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Publication Date: 
February 19, 2019
Trim Size: 
10.6in. x 8.2in. x 0.8in.
About This Item: 
The work of New York-based artist Adam Pendleton (born 1984) is animated by what he calls "Black Dada, " a critical articulation of blackness, abstraction and the avant-garde Drawing from an archive of language and images, Pendleton makes collages, paintings, videos and other objects that seek to reconfigure received histories of culture.This catalog, accompanying Pendleton's 2018 solo exhibition at Pace London, brings together new work from his various ongoing series: the Black Dada paintings and drawings, System of Display, Untitled (A Victim of American Democracy), paintings and wall works, a video portrait of Yvonne Rainer and a monumental group of 68 works on Mylar, in which certain recurring features--photographs relating to modernism in Africa, ceramics and African masks, fragments from the pages of books and Pendleton's own drawings--are recombined with cut-up phrases and marks, weaving contemporary and historical references into a single body of work The book includes a text by the artist, essays from Suzanne Hudson and Alec Mapes-Frances, and a conversation between Pendleton and Rainer, moderated by Adrienne Edwards

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