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Rob Perrée: Robert Ryman at Pace in New York

Robert Ryman at Pace in New York

One Artist, Several Scenes


The artist Robert Ryman moved to New York in the early 1950s to play jazz, spent seven years as a guard at the Museum of Modern Art and came to realize that painting was his calling. White-on-white paintings became his signature, but Mr. Ryman is also known for works consisting of multiple panels. Now a series of these are on view at Pace’s Chelsea gallery in New York through Oct. 26. The show, “Recent Paintings,” includes nine works from 2010 and 2011 as well as a 10-panel painting, “No Title Required 3” (2010). Pace calls Mr. Ryman’s “No Title Required” series his “most monumental multiple panel work to date.” (508 West 25th Street, 212-989-4258, pacegallery.com)