Slater Bradley, ‘Paid Their Tolls/Never Got Through’, 2013, Roseberys
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Slater Bradley

Paid Their Tolls/Never Got Through, 2013

Inkjet print on paper
16 9/10 × 22 in
43 × 56 cm
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Roseberys

In a white perspex glazed frame unexamined out of frame certificate attached on the back of the …

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In a white perspex glazed frame unexamined out of frame certificate attached on the back of the frame in very good condition

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Signed and dated on certificate attached to the reverse, published by Exhibition A, Germany
Slater Bradley
American, b. 1975
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In his videos, photographs, performances, and paintings, Slater Bradley uses popular culture, …

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In his videos, photographs, performances, and paintings, Slater Bradley uses popular culture, notably punk and pop music—the aesthetics of their videos and posters, the tales of their heroes and antiheroes, and their sometimes raw expressiveness—to explore the timeless themes of legacy, identity, and mortality. …

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Slater Bradley, ‘Paid Their Tolls/Never Got Through’, 2013, Roseberys
Slater Bradley, ‘Paid Their Tolls/Never Got Through’, 2013, Roseberys
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About the work
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Roseberys

In a white perspex glazed frame unexamined out of frame certificate attached on the back of the …

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In a white perspex glazed frame unexamined out of frame certificate attached on the back of the frame in very good condition

Signature
Signed and dated on certificate attached to the reverse, published by Exhibition A, Germany
Slater Bradley
American, b. 1975
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In his videos, photographs, performances, and paintings, Slater Bradley uses popular culture, …

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In his videos, photographs, performances, and paintings, Slater Bradley uses popular culture, notably punk and pop music—the aesthetics of their videos and posters, the tales of their heroes and antiheroes, and their sometimes raw expressiveness—to explore the timeless themes of legacy, identity, and mortality. …

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Slater Bradley

Paid Their Tolls/Never Got Through, 2013

Inkjet print on paper
16 9/10 × 22 in
43 × 56 cm
Bidding closed