April 18, 2021
Adam Henry

Complete playlist below; tracks in yellow were cut for time.

  1. Rumble, Link Wray & The Wraymen, 1958
  2. The Big Ship - 2004 Digital Remaster, Brian Eno, 1975
  3. To Love Somebody, Bee Gees, 1967
  4. 2nd Thought - 2003 Digital Remaster, Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark, 1980
  5. Tomorrow Never Knows - Remastered 2009, The Beatles, 1966
  6. La Cigarra (The Cicada), Linda Ronstadt, 1987
  7. Walking With Jesus (live from De Melkweg), Spacemen 3, 1988
  8. Myth, Beach House, 2012
  9. I Only Have Eyes for You, The Flamingos, 1959
  10. Ou Es-Tu, Mon Amour?, Willie Nelson, 1998
  11. I Never Cared For You, Willie Nelson, 1998
  12. Heavy Air, Pure X, 2011
  13. Héritage, College, 2013
  14. Cocaine Cat, Tess Parks & Anton Newcombe, 2015
  15. Son of Placenta Previa, Cliff Martinez, 2014
  16. Starwood Choker, Bing & Ruth, 2017
  17. Blue Light, Mazzy Star, 1993
  18. Big City (Everybody I Know Can Be Found Here), Spacemen 3, 1991
  19. Fear of Starlight, David Cross, Robert Fripp, 2015
  20. We Insist, Zoë Keating, 2015
  21. Says, Nils Frahm, 2013
  22. Auntie's Municipal Court, The Monkees, 1968
  23. Dream Baby Dream, Suicide, 1999
  24. River Deep - Mountain High, Ike & Tina Turner, 1966

Adam Henry (b. 1974 Pueblo, CO) lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. He holds a BFA double major in Art and Art History from the University of New Mexico and a MFA from the Yale School of Art. Recent solo exhibitions were at Candice Madey gallery (New York), Meessen De Clercq gallery (Brussels), and Lundgren gallery (Mallorca). His recent show at Candice Madey (New York) titled God Speed Speed Demon presented new works expanding his use of painting’s history, color spectrums, and seriality to explore the visual language of abstract thought. Henry's work has also been exhibited internationally in group exhibitions at locations including SALTS (Basel), Josee Bienvenu (New York), Rita Urso (Milan), Dia Horia (Greece), and Bill Brady (Miami). A monograph on his work from 2011-2016 was published by Meessen De Clercq. Henry’s work is included in the upcoming exhibition SHAPES at Alexander Berggruen gallery uniting geometric and abstract works from the historic 20th century to contemporary artists.