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Date tentative; watch for confirmation. Individual tickets not currently available, but Bradford lecture is included in series ticket.
Mark Bradford compares his studio process with that of Clyfford Still: “What caught my eye was the insistence of his paintings. His surfaces were more raw and immediate than other abstract expressionist paintings.”
Representing the United States in the 2017 Venice Biennale, Bradford joins us for the 100th Logan lecture where he will speak about the exhibition Shade: Clyfford Still / Mark Bradford.
The conversation will be led by Clyfford Still Museum Director Dean Sobel and DAM Curator of Modern & Contemporary Art Rebecca Hart. Bradford's painting Realness (at left) is a significant work included in the exhibition.
Doors open at 5:30 pm.
Individual lecture tickets: Free for DAMC members and students with valid ID (must be presented the night of the lecture), $8 for DAM volunteers, $12 artists, $15 DAM members, $18 nonmembers
Series tickets: $48 artists, $60 DAM members, $72 nonmembers
The 2017 Winter/Spring Logan Lecture Series: Activated Frontiers includes:
- John Jota Leaños - January 11
- Melanie Smith - January 25
- Mi Tierra, Here & There – April 19
- Ana Teresa Fernández - May 3
- 100th Logan Lecture: Mark Bradford - May 23 (tentative date)
- Intersection of Art/Design/Fashion - May 24
ACTIVATED FRONTIERS: Challenging the conventional boundaries of place, relationships, and history, these contemporary artists question the familiar and activate new frontiers through disruption and new structures.
This series is sponsored by Vicki and Kent Logan in affiliation with DAM Contemporaries, a DAM support group.
Image: Mark Bradford, Realness, 2016. Mixed media on canvas, 108-1/4 x 168-1/2 in. Purchase with funds from anonymous donors, Vicki and Kent Logan, Baryn Futa, Ponzio Family Foundation, Ralph L. and Florence R. Burgess Trust, DAM Contemporaries, Suzanne Farver and Clint Van Zee, Andrea and William Hankinson, Arlene and Barry Hirschfeld, Luisa and Christopher Law, Sharon and J. Landis Martin, Tina Patterson and Bill Cottingham, Amanda J. Precourt, Judy and Ken Robins, Annalee and Wagner Schorr, Ellen and Morris Susman, Tina Walls, and funds from various donors by exchange.