Paige K. Bradley

Paige K. Bradley is an artist, writer, and editor from Los Angeles, California. Under the nom de plume 'Paige K. B.,' she has had solo shows at KAJE and Lubov and been included in group exhibitions at Theta, the Broodthaers Society of America, and Kai Matsumiya, all in New York, in addition to contributing to Canal Street Research Association’s installation for the most recent iteration of “Greater New York” at MoMA PS1. Her writing has appeared across numerous publications and online platforms for the past decade, including Artforum, Frieze, Viscose, GARAGE, Topical Cream, and Spike, among others. She has also contributed catalogue essays to Vitamin D3: Today’s Best in Contemporary Drawing (Phaidon, 2021) and authored the monograph Suellen Rocca: In Dreams, The Last Works (Matthew Marks, 2022). A new, long-form article in English and French on text-based works by Jay Chung and Q Takeki Maeda, Vanessa Place, and Jack Goldstein is being co-published by the FRAC Lorraine (France) and mfc-michele didier (Belgium) as well as by SIG-Verlag (Germany). She has participated in readings at The Drawing Center, organized by Alex Kitnick, and at Artists Space, with Dodie Bellamy, as part of the long-running Segue Reading Series for poetry.