Pace Gallery presents a group exhibition curated by Michael Xufu Huang

Pace Gallery presents a group exhibition curated by Michael Xufu Huang

Pace Gallery is presenting Metal, Wood, Water, Fire, and Earth—a group exhibition curated by art patron and founder of Beijing’s X Museum Michael Xufu Huang—which features the work of five leading young contemporary women artists from China. This collaborative presentation continues Pace’s mission of cultivating and supporting artists within a global context, offering a platform to highlight the compelling visual achievements of a new younger generation of artists working in Asia today, and reinforcing the gallery’s commitment to the region, where it operates a gallery in Hong Kong, a viewing room in Beijing, and a new, larger gallery space in Seoul which opened in May 2021. The premise of the exhibition was conceived by Huang and aligns the individual practice of each artist with one of the Five Elements, an important theory in ancient Chinese philosophy that emphasizes the idea of “wholeness”
Pace Gallery is presenting Metal, Wood, Water, Fire, and Earth—a group exhibition curated by art patron and founder of Beijing’s X Museum Michael Xufu Huang—which features the work of five leading young contemporary women artists from China. This collaborative presentation continues Pace’s mission of cultivating and supporting artists within a global context, offering a platform to highlight the compelling visual achievements of a new younger generation of artists working in Asia today, and reinforcing the gallery’s commitment to the region, where it operates a gallery in Hong Kong, a viewing room in Beijing, and a new, larger gallery space in Seoul which opened in May 2021. The premise of the exhibition was conceived by Huang and aligns the individual practice of each artist with one of the Five Elements, an important theory in ancient Chinese philosophy that emphasizes the idea of “wholeness”