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Ry David Bradley’s first solo exhibition with the Hole NYC

The Hole will open Ry David Bradley’s first solo exhibition with them on November 10th

Ry David Bradley, ?´???`?, 2022, acrylic tapestry, 71 x 63 inches, 180 x 160 cm.
Ry David Bradley, 2022, acrylic tapestry, 71 x 63 inches, 180 x 160 cm.

Ry David Bradley (b. 1979 Melbourne, Australia) received his MFA, Victorian College of the Arts, University of Melbourne. Since then, he has exhibited widely both at galleries and museums in his native Australia, as well as in exhibitions and fairs in New York, London, Milan, Los Angeles, Berlin, Paris, and Palm Beach. Bradley is represented by Sullivan & Strumpf in Sydney & The Hole in New York. Bradley’s work is collected by the National Gallery of Victoria, Herning Museum of Contemporary Art, Lyon Housemusem, Museum of Contemporary Art Krakow, and numerous private collections around the world.

RY DAVID BRADLEY, November 10th – December 31st, 2022, Opening Thursday, November 10th, 6 – 8 pm at The Hole, 312 Bowery NYC



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