Burnt Sphere by Jackie Winsor

BOMB 6 Summer 1983
006 Summer 1983
​Jackie Winsor

Jackie Winsor, Burnt Sphere, 1980–81, plywood, 32⅜ inches diameter. Photo by Geoffrey Clements. Courtesy of Paula Cooper Gallery.

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BOMB 6, Summer 1983

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006 Summer 1983