Pace Publishing announces fall 2021 release of five new titles
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Pace Publishing announces fall 2021 release of five new titles
Left to right: Thomas Nozkowski: The Last Paintings, A Tribute (2021); Mark Rothko 1968: Clearing Away (2021); Agnes Martin: The Distillation of Color (2021).

NEW YORK, NY.- Pace Publishing is pleased to announce the release of five new titles in fall 2021: Agnes Martin: The Distillation of Color, in which writers Durga Chew-Bose, Bruce Hainley, and Olivia Laing offer personal and literary responses to Martin’s work; Thomas Nozkowski: The Last Paintings, A Tribute, which includes remembrances from Martin Puryear, Peter Schjeldahl, and other members of the artist’s circle; Adrian Ghenie: The Hooligans, featuring essays by curator Apsara DiQuinzio and writer, critic, and multimedia artist Masha Tupitsyn; Mark Rothko 1968: Clearing Away, a publication designed by Kellenberger-White and featuring an essay by Barbican Art Gallery Curator Eleanor Nairne; and a limited-edition dubplate issued as part of Torkwase Dyson’s upcoming performances and multimedia installation Liquid a Place and including contributions by the DJ and producer Ron Trent as well as artists Gaika and Ase Manual. These publications build on the imprint’s 60-year legacy as one of the foremost producers of art books and art historical texts.

The release of the dubplate in conjunction with Dyson’s performance and installation, which will be staged at Pace’s new London space this fall, marks the gallery’s first foray into music publishing. This landmark endeavor aligns with the multidisciplinary purview of Pace Live and Pace’s innovative approach to producing content about its artists and their collaborators.

The gallery’s imprint serves to spotlight artists and their work in the publishing space. Over the course of its history, Pace Publishing has created over 500 titles featuring original scholarship, boundary-pushing essays, illuminating interviews, and inspired design. Legacy titles from Pace Publishing include the first English language publication on Jean Dubuffet and Kiki Smith’s The Fourth Day: Destruction of Birds. Recent releases have focused on David Adjaye and Adam Pendleton; Arlene Shechet; Sam Gilliam; and Jo Baer. Pace Publishing’s four forthcoming books will be available at Pace locations, on, and wholesale through D.A.P.

In conjunction with Pace’s recent New York presentation of Agnes Martin’s paintings from the 1970s to early 1990s, Pace Publishing will release Agnes Martin: The Distillation of Color in October. The book features an introduction by Pace President and CEO Marc Glimcher and an illustrated chronology of this critical period of Martin’s career. It also includes essays by writers Durga Chew-Bose, Bruce Hainley, and Olivia Laing. Reflecting on Martin’s profound impact on contemporary art and culture, this publication foregrounds new voices in relation to the artist’s life and career. Laing writes, “Martin once talked of wanting a viewer to be able to step inside her paintings, to access the pure land she’d documented and secured. But part of the extraordinary nature of her work is that it also attests to the enormous danger, risk, labor that such a vision required.”

Thomas Nozkowski: The Last Paintings, A Tribute accompanies Pace’s forthcoming exhibition Thomas Nozkowski: The Last Paintings, which runs from September 10 to October 23 at 540 West 25th Street in New York. Available in September, the catalogue includes an essay by the art historian Marc Mayer and remembrances of the late artist by Jennifer Gross, Joseph Masheck, Catherine Murphy, Martin Puryear, Peter Schjeldahl, Robert Storr, and Karen Wilkin, all of whom were part of Nozkowski’s circle. The book also features an illustrated chronology of Nozkowski’s life and career as well as personal photographs and drawings. As Mayer writes in his piece in the book, “With time, Nozkowski grew more confident about orchestrating the full range of his cognitive faculties in service of a good picture. His was an abstraction of the whole mind.”

Adrian Ghenie: The Hooligans will be published in September to mark the artist’s fourth solo exhibition with Pace. The book will feature recent paintings and drawings by Ghenie, who explored the notion of “hooliganism” in the creation of the works. Pace’s catalogue will feature essays by curator Apsara DiQuinzio and the writer, critic, and multimedia artist Masha Tupitsyn.

Mark Rothko 1968: Clearing Away complements Pace’s presentation of rarely seen paintings and works on paper by Mark Rothko at its new London location this fall. The book, which will be available upon the opening of the 5 Hanover Square space in October, includes an introduction by the artist’s son, Christopher Rothko, and an essay by Barbican Art Gallery Curator Eleanor Nairne. The publication also offers a short chronology of Rothko’s life in the late 1960s.

In concert with Torkwase Dyson’s collaborative Pace Live performances and multimedia installation Liquid a Place, which will be presented as part of the inauguration of the gallery’s new London space, Pace Publishing has produced a limited-edition double A-side dubplate. The dubplate features Dyson’s sound piece from her installation remixed by the DJ and producer Ron Trent along with music by the artists Gaika and Ase Manual.

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