Jules de Balincourt joins Pace Gallery

Jules de Balincourt joins Pace Gallery

Marc Glimcher, CEO and President of Pace Gallery, announced the gallery’s representation of Jules de Balincourt in collaboration with Victoria Miro and Thaddaeus Ropac. Pace will debut de Balincourt’s painting New Arrivals at its East Hampton space in August, and the artist’s first solo exhibition with the gallery will take place in Hong Kong in March 2022. de Balincourt is known internationally for colorful, radiant paintings that meditate on the social, political, and cultural dynamics of an increasingly globalized world. Shifting from a broader sociological view of borders, territories, and nation-states in his map paintings, the artist’s psychological landscapes bring us closer to humanity’s troubled relationships to natural and urban settings. Dissolving the boundaries between individuals and their environments reveals tensions created by privilege, geographic mobility, and labor.
Marc Glimcher, CEO and President of Pace Gallery, announced the gallery’s representation of Jules de Balincourt in collaboration with Victoria Miro and Thaddaeus Ropac. Pace will debut de Balincourt’s painting New Arrivals at its East Hampton space in August, and the artist’s first solo exhibition with the gallery will take place in Hong Kong in March 2022. de Balincourt is known internationally for colorful, radiant paintings that meditate on the social, political, and cultural dynamics of an increasingly globalized world. Shifting from a broader sociological view of borders, territories, and nation-states in his map paintings, the artist’s psychological landscapes bring us closer to humanity’s troubled relationships to natural and urban settings. Dissolving the boundaries between individuals and their environments reveals tensions created by privilege, geographic mobility, and labor.