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.

Mark Bradford Kryptonite, 2006 Mixed media,collage on paper 249 x 301 cm

Mark Bradford, Strawberry, 2002; photomechanical reproductions, acrylic gel medium, permanent-wave end papers, and additional mixed media on canvas; 72 x 84 inches http://www.pinocchioisonfire.org/ http://www.sfmoma.org/exhib_events/exhibitions/431

Mark Bradford (BFA Art "Strawberry, photomechanical reproductions, acrylic gel medium, permanent-wave end papers, and additional mixed media on canvas; collection of Barbara and Bruce Berger; photo: Bruce M.

Mark Bradford, The King's Mirror (2014): Rose Museum at Brandeis College

Bradford spins monstrous legends anew at the Rose - The Boston Globe

Mark Bradford (American, b. The King's Mirror Rose Museum, Brandeis University.

Mark Bradford, Disappear Like a Dope Fiend (2006): Sikkema Jenkins

Mark Bradford’s multilayered paintings find abstract beauty in the AIDS epidemic in nineteen-eighties Los Angeles.

“Mark Bradford is an artist who incorporates ephemera from urban environments into mixed-media works on canvas that are rich in texture and visual complexity.

collage art - Collage art is a perfect form of artistic expression. It allows you to overlap images, thoughts and merge ideas into one giant masterpiece.

Mark Bradford Contemporary Urban Abstraction inspiration

Mark Bradford - Contemporary Urban Abstraction

Mark Bradford is known for his grid-like abstract paintings combining collage with paints. Bradford's "A Truly Rich Man is One Whose Children Run into His

“A Truly Rich Man is One Whose Children Run into His Arms Even When His Hands Are Empty” (2008), nearly 9 feet wide and 9 feet tall

Mark Bradford - Contemporary Urban Abstraction

Mark Bradford is known for his grid-like abstract paintings combining collage with paints. Bradford's "A Truly Rich Man is One Whose Children Run into His

mark bradford, 2003, mixed media on canvas, 72" x 84" http://www.pinocchioisonfire.org/

my make believe collection 19 :: mark bradford


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