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Hauser & Wirth debuts ‘Rona’, a new screenprint by Mark Bradford, the result of a more than two-year collaboration between Bradford and master printers John Bartolo, Luther Davis, and Chris Kinsler of the Powerhouse Arts Printshop.

The complex work, composed of over 60 layers, is based on a 2020 painting Bradford produced—but which he never exhibited—for his Quarantine series, in which he explored the nature of creating art amidst isolation and societal indeterminacy.

Mark Bradford: Rona


Mark Bradford: Rona

  • 2023
  • 60-color screenprint on Lana Aquarelle White Hot press 640 gsm
  • Ed. of 25 + 10 AP
  • 121.9 × 157.5 cm / 48 × 62 in
  • 133.2 x 168.8 x 6.4 cm / 52 1/2 x 66 1/2 x 2 1/2 inches (framed)
  • Published by Hauser & Wirth Editions
Mark Bradford: Rona
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Powerhouse Arts

Powerhouse Arts is a not-for-profit organization committed to creative expression. Housed in a purpose-built facility in Brooklyn, the organization hosts an extended network of art and fabrication professionals and educators who work together to co-create and share artistic practices vital to the wellbeing of artists and the communities to which they belong.

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The Artist


Mark Bradford (b. 1961 in Los Angeles; lives and works in Los Angeles) is a contemporary artist best known for his large-scale abstract paintings created out of paper. Characterized by its layered formal, material, and conceptual complexity, Bradford’s work explores social and political structures that objectify marginalized communities and the bodies of vulnerable populations. Just as essential to Bradford’s work is a social engagement practice through which he reframes objectifying societal structures by bringing contemporary art and ideas into communities with limited access to museums and cultural institutions.