Adam Pendalton Sparks a Global Arts Dialogue on Race in the U.S.

June 7, 2015



Adam Pendalton encourages a global conversation through art at this year's Venice Biennale in the Belgian Pavilion.


Adam merges his signature "Black Dada" multi-media installation with the recent "Black Lives Matter" campaign, a movement for racial equality spurred by an increase in police brutality causing far too many Black killings in the U.S.


Adam's installation invites the international art community to participate in and respond to the dialogue about issues of race and inequality in the U.S.


Check out his brief video about the installation at The 56th Venice Biennale.


Image: Adam Pendleton, installation view. Photo: Alessandra Bello

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