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David Bailin

The Last Political Prisoner, 2015

Charcoal, Oil, Pastel and Coffee on Prepared Paper
14 × 11 in
35.6 × 27.9 cm
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Seattle, Los Angeles
David Bailin
American, b. 1954
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A founding member of the Abreaction Theater and a central figure in the New York City performance …

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A founding member of the Abreaction Theater and a central figure in the New York City performance art scene of the 1970s, David Bailin produces drawings that depict narratives drawn from the artist’s autobiography and showing figures in isolation, interiors in disarray, and landscapes. “Drawn in charcoal on paper, the …

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A founding member of the Abreaction Theater and a central figure in the New York City performance …

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A founding member of the Abreaction Theater and a central figure in the New York City performance art scene of the 1970s, David Bailin produces drawings that depict narratives drawn from the artist’s autobiography and showing figures in isolation, interiors in disarray, and landscapes. “Drawn in charcoal on paper, the …

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David Bailin

The Last Political Prisoner, 2015

Charcoal, Oil, Pastel and Coffee on Prepared Paper
14 × 11 in
35.6 × 27.9 cm
Sold
location
Seattle, Los Angeles
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