Radcliffe Bailey copy

RADCLIFFE BAILEY

Radcliffe Bailey (b. 1968, Bridgetown, NJ; lives and works in Atlanta, GA) is a painter, sculptor, and mixed media artist who utilizes the layering of imagery, culturally resonant materials and text to explore themes of ancestry, race, migration and collective memory. His work often incorporates found materials and objects from his past into textured compositions, including traditional African sculpture, tintypes of his family members, ships, train tracks and Georgia red clay. The cultural significance and rhythmic properties of music are also important influences that can be seen throughout his oeuvre.

Between Two Worlds, 2003

Color aquatint with color photocopy chine colle and velvet
44 x 30 in
111.8 x 76.2 cm
Edition of 30

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In The Garden, 2003

Color aquatint with color photocopy chine colle and velvet
44 x 30 in
111.8 x 76.2 cm
Edition of 30