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Arts & Entertainment - March 4, 2022

Back in black

With "Mirage," Pace Gallery revisits the work of Louise Nevelson with rarely seen collages, wall sculptures

by Sheryl Nonnenberg

Since its opening six years ago, Pace Gallery's Palo Alto location has presented exhibitions by blue-chip artists that would usually require a trip to New York City to see. The current display continues in this vein by revisiting the work of Louise Nevelson, whose sculptured columns were shown at Pace New York in 2016 — the same year that Pace opened in Palo Alto.

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