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Christopher Bedford

Christopher Bedford is the Dorothy Wagner Wallis Director at The Baltimore Museum of Art.

The Baltimore’s director on why correcting the art historical canon is not only right but urgent for museums to remain relevant

BY Christopher Bedford | 27 JUN 18

Five painters on the role of abstraction in painting today

BY Christopher Bedford | 01 FEB 12

Santa Monica Museum of Art

BY Christopher Bedford | 01 JUN 11
Article

How car advertising borrows from contemporary art

BY Christopher Bedford | 01 APR 11
BY Christopher Bedford | 01 APR 11

Honor Fraser, Los Angeles, USA

BY Christopher Bedford | 01 MAY 10

Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, USA

BY Christopher Bedford | 01 MAR 10
Article

The successful deployment of melancholy as a marketing tool to sell war-based video games

BY Christopher Bedford | 01 NOV 09

Artists Walead Beshty, Liz Deschenes and Eileen Quinlan discuss the return of the topic of abstraction to photography

BY Christopher Bedford | 01 SEP 09

A recent performance about masculinity and sport revealed cultural exclusion within the art world

BY Christopher Bedford | 06 JUN 09

Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, USA

BY Christopher Bedford | 01 JUN 09

ACME, Los Angeles, USA

BY Christopher Bedford | 05 MAY 09

Lombard-Fried Projects, New York, USA

BY Christopher Bedford | 12 MAR 09

Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, USA

BY Christopher Bedford | 01 NOV 08

Videos, hoods, a ‘period eye’; surrealism and surveillance

BY Christopher Bedford | 01 NOV 08

Political engagement in art from the USA and Silvia Kolbowski’s ambitious new work

BY Christopher Bedford | 01 NOV 08

Regen Projects, Los Angeles, USA

BY Christopher Bedford | 09 SEP 08
News

Matthew Barney and Jonathan Bepler, Los Angeles, USA

BY Christopher Bedford | 09 SEP 08

At Tony Shafrazi Gallery New York, a glimpse into the space’s immediate past is the backdrop for a motley assortment of work

BY Christopher Bedford | 03 JUL 08

Cherry and Martin, Los Angeles, USA

BY Christopher Bedford | 05 JUN 08