Paige K. B. Editions

Paige K. B. is an artist and writer from Los Angeles based in New York. She has staged solo exhibitions at Blade Study, KAJE, and Lubov and been included in thematic and group exhibitions at Somerset House in London as well as Simone Subal, Kai Matsumiya, the Broodthaers Society of America, and Theta in New York, in addition to contributing to Canal Street Research Association’s installation for the 2021–22 iteration of “Greater New York” at MoMA PS1. Her work has been featured numerous times on Contemporary Art Daily and written about in The New Yorker, Cultured, e-flux Criticism, and Artforum, among other publications, and her own writing has been featured in numerous magazines, catalogues, and online platforms for over a decade including The New York Review of Books, Artforum—where she was formerly an associate editor—Texte zur Kunst, Frieze, Viscose, GARAGE, Topical Cream, Triple Canopy, and Spike. She authored the monograph Suellen Rocca: In Dreams, The Last Works (Matthew Marks, 2022) and her second book, Drive It All Over Me, was published by S*I*G-Verlag in Berlin and released at Maxwell Graham in New York in October 2023. She has participated in readings at Artists Space, the Drawing Center, McNally Jackson, and on Montez Press Radio.

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    Paige K. Bradley’s Drive It All Over Me was commissioned by the artists Jay Chung and Q Takeki Maeda and concerns their work Bad Driver (2021/23), Jack Goldstein’s Selected Writings (1993–2000), and Vanessa Place’s Gone with the Wind (ca. 2009–15). The book addresses broad themes of subtextual narrative, authorship, and identity in text-based visual artworks while touching upon allegory, elaborately subtle jokes, and writing as a sculptural material.