Caribbean Tea Time by David Hockney

BOMB 32 Summer 1990
032 Summer 1990

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David Hockney, Caribbean Tea Time (front), 1987, lithograph, screen print, collage, stencil, folding screen, five panels, each 84 5/8 × 134 1/2”. Photograph ©1989 Steven Sloman. Courtesy Tyler Graphics, Ltd.

Self-Portrait by Maurice Grosser
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Richard Barnett’s The Sick Rose: Disease and the Art of Medical Illustration by Andrew Bourne
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With the landmark publication of De humani corporis fabrica in 1543, Vesalius may have forever linked human anatomy, at least pictorially, with the aesthetics of the sixteenth-century woodcut—its perfect draftsmanship, edifying gore, and rather ham-handed theatricality. 

Untitled by Cecily Brown
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Clutter by Douglas Blau
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A collection of photographs, prints, and paintings curated by Douglas Blau. Pictured are various kinds of collections through history from artists such as Jan Steen, Albrecht Dürer, and more. 

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BOMB 32, Summer 1990

Featuring interviews with Barbet Schroeder, Blue Man Group, Jeanne Silverthorne, Angélica Gorodischer, Richard Nelson, Ed Lachman, Alain Kirili, Griselda Gambaro, and Deb Margolin.

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032 Summer 1990