這一在全球七個城市設立10 個空間的龐大機構更是廣泛與包含錄像藝術家米歇·魯芙娜（Michael Rovner）、聲音藝術家尼可萊（Carsten Nicolai）在內的當代藝術家合作；於2016年啟動的公共藝術品牌「未來佩斯」（Future\Pace），代表其在「無圍牆的畫廊」概念下，進一步開拓公共領域中與藝術家合作、介入城市地景的新模式。
自2008 年在北京設立分支機構起，佩斯畫廊已扎根亞洲十年，2014 年進駐香港後，與近年同樣在香港設立據點的其他國際頂級畫廊相比，更具成熟的亞洲在地優勢。目前佩斯畫廊已代理超過20 位亞洲藝術家，並且透過佩斯香港雙空間與首爾空間的設立，將繼續擴大亞洲視野，並期待深入東南亞地區的藝術生態。
佩斯畫廊在「台北當代藝博」上將延續機構長期以來的創新追求，以多元類型的展區規劃，挑戰以畫作展呈為主體的傳統藝博形態。羅伯特．羅森伯格、朱利安．施耐貝爾（Julian Schnabel）等國際一線藝術家作品將悉數出現於佩斯畫廊展區，米歇·魯芙娜與里奧．維拉里爾（Leo Villareal）的影像與燈光裝置也將成為一大亮點；而李禹煥、奈良美智、張曉剛、宋冬、尹秀珍等長期合作的亞洲藝術家，更是代表了佩斯畫廊在亞洲的深耕力度。
Pace Gallery: an Established Institution that Pursues Innovation and Invests Deeply in Asia
By Yan Xiao-Xiao
Even with 58-years of history, Pace Gallery is still constantly in pursuit of innovative spirit in art. Its represented artists include the renowned artist Robert Rauschenberg and Robert Whitman, two of the co-founders of the "Experiments in Art and Technology" of the 1960s; James Turrell, the key figure of the Light and Space Movement in California and so on. This large organization with 10 spaces in 7 cities around the world has collaborated extensively with video and sound artist including Michal Rovner and Carsten Nicolai. With the launch of its public art brand "Future/Pace" in 2016, Pace Gallery presents a new model of collaboration with artists on the concept of "wall-less galleries" for interventions into urban landscapes in the public domain.
To this year, Pace Gallery has already invested in Asia for a decade since the opening of its Beijing Gallery in 2008, therefore when the gallery entered Hong Kong in 2014, it was able to proceed with a much more developed presence compared to other top international galleries that have only just established in Hong Kong in recent years. Currently, Pace Gallery represents over 20 Asian artists, with two Hong Kong galleries and a newly established Seoul gallery, together they are determined on continuous expansion on their vision for Asia and also expected to further develop into Southeast Asia.
For "Taipei Dangdai", Pace Gallery continues its institutional goal of continuous pursuit in innovation, with a strategy of a multi-disciplinary exhibition that challenges the traditional form of art fair exhibitions emphasizing on painting. The works of internationally distinguished artists such as Robert Rauschenberg and Julian Schnabel amongst others, will be part of the Pace Gallery booth, also expecting to be a big highlight are the video and light installations by Michal Rovner and Leo Villareal; together with their long-term collaborating Asian artist such as Lee Ufan, Yoshitomo Nara, Zhang Xiaogang, Song Dong, Yin Xiuzhen, demonstrates the steady endeavors of Pace Gallery in Asia.