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Tara Donovan’s New Work in Palo Alto at Pace and Cartier

By Whitewall

February 2, 2017

Last week, an exhibition of new work by Tara Donovan opened at Pace Palo Alto, on view through March 5. The show includes a new series called “Composition (Cards)” made from vertically stacked styrene cards arranged in rhythmic patterns. Donovan is known for her sculptural and 2D practice which employs accumulations and manipulations of mass-produced media like Slinkys, index cards, buttons, and acrylic rods.

Also on view are new works from the artist’s “Drawing (Pins)” series—geometric, gradient pieces made from pins pushed into white gatorboard. During the exhibition, two Drawing (Pins) will be on display at Cartier‘s Palo Alto boutique, connecting clients to Pace Gallery‘s newest location in Silicon Valley, and mixing everyday items with extraordinary materials and fine jewelry.

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