Joseph Pace's work was the subject of a major exhibition organized by the National Gallery of Modern Art of Rome and held at the Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum of Decorative Art of the National Gallery of Modern Art of Rome.
In 2015 was also held at Crocetti Museum in Rome an important Joseph Pace's solo exhibition which traveled to the Circolo Italiano in São Paulo of Brazil for the June 2 Italian National Day and Republic Day celebrations.
Joseph Pace's works was permanently installed at the Afro Brasil Museum in São Paulo in 2014 for the Football World Cup Brazil.
Joseph Pace is widely known in Brazil for his extra large paintings and for his iconic sculptures shown for the first time at the Museum of Art of the Parliament in São Paulo in 2010,
Sacred art subjects are frequent in Joseph Pace's work. The works presented by the Diocesan Museum of Amalfi come from private collections, museums, and public institutions.
Hailed as one of the most important artists of the moment, painter, sculptor and printmaker Joseph Pace is celebrated in this complelling solo show. With more than forty sculpturea, paintings, assemblages, and larges prints processed by computer, draw from private collections and museums around the world, you can expect to see artistic content with philosophical undertones. Jewels also play a part. Joseph Pace Filtranisme, Museum Crocetti in Rome.