Tomorrow is Another Day

Tomorrow is Another Day

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Tomorrow Is Another Day was envisioned as a companion to Mark BradfordÆs exhibition of the same name, both contextualizing BradfordÆs works for the U.S. Pavilion and directly responding to them. The catalogue opens with an essay by the co-curators of the U.S. Pavilion exhibition, Christopher Bedford and Katy Siegel, the inaugural Eugene V. and Clare E. Thaw Endowed Chair in Modern American Art at Stony Brook University and BMA Senior Programming and Research Curator. The introduction prefaces a spectrum of historical and critical writings responding to BradfordÆs art and also his social activism, in Los Angeles, New Orleans, Venice, and elsewhere.

*Architecture and Black Autonomy by Peter James Hudson, Assistant Professor of History and African American Studies, UCLA

Speaking Truth by Anita Hill, Professor of Social Policy, Law, and WomenÆs, Gender and Sexuality Studies, Brandeis University

Biography of a Painting by Katy Siegel, Eugene V. and Clare E. Thaw Chair, Stony Brook University

The Art of Productive Dissent by Sarah Lewis, Assistant Professor of History of Art and Architecture and African and African American Studies, Harvard University

Niagra by Zadie Smith, award-winning novelist and essayist for The New York Review of Books

The volume additionally features excerpts from two historical texts: W.E.B. Du BoisÆ Black Reconstruction in America and James BaldwinÆs Go Tell It On the Mountain.

Completing this collection of historical and current critical writings is an extended interview with Mark Bradford by longtime collaborator Christopher Bedford. In this interview, Bradford discusses his life and his career with unprecedented frankness, revealing the social and material spark for his art and his activism. This is accompanied by a stunning collection of archival photographs that also intertwine personal experience and social history, from BradfordÆs own childhood photos to images of conflict and possibility dating from the 19th century forward.

Advance copies of Tomorrow Is Another Day will be available beginning May 9 in Venice. The book will be widely available to the public in June 2017. Mark Bradford: Tomorrow Is Another Day Texts by Chris Bedford, Katy Siegel, and others

Hardcover 9.4375 x 11.875 in 216 pages Fully illustrated $60.00

Publication date: May 2017
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