Pace Gallery Pops Up in the Swiss Alps (Again)

Pace Gallery - Chesa Büsin Courtesy Pace
Pace Gallery - Chesa Büsin Courtesy Pace

Pace will soon open a second exhibition at its temporary space in the Swiss town of Zuoz, in the Engadin valley. This latest pop up, located in a historic home called Chesa Büsin, follows a previous exhibition in the space during the February-March ski season this past winter, which gathered works by the likes of John Chamberlain, Donald Judd, and Sol Lewitt.

“Many collectors have beautiful houses and spend a significant amount of time in this part of Switzerland,” director Mollie Dent-Brocklehurst told the Art Newspaper. This second Alpine outing will feature works by Zhang Huan and take place from July to September. 


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