Mark Bradford

artist and painter

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LA artist Mark Bradford’s large, abstract paintings typically convey orderly chaos. A colorful collision of lines. Shadows. Texture.

Mark Bradford’s ‘Quarantine Paintings’ show the intensity and moodiness of life during COVID-19

LA artist Mark Bradford’s large, abstract paintings typically convey orderly chaos. A colorful collision of lines. Shadows. Texture.

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