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Exhibition Tour
Katherine Bradford: American Odyssey 


Curated by Sandro Droschl

Texts: Sandro Droschl, Caro Feistritzer

Translation: Bryony Dawson, Caro Feistritzer

Camera & Sound:
kun​st​-doku​men​ta​tion​.com, Manuel Carreon Lopez

​Editing: Fabian Edelbacher 


Participating artists

Katherine Bradford

*1942 New York, lives in Brooklyn and Maine

Solo (selection): kaufmann repetto, Milan (20242021),Tomio Koyama Gallery, Tokyo (20242022), Kunsthalle Emden (2024), Frye Art Museum, Seattle (2023), Canada, New York (2023202120182016), Campoli Presti, Paris/​London (202320212019), Kunstmuseum Schloss Derneburg (2023), Portland Museum of Art (2022), Matthew Brown, Los Angeles (2022, with Sedrick Chisom), Hall Art Foundation, Reading, VT (2021), Carpenter Center for Visual Art, Harvard University, Cambridge (2021), Adams and Ollman, Portland (2020201820162014), Galerie Haverkampf, Berlin (20182017), Galleria Monica De Cardenas, Mailand (2017), Sperone Westwater, New York (2017), The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth (2017)

Shows (selection): Musée d‘Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris (2023), Farnsworth Art Museum, Rockland (20232021), Kunsthaus Nürnberg (2023), Anton Kern Gallery, New York (20232022), Le Consortium, Dijon (2022), Bowdoin College Museum, Brunswick (202220192004), Grimm Gallery, Amsterdam/​New York (20212019), RISD Museum, Brown University, Providence (2021), Transcend, Alabama Contemporary Art Center, Mobile (2021), Pace Gallery, New York (2019), Prospect 4, U.S. Biennial, New Orleans (2017)

Her works are amongst others in the collections of Musée d‘Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Brooklyn Museum, Dallas Museum of Art, Menil Collection, Houston and the Portland Museum of Art.

More contributions

Gender and Humor 
Mario Huber 

Gender and Humor – a complicated field of stereotypes, clichés and exaggerations that we will try to master. A lecture based on the title of the exhibition, with some exclamation marks, but most of all many many question marks.

Mario Huber