Portfolio by Adam Pendleton

Black Dada, System of Display

New York Live Arts presents

Marjani Forte
Nov 15-19


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Adam Pendleton, System of Display, X (EXPRESS/Poro secret society mask, Mano, Liberia), 2016 (detail), silkscreen ink on Plexiglass and mirror. All images courtesy the artist.

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System of Display, X (EXPRESS/Poro secret society mask, Mano, Liberia), 2016, silkscreen ink on Plexiglass and mirror.

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Untitled, 2016, collage on paper.

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Untitled, 2016, collage on paper.

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Untitled, 2016, collage on paper.

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Dada Dancers (Study), 2016, silkscreen ink on Mylar.

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Selections from Black Dada Reader, 2011.

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Selections from Black Dada Reader, 2011.

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Selections from Black Dada Reader, 2011.

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Selections from Black Dada Reader, 2011.

Pendleton’s forthcoming solo exhibition, Midnight in America, opens November 18, 2016 at Galerie Eva Presenhuber, Zurich.

Adam Pendleton is currently the subject of the traveling museum exhibition Becoming Imperceptible, which originated at the Contemporary Arts Center New Orleans and was recently on view at the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver. In January 2017 the show will move to the Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland. His work is represented in numerous museum and private collections worldwide, including the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York; the Museum of Modern Art, New York; the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago; the Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego; the Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh; and Tate Modern, London.

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