ARTnews in Brief: Pace Gallery Now Represents Robert Nava—and More from November 30, 2020

BYAlex GreenbergerClaire SelvinTessa SolomonNovember 30, 2020 12:00pm

Robert Nava, Lightning Keeper, Kiss of
Robert Nava, Lightning Keeper, Kiss of Death, 2020.©ROBERT NAVA/COURTESY PACE GALLERY

Monday, November 30

Pace Gallery Now Represents Robert Nava
Robert Nava, a young painter known for his figurations focused on mythology, has joined the roster of Pace Gallery, which has locations in New York, London, Hong Kong, Seoul, Geneva, and Palo Alto, as well as pop-ups in East Hampton and Palm Beach. Nava’s paintings of winged horses, hybrid beasts, and carnage have been shown at Vito Schnabel Gallery (St. Moritz, Switzerland, and New York), Night Gallery (Los Angeles), and Sorry We’re Closed (Brussels), all of whom will continue to represent him, and his work will be featured in Pace’s Art Basel Miami Beach viewing room this week. “Robert Nava’s work reveals a new contemporary mythology,” Pace Gallery president and CEO Marc Glimcher said in a statement.

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