Mark Bradford: Tomorrow is Another Day
“Tomorrow is Another Day” is not just a catalog for Mark Bradford's representation in the US pavilion at the 2017 Venice Biennale, it is a different publication. This substantial publication combines the biographical with the background. The interwoven stories are eloquently told through photos and archival documents, as well as a chorus of compelling voices from across contemporary culture.
Includes a long, revealing, and in-depth interview with the artist himself.
The book makes a significant contribution to understanding the work and practice of Mark Bradford, while exploring urgent and timely issues that the arts – and artists – can powerfully address.
Exhibition from May 13th to November 26th 2017 at the US Pavilion at the Venice Biennale.
Mark Bradford (Los Angeles, 1961) is currently recognized as one of the names that best defined painting of the last two decades, devising his own pictorial language to talk about universal themes, such as the distribution of power in social structures and its impact on individual or the relationship between art and community involvement. In his work, the social element is given through his choice of materials. Using everyday materials and tools found in hardware stores, Bradford created a unique artistic language.
- 24 x 30 x 3,1 cm
- Hatje Cantz
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