Bradford Willingham

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Aniotosoa, 2020
4x6" screenprint on French Paper Co. stock
Edition of 150 with 1 AP + 1 PP

We are offering these limited edition postcards for $1.50 each, plus a suggested honor-system donation of $10 to the International Rescue Committee.

The $1.50 you pay here goes toward covering postage, materials, tax and PayPal fee. After purchasing your prints, please visit the International Rescue Committee to make a suggested donation of $10 per card, or whatever amount you're able.

Prints are unsigned. Edition is hand-numbered by the printer, with the artist signature printed at the bottom of each postcard.

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Bradford Willingham lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. He received his BFA in Film/Video from Savannah College of Art and Design in 2003 and his MFA from the University of New Orleans in 2015.

Willingham has participated in numerous group exhibitions including "Letter From New Orleans," DAM Projects, London, UK (2014), and "Reparation," Curated by Diago Cortez, New Orleans Museum of Art, New Orleans (2015). Solo exhibitions include "A Subwoofer In Tweeter's Clothes," Good Children Gallery, New Orleans (2015), and "My Bong, My Lowre and Fambling Cheates," LAUNCH F18, New York, NY (2012).

Bradford is part of the collective L’iat (Language is a Thing) and a co-founder of the art space ISM (The Institute of Semiotic Materialism) and the gallery Pari Passu, both located in Ridgewood Queens.

Find more work by Bradford on Instagram @popol_duh