11 September – 21 December 2014
An exhibition of major new painting and sculptures inspired by 16th and 17th century decorated sea maps by MacArthur-award winning artist Mark Bradford, featuring a monumentally-scaled mural created in direct relation to the Rose’s glass-fronted Lois Foster Wing. One hundred feet in length, the mural represents a continuation of Bradford’s painting practice while aspiring to return to the grand American mural tradition of the early- 20th century.
Tuesday - Sunday, 12 - 5 PM
Galleries closed Mondays and holidays
Mark Bradford, 'No time to expand the sea', 2014. courtesy of the artist.