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post-title William Bradley | MARK ME | 68 projects | 11.06.-23.07.2016

William Bradley | MARK ME | 68 projects | 11.06.-23.07.2016

William Bradley | MARK ME | 68 projects | 11.06.-23.07.2016

William Bradley | MARK ME | 68 projects | 11.06.-23.07.2016

until 23.07. | #0562ARTatBerlin | 68 projects shows from 11th June 2016 the exhibition MARK ME by the artist William Bradley.

Whilst my work continues to look at the painted depiction of painted codes, the new body looks increasingly to photoshop as a tool for the manipulation of these codes. Digitally modifying the scanned watercolours creates a new plan which moves yet another step away from the immediacy of the original authorial mark. The resultant painting may reference gestural marks or codes from the history of Abstraction but this is coloured by its digital pre-planning. Thus the gestural elements of the work are less about the intuitive use of paint and more a device concerned with the combining of source material and reference. William Bradley


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Preview with artist talk: Friday, 10th June, 7 p.m., William Bradley talks with art historian Julia Rosenbaum (in English)

Vernissage: Saturday, 11th June, 6 – 9 p.m., the artist is present.

Exhibition period: Saturday, 11th June to Saturday, 23rd July 2016

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Image caption: William Bradley, Take The Leap, 2016, Öl auf Leinwand, 120 x 180cm

Exhibition William Bradley – 68 projects – Kunst in Berlin ART at Berlin

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