Brilliant Ideas: Mark Bradford

Jun 1st - Mar 31st


Streaming Artist Interview

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** Streaming online. Click "Attend Event" to watch the interview.** Mark Bradford is an American artist from Los Angeles. Known for drawing on the urban environment, he uses what he finds around him as material for his multi-layered work. Mark created one of the most talked about displays at the 2017 Venice Biennale. The artist piled up stones and gravel outside the US pavilion, to make it look like Monticello, the plantation in Virginia owned by Thomas Jefferson, the third US president. Bradford made visitors enter via a side door, as plantation slaves would have, and filled the inside with his abstract expressionist art, inspired by everything from the rise of Trump to police violence and Black Lives Matter. The result, he says, was his “most urgent exhibition to date”.


Streaming Artist Interview
901 Cherry Ave
San Bruno, CA 94066

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