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Artist Mark Bradford will be in conversation with Michael Auping, curator of the major exhibition Mark Bradford: "End Papers." For his early "End Paper" works, Bradford used the small, delicate curling papers he had encountered as a hairdresser in his mother's beauty salon; these breakthrough paintings launched his career.

Expanding on their interview for the exhibition catalogue, Auping and Bradford will discuss Bradford's attraction to this material and the importance the End Paper paintings played in the development of his art. Also on hand for this Tuesday Evenings conversation will be two of Bradford's longtime friends, Tina Knowles-Lawson, founder and artistic director of Tina's Angels, a mentorship program for young women, and Cleo Hill-Jackson, founder of the African American Cosmetologist Hall of Fame (AACHOF). Both women are former hairdressers who will share experiences from their decades in the hair salon and beyond.

Artist Mark Bradford will be in conversation with Michael Auping, curator of the major exhibition Mark Bradford: "End Papers." For his early "End Paper" works, Bradford used the small, delicate curling papers he had encountered as a hairdresser in his mother's beauty salon; these breakthrough paintings launched his career.

Expanding on their interview for the exhibition catalogue, Auping and Bradford will discuss Bradford's attraction to this material and the importance the End Paper paintings played in the development of his art. Also on hand for this Tuesday Evenings conversation will be two of Bradford's longtime friends, Tina Knowles-Lawson, founder and artistic director of Tina's Angels, a mentorship program for young women, and Cleo Hill-Jackson, founder of the African American Cosmetologist Hall of Fame (AACHOF). Both women are former hairdressers who will share experiences from their decades in the hair salon and beyond.

Artist Mark Bradford will be in conversation with Michael Auping, curator of the major exhibition Mark Bradford: "End Papers." For his early "End Paper" works, Bradford used the small, delicate curling papers he had encountered as a hairdresser in his mother's beauty salon; these breakthrough paintings launched his career.

Expanding on their interview for the exhibition catalogue, Auping and Bradford will discuss Bradford's attraction to this material and the importance the End Paper paintings played in the development of his art. Also on hand for this Tuesday Evenings conversation will be two of Bradford's longtime friends, Tina Knowles-Lawson, founder and artistic director of Tina's Angels, a mentorship program for young women, and Cleo Hill-Jackson, founder of the African American Cosmetologist Hall of Fame (AACHOF). Both women are former hairdressers who will share experiences from their decades in the hair salon and beyond.

WHEN

WHERE

Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
3200 Darnell St.
Fort Worth, TX 76107
https://www.themodern.org/programs/Upcoming/Mark-Bradford--Tina-KnowlesLawson-and-Cleo-HillJackson--in-Conversation-with-Michael-Auping/5490

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Free-$5
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