Lisa Bradley

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Lisa Bradley
Born1951 (1951)
Columbus, Ohio
NationalityAmerican
EducationBoston University
Known forPainting, Drawing
 
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Lisa Bradley
Born1951 (1951)
Columbus, Ohio
NationalityAmerican
EducationBoston University
Known forPainting, Drawing

Lisa Bradley (born 1951 in Columbus, Ohio) is an American artist who has been exhibiting for over thirty years at galleries and museums in New York, Washington, D.C., Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, Boston, Paris, Helsinki, Tokyo, Brussels and Dakar.[1][2]

Her paintings are in the collections of the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Delaware Art Museum, Indianapolis Museum of Art, National Museum of Women in the Arts, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Farnsworth Art Museum, Frederick R. Weisman Art Museum and New Orleans Museum of Art.[3]

Her works has been reviewed by critics in art publications including Artforum, D’Art International,[4] Arts Magazine[5] and the Helsingin Sanomat.[6]

The American artist and art dealer Betty Parsons was a mentor in her early career.[7] The collectors The late Herbert Vogel and Dorothy Vogel have been mentors of her work, and Bradley’s paintings and drawings from the Vogel collection are currently being exhibited in museums in the United States as part of the Vogel 50/50 collaboration sponsored by the National Gallery of Art.

Currently living and working in New York, where she has been based since the late 1970s, Bradley is known for the dynamic interaction of line, plane and space in her paintings. Having developed an individualized formal vocabulary, the artist achieves an expression of simultaneous movement and stillness.[8] Her painting creates a feeling of suspended time or, as art critic, Carter Ratcliff commented, "a pause between the pulses of some vast and luminous energy."[9] A reproduction of her work appears in the seminal art history text, The Art of Seeing, 3rd through 6th editions, published by Prentice Hall.[10]

Sources[edit]

  1. ^ "Solo Exhibitions". 
  2. ^ "Group Exhibitions". 
  3. ^ "Museum and Public Collection". 
  4. ^ Kingsley, April. "Lisa Bradley at Donahue/Sosinski Art," D'Art International, vol. 2, no. 1. Winter, 1999, p. 34.
  5. ^ Yaffe, Ann. "Arts Magazine, vol. 54, no.2. October, 1979.
  6. ^ Rohianinen, Anne. "Reflections from Silence," Helsingin Sanomat, Helsinki, Finland. May 6, 1995.
  7. ^ Fine, Ruth E. and Molly Donovan. “Women Artists in the Vogel Collection.” Brenau University. Gainesville, Georgia. 1998; Lisa Bradley
  8. ^ Spring, Justin. "Lisa Bradley at E.M. Donahue", Artforum International, Summer, 1993, p. 111."Lisa Bradley". ArtForum. 1993. 
  9. ^ Ratcliff, Carter. Lisa Bradley: The Unity of Being. Donahue/Sosinski Art. New York, New York. 1998.
  10. ^ Zelanski, Paul and Mary Pat Fisher. The Art of Seeing. (Third Edition) Prentice Hall, Inc. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey. pp. 44-45. 1994; Zelanski, Paul and Mary Pat Fisher. The Art of Seeing. (Fourth Edition) Prentice Hall, Inc. Upper Saddle River, New Jerseyp. 27. 1999; Zelanski, Paul and Mary Pat Fisher. The Art of Seeing. (Fifth Edition) Prentice Hall, Inc. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey. p. 31. 2002; Zelanski, Paul and Mary Pat Fisher. The Art of Seeing. (Sixth Edition) Prentice Hall, Inc. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey. p. 47. 2005.

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