Adam Pendleton Brings Black Dada to MoMA and Pace

Two weeks ago, the artist Adam Pendleton was in his studio in Germantown, a small town in upstate New York, talking about Black Dada, a kind of conceptual manifesto that informs much of his work.

“It defies logic,” he said and let out a loud laugh. “It’s so illogical it’s almost humorous.”
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  1. [...] Meet Adam Pendleton – The 28-year-old artist, who just signed on with the Pace Gallery and will be included in MoMA‘s upcoming Ecstatic Alphabets show, talks to Michael Miller about his “Black Dada” art, which draws as much from Sol LeWitt and 1960s poetry as it does from Duchamp. (Observer) [...]

  2. [...] Gallery announced the signing of current Artpace exhibiting artist Adam Pendleton. GalleristNY visits Pendleton’s Germantown, NY studio to learn more about this rising conceptual [...]

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