BARKLEY L. HENDRICKS | LATIN FROM MANHATTAN...THE BRONX ACTUALLY
BARKLEY L. HENDRICKS
1945 - 2017
LATIN FROM MANHATTAN...THE BRONX ACTUALLY
signed and dated '80
oil and acrylic on canvas
66 1⁄8 by 50 1⁄4 in. 168 by 127.6 cm.
framed: 68 1⁄2 by 52 1⁄4 in. 174 by 52.3 cm.
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Collection of the Artist
Private Collection, Oregon (acquired from the above in August 2000)
Thence by descent to the present owner in 2006
Vivian Raynor, "Art: Barkley Hendricks, a Tale of Two Artists", The New York Times, March 1982, p. 23
Thad Ziolkowski, "The Magic City", Artforum, October 2000, p. 146, illustrated
Maggie Peterson, "Masterpiece", Homelife Magazine, August 2010, p. 36, illustrated in color
New York, ACA Galleries, March - April 1982
Hempstead, New York, Fine Arts Museum of Long Island, Celebrating Contemporary American Black Artists, March – May 1983 New York, Brent Sikkema, The Magic City, August 2000
Durham, North Carolina, Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University; New York, Studio Museum in Harlem; Santa Monica Art Museum; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts and Houston, Contemporary Arts Museum, Barkley L. Hendricks, Birth of the Cool, February 2008 - April 2010, pp. 108 and 110, illustrated in color