As a rare treat, twenty of Louise Nevelson’s imposing black and white painted wood sculptures are currently on view at Pace Gallery. Set amid a pitch-black background, Sky Cathedral from 1964 is a re-interation of its more famous counterpart at the Museum of Modern Art. It is magnificent in its cimmerian monumentality. The work, which comprises of 18 elements, is an ingenious assemblage of stacked boxes filled with wooden furniture, spools, and mechanical parts, held together by the artist’s signature monochromatic blackness. It evokes the spiritual transcendence and stillness of a place of worship and is nurturing our spiritual imagination in the age of an increasingly fracturous political climate. At Pace through March 3.