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Glen Baldridge

Glen Baldridge is an accomplished painter, printmaker and draftsman, who in recent works has embedded sardonic phrases from youth sub-culture into ultra-complex painted patterns. Often working with traditional craft processes like paper marbling, he obscures the words’ readability with a deft hand. Fissures in the otherwise smooth paint on the surfaces of his paintings merge darkness with youth and beauty. Recurring phrases like “No Way”, and “Wait, What” invoke a detached attitude countered by a colorful palette, speaking to attempts to navigate the unpredictable conditions of our time.

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No Way

Edition No.15 of KLAUSGALLERY.CLOUD reviews Glen Baldridge’s print-making process.

Catalog for Purchase

Glen Baldridge
Wigwag, 2023

Glen Baldridge Wigwag (2023), a catalog produced on the occasion of the artist’s solo show at Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery is available for purchase! The catalogue consists of 28 pages in full color.

Review

Glen Baldridge Review in The New Yorker

Wigwag, Glen Baldridge's ninth show at Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery, was reviewed in The New Yorker by Johanna Fateman. Read the review here. Wigwag is on view through February 11, 2023.

Interview

Glen Baldridge Interview

Glen Baldridge was interviewed by David Graver for Cool Hunting, an online arts and culture publication. Baldridge discusses his use of the owl, a frequent motif in his more recent paintings, as well as the hidden phrases he includes in many works.

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Glen Baldridge in Klaus on Paper

Glen Baldridge’s works on paper are featured in Klaus on Paper, Edition No.4 of KLAUSGALLERY.CLOUD

Acquisition

Glen Baldridge acquisition by MoMA

The Museum of Modern Art acquired Glen Baldridge’s Dream Burner from the IPCNY portfolio Pulled in Brooklyn (2019).

Acquisition

Glen Baldridge Acquisition by the New York Public Library

Glen Baldridge's screenprint mirror to your fears was added to the New York Public Library's art and architecture collection.

Acquisition

Glen Baldridge acquisition by the Met

The Metropolitan Museum of Art acquired two works on paper by Glen Baldridge.

Outside Exhibition

Glen Baldridge at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Glen Baldridge has a work on view as a part of Drawings and Prints: Selections from the Met Collection at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. November 21, 2017–February 5, 2018. 1000 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10028

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Glen Baldridge Acquired by the Whitney Museum

The End's Not Near, It's Here (2009) by Glen Baldridge was acquired by the Whitney Museum.

Review

Glen Baldridge Review in The New Yorker

Wigwag, Glen Baldridge's ninth show at Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery, was reviewed in The New Yorker by Johanna Fateman. Read the review here. Wigwag is on view through February 11, 2023.

News

Glen Baldridge in "Prints and Their Makers"

Glen Baldridge was included in Prints and Their Makers by Phil Sanders (2020). “Sanders offers an in-depth look at this versatile medium and places contemporary prints and practices in the context of traditions and techniques developed over more than a thousand years.”