Adam Pendleton's work has often invoked historical and societal issues, invoking the political without prescribing to the viewer the intent of the work. In recent months, however, Pendleton has given voice to his feelings about living as a black man in America today, making statements and works of art that communicate a deeply felt and personal sense of urgency.
Pace Prints is also excited to announce the release of our first edition by Adam Pendleton, to benefit fellow artist Lauren Halsey's Summaeverythang Community Center. What is the Black Dada is a stenciled, handmade paper work, in an edition of 35. Proceeds from this edition will help provide support to Summaeverythang's mission to distribute free organic produce boxes from Southern California farms to families in Watts and South Central Los Angeles.