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Tara Donovan, "Sphere," 2020, plastic, 6 × 6 × 6 feet; © Tara Donovan, courtesy Pace Gallery
Tara Donovan, "Stacked Grid," 2020, plastic, 9 × 9 × 13; © Tara Donovan, courtesy Pace Gallery.
Tara Donovan, "Stacked Grid," 2020, plastic, 9 × 9 × 13; © Tara Donovan, courtesy Pace Gallery.
Tara Donovan, "Stacked Grid," 2020, plastic, 9 × 9 × 13; © Tara Donovan, courtesy Pace Gallery.
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Looking Through Tara Donovan’s “Intermediaries” at Pace

By Pearl Fontaine

January 12, 2021

Tara Donovan’s solo exhibition “Intermediaries” is a collection of connected bodies of work transforming commonplace materials into objects that push conceptual limits. Open at Pace Gallery in New York from January 15—February 27, 2021, the show features a selection of free-standing sculptures, drawings, and wall-bound works that Donovan made throughout 2019 and 2020.

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Tara Donovan, "Sphere," 2020, plastic, 6 × 6 × 6 feet; © Tara Donovan, courtesy Pace Gallery

Continuing her exploration of art’s ability to connect individuals and their environments, Donovan’s works on view focus on the experience of art in relation to space. The artist plays with elimination and manipulation of materials (seen in her Screen Drawings) and the use of translucent, light-refracting materials that invite viewers to look not just at but through the sculptures.

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Tara Donovan, "Stacked Grid," 2020, plastic, 9 × 9 × 13; © Tara Donovan, courtesy Pace Gallery.

Exhibition highlights include Stacked Grid, an architectural collection of blocks that amplify the space’s white surroundings; the wall hanging Apertures; and the disco ball-reminiscent, transparent Sphere.

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