Black Maps by Sharon Horvarth

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Sharon Horvarth, Black Maps (detail), 1997, graphite on myler, 16½ x 28½ inches. Courtesy the artist.

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BOMB 60, Summer 1997

Featuring interviews with Barry Le Va, Jane Dickson, John Lee Anderson, Lydia Davis, Judy Davis, Peter Greenaway, Roger Guenveur Smith, David Del Tredici, Alfred Uhry, and David Armstrong.

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