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It’s a mini arts fest tonight in Chelsea courtesy of the Pace Gallery.Head over to the opening party for Berlin-based artist and musicianCarsten Nicolai’s U.S. debut of "Pionier I” from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., andthen stick around to check out the recently opened David Byrnes andAgnes Martin exhibitions—all on the same block—which will haveextended hours until 8 p.m. Nicolai’s piece was first exhibited thispast spring at the Contemporary Art Centre in Lithuania and nowinhabits—or rather billows through—the gallery’s hangar-like space at545 West 22nd Street. The piece consists of "a white silk parachute,which is inflated with a wind machine, and raster gradient, alarge-scale black-and-white gradient that optically expands andcontracts the space of the gallery.” Meanwhile, Byrnes’ piece titled"Tight Spot” occupies a prime spot under the newly opened secondsection of the High Line on 25th Street. Coincidentally, his outdoorinstallation also utilizes an inflated large-scale globe featuringsculptural and audio components. There is most certainly something inthe air tonight…
The Pace Gallery