Pace London, Hanover Square – home to world-leading contemporary and modern art by some of the most prominent artists and estates of the past century.
Founded in 1960 by Arne Glimcher in Boston and going on to become the first Manhattan art gallery with a presence in Beijing. Pace relocated from its Royal Academy of Arts’ 6 Burlington Gardens location to Hanover Square, Mayfair in 2021.
Expertly designed by Jamie Fobert Architects, the 8,600 sq. ft space is now home to pieces by Mark Rothko and incorporates ironmongery pieces by Gio Ponti and bespoke push plate and flush handles as well as complex access control to ensure security aligns with client-use.
Photography by Matt Clayton, courtesy Pace Gallery.