Dear patrons, guests, family, and friends:
Thank you for your support and enthusiasm for Ace Gallery over the years.
We would like to invite you to a closing reception for Ace Gallery Beverly Hills in celebration of thirteen years of art exhibitions and cultural events. We will be closing the gallery’s doors mid-November to turn the property over to the MTA for construction of the scheduled Wilshire/Rodeo metro station.
Ace Gallery opened its Beverly Hills location in 2003 with the inaugural exhibition of Sam Francis’ Edge Series. Since that time, the gallery has presented major exhibitions of artists Herb Alpert, David Amico, Carl Andre, Natalie Arnoldi, Justin Bower, Lawrence Carroll, Gisela Colon, Jeff Colson, Mary Corse, The Date Farmers, Charles Fine, Judy Fox, Tierney Gearon, Matt Hope, Robert Irwin, Jay Mark Johnson, Ben Jones, Melissa Kretschmer, Gary Lang, Laurie Lipton, John Millei, Dennis Oppenheim, Helen Pashgian, Ruth Pastine, James Perkins, Melanie Pullen, Pasha Rafat, Erwin Redl, Martin Schoeller, Vincent Szarek, De Wain Valentine, Bernar Venet, and Alexander Yulish.
Currently on view at Ace Gallery Beverly Hills: Rising by Gary Lang, brings together four different series along with a monumental new piece, comprised of 24 painted panels; and Ethereal Material by Ruth Pastine, featuring her opulent minimalist paintings. Additionally we are preparing an exhibition of selected artworks in honor of Ace Gallery Beverly Hills’ notable history.
Ace Gallery Los Angeles will continue to present exemplary exhibitions of contemporary art at its Miracle Mile gallery, located at 5514 Wilshire Boulevard.
We hope you can join us on November 12th for a tribute celebration of Ace Gallery Beverly Hills, and its thirteen-year contribution to art and culture in Los Angeles.
The Ace Team