer, and Pace. Torkwase Dyson, Nautical Disk, 2018, photographs (portrait of Dyson, second from top, and installation and performance, above) by Gabe Souza. Images courtesy and © the artists, the photographer, and the Colby Museum of Art and Lunder Institute.