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  • Likewise, the opening Pace's second space at 9 West 57th Street in October 1963 is referenced alongside the tragedy of President John F. Kennedy's assassination less than a month later, implying that all of these historical milestones are of equal importance -- ahem!

    Dorothy Spears: Pedigree and Promise in 50 Years At Pace

  • It is also reproduced, along with an accompanying gatefold featuring the New York Times 'page one story about the sale, at the center of 50 Years at Pace's splashy catalogue, which includes more than 250 full color illustrations, and, given its heft and embossed title, resembles a tombstone.

    Dorothy Spears: Pedigree and Promise in 50 Years At Pace

  • Presenting a beautifully installed round-up of historically significant artworks, the show is comprised of loans from private collectors and institutions. 85% of the exhibited works Arnold Glimcher, Pace's founder, claims to have sold through the gallery.

    Dorothy Spears: Pedigree and Promise in 50 Years At Pace

  • Likewise, the opening Pace's second space at 9 West 57th Street in October 1963 is referenced alongside the tragedy of President John F. Kennedy's assassination less than a month later, implying that all of these historical milestones are of equal importance -- ahem!

    Dorothy Spears: Pedigree and Promise in 50 Years At Pace

  • Among 50 Years at Pace's many highlights are Roy Lichenstein's Girl With Ball, 1961, Robert Rauschenberg's Erased De Kooning Drawing (1953), and Lucas Samaras 'exquisite Mirrored Room (1966), last seen in New York City at the artists 1973 Whitney retrospective, De Kooning's seminal Woman II (1952) and a 2008 painting by Thomas Nozkowski (though Pace's homage to contemporary art, at the 510 West 25th Street space, is by far the least impressive).

    Dorothy Spears: Pedigree and Promise in 50 Years At Pace

  • Presenting a beautifully installed round-up of historically significant artworks, the show is comprised of loans from private collectors and institutions. 85% of the exhibited works Arnold Glimcher, Pace's founder, claims to have sold through the gallery.

    Dorothy Spears: Pedigree and Promise in 50 Years At Pace

  • It was just past midnight and Max Moreno, a 21-year-old senior marketing major at Pace's Lubin School of Business, had just smoked a joint with a man and woman who bought pot from him and was letting them out of his 37th floor apartment at 2 Gold Street when two men wearing black Chicago White Sox hats pushed their way in, police said.

    Pace Student Killed in Home

  • But after taking Smith, don't be surprised to see St. Louis immediately move the rookie into Pace's vacated spot.

    Draft analysis: Jets trade up to No. 5 to select Mark Sanchez

  • A memorial candlelight vigil sponsored by the Zeta Beta Tau fraternity, of which Mr. Moreno was a member, was held Wednesday night at the plaza in front of Pace's downtown Manhattan campus across the street from City Hall.

    Pace Student Killed in Home

  • It is also reproduced, along with an accompanying gatefold featuring the New York Times 'page one story about the sale, at the center of 50 Years at Pace's splashy catalogue, which includes more than 250 full color illustrations, and, given its heft and embossed title, resembles a tombstone.

    Dorothy Spears: Pedigree and Promise in 50 Years At Pace

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