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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

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