Marc & Arne Glimcher

Father-and-son partnership at the head of Pace

This year, Pace, the gallery run by the Glimchers, extended its presence
 in Asia with the opening of a new space in Seoul and the announcement
 of a second Hong Kong space to open next year (which will bring the number of galleries to 12). Back on home soil, the Glimchers took on the estate of Tony Smith (the gallery already represents his daughter, Kiki) and added young New York painter Loie Hollowell to the roster (‘Georgia O’Keeffe for the Instagram Age’, according to Vice). The gallery staged a museum-worthy, not-for-sale exhibition of Jean Dubuffet in London (marking 50 years since the late artist signed with Arne); David Hockney packed out Tate Britain and the Centre Pompidou; and 1980s star Julian Schnabel has been so busy since rejoining the gallery last year that Artnet.com was led to ask, ‘Is the Julian Schnabel Renaissance Officially a Thing?’