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Mark Bradford in "Paradox"Preview

Mark Bradford transforms materials scavenged from the street into wall-sized collages and installations that respond to the impromptu networks—underground economies, migrant communities, or popular appropriation of abandoned public space—that emerge within a city.

Bradford’s work is informed by his personal background as a third-generation merchant in Los Angeles and by the traditions of abstract painting developed worldwide in the twentieth century.

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