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Brad-KahlhamerBrad Kahlhamer

Born 1956 in Tuscon, Arizona, USA
Lives and works in New York, USA

Website: www.bradkahlhamer.net

News
BRAD KAHLHAMER [solo exhibition] at Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha, November 14, 2015 – April 17, 2016

Born in the Southwest and adopted as a child, Brad Kahlhamer grew up disconnected from his Native American heritage. In the late 1970s, he visited the Heard Museum in Phoenix, where he had his first experience with Hopi katsina dolls — small masked and costumed figures meant to personify supernatural beings. Kahlhamer found his relationship with the katsinas to be (Read more…)

Andréhn-Schiptjenko at Chart Art Fair, Copenhagen, August 21 – 23, 2015

Andréhn-Schiptjenko at Chart Art Fair August 21-23, 2015 We look forward to welcoming you to the third edition of Chart Art Fair in Copenhagen. We hope to see you in booth 21 where we will exhibit works by Annika von Hausswolff, Brad Kahlhamer, Tony Matelli and Per B Sundberg. Annika von Hausswolff (b 1967, Sweden) (Read more…)

Andréhn-Schiptjenko at The Armory Show, March 5-9, 2014

Andréhn-Schiptjenko at The Armory Show March 5-9, 2014 We look forward to welcoming you to our booth 707, pier 94 at the Armory Show where we are proud to be showing new and exceptional work by the following gallery artists: Brad Kahlhamer (b 1956, USA) is of Native American ancestry and his work reflects this (Read more…)

BRAD KAHLHAMER [solo exhibition] February 20 – March 29, 2014

Brad Kahlhamer at Andréhn-Schiptjenko February 20 – March 29, 2014 The Four Hairs Andréhn-Schiptjenko proudly announces Brad Kahlhamer’s third solo show at the gallery. The exhibition centres around a large wall installation entitled The Four Hairs, with elements spanning from paintings and water colours, collages, vintage photos and Xeroxes to objects and sculptures. It offers (Read more…)

BRAD KAHLHAMER [solo exhibition] at The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, March 22 – July 21, 2013

Brad Kahlhamer’s Bowery Nation installation brings together 100 katsina-like dolls and 22 birds made from a variety of materials. It speaks to the artist’s Native American roots and his time spent with the creative community on New York City’s Lower East Side. The table-like construction of Bowery Nation resembles the form of powwow parade floats that carry dancers adorned (Read more…)