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“Mark Bradford’s large-scale paintings emerge from the urban landscape, rooted in his personal history as a third-generation resident of South Central Los Angeles. In this video, Mark discusses the meaning of the term “bad ass” and how his painting of the same name was made.”–MOCA

Mark Bradford

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