San Antonio, TX 78223
Friday, Nov. 2, 2012
Galleries | Art
The Linda Pace Foundation announces the first exhibition by Guest Curator and Interim Program Director, Fairfax Dorn, selecting works from the Linda Pace Collection to address issues of form and language. The exhibit will be on view at the private exhibition space of the Linda Pace Foundation, located at 114 Camp Street in San Antonio, November 2, 2012 through January 25, 2013 by appointment.
The Linda Pace Collection represents a rich cornucopia of ideas containing process, structure, spirituality, expression, identity, materiality, expressionism, and language. The exhibition title, Hieroglyphs, focuses on the illegible and legible like inventions of a hieroglyph. Works included are either constructed of gesture or words by artists George Baselitz, Forest Bess, Philip Guston, and Joan Mitchell, and contemporaries such as Trisha Donnelly, Antony Gormley, Jim Hodges, Glenn Ligon, Daniel J. Martinez, Annette Messenger, Linda Pace, Cornelia Parker, Raymond Pettibon, and Richard Tuttle.
Exhibition visits are by appointment only. Contact email@example.com to make arrangements to visit Hieroglyphs.
Find out more information at www.lindapacefoundation.org.