Following Bradford’s first two solo shows in 1991, the artist has since exhibited her work nearly every year in solo and group shows throughout the U.S. This growing demand is paralleled on Artsy where, thus far in 2021, the number of users following the artist on the platform has already increased by nearly 50 percent since 2020. Bradford’s exhibition cadence has kicked into high gear this year: Her work is currently being presented at a solo show, “lifeguards,” at kaufmann repetto
in Milan, which is on view through October 9th. The artist’s work is also being shown in another solo exhibition, “Philosophers’ Clambake,” at Vermont’s Hall Art Foundation until November 28th. Next summer, Bradford will be the subject of a touring retrospective that will open at the Portland Museum of Art before traveling to three additional U.S. venues, which will likely further solidify Bradford’s increasingly steady market growth.