Caribbean Tea Time by David Hockney

BOMB 32 Summer 1990

New York Live Arts presents

Marjani Forte
Nov 15-19


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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.

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BOMB 32, Summer 1990
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