Beekman Place by Billy Sullivan

BOMB 4 Fall 1982
004 Summer Fall 1982

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Billy Sullivan, Beekman Place, 1982, pastel on paper, 30 × 22½ inches. Photo by eeva-inkeri. Courtesy of Kornblee Gallery.

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Georgia Marsh, Paul Bowles, Michael McClard, Olivier Mosset & Fred Brathwaite, and Duncan Hannah. Cover by Mary Heilmann.

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004 Summer Fall 1982