AUGUST 28, 1960 – OCTOBER 5, 2019
Linda Pace and Rick R. Moore in 2006
“His integrity ran deep, as did his affection for the Linda Pace Foundation and the values it represents. His balanced leadership helped guide the Foundation since its inception and his impact will endure.”Kathryn Kanjo, Trustee
“I seem to keep playing the same Mahler songs over and over – for the las four years or so. It’s moody, has a lot of quiet spaces, and is dark and introspective.”Alejandro Diaz for Ruby City
Image by Ana Fernandez.
Ana Fernandez, Los Valles, 2017. Oil on panel. 54 x 78 in. © Ana Fernandez, courtesy Cinnabar Art, San Antonio, Texas. Linda Pace Foundation Collection, Ruby City, San Antonio, Texas. Image by Mark Menjivar.
“I think my work has a dream like quality to it; a stillness and a sense that something is just about to happen. My dreams are sometimes like that.”Ana Fernandez for Ruby City
“We are thrilled to have this amazing work so purposefully placed by the artist herself in our sculpture garden…There is such a dynamic connection between Rubins’s gestural sculpture and Ruby City’s faceted design.”Kelly O’Connor, Sculpture Magazine
“I wanted to add not only the Long Road to Mazatlán to my collection, but all of Isaac’s work. This was a first for me.”Linda Pace, Dreaming Red
Looking for Langston, one of Julien’s most recognized early works, is a meditation on the life of poet, novelist and playwright Langston Hughes alongside several of his contemporaries who were also integral members of the Harlem Renaissance.
Isaac Julien, "Baltimore (After Buren)," 2003
Isaac Julien, "Lina Bo Bardi - A Marvellous Entanglement," 2019
Isaac Julien, "True North," 2004
Isaac Julien, "Dreaming in Red," 2009
Isaac Julien, "Ten Thousand Waves," 2010
Isaac Julien, "Playtime," 2014
Isaac Julien, "Stones Against Diamonds," 2015
Isaac Julien, "Love," 2003
Isaac Julien, "Hate," 2003