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Pace to open Palo Alto gallery

The New York-based gallery group finds a permanent Silicon Valley home

The Pace gallery group, which has operated the "pop-up" PACE + Technology gallery in Menlo Park since 2014 in the former Tesla dealership at 300 El Camino Real, will open a permanent location in downtown Palo Alto in April.

It will be located at 229 Hamilton Ave., the site of the Great American Framing Shop (roughly between Coupa Cafe and Reposado), and will open on April 27 with an exhibition of the work of James Turrell, according to Pace galleries publicist Florie Hutchinson.

The Menlo Park Pace + Technology gallery is scheduled for demolition in 2017 by its landowner, Stanford University, which plans to use the site as part of its project to build 215 rental apartments, 145,000 square feet of office space and 10,000 square feet of retail space. The location will feature at least one more show after its current exhibition, Ms. Hutchinson said.

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