Cymbals by Linda Roush

BOMB 33 Fall 1990
033 Fall 1990

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Linda Rousch, Cymbals, two photographs, The Bradbury Building, Los Angeles, 1990. Courtesy of the artist.

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BOMB 33, Fall 1990

Featuring interviews with Al Pacino, Ian McEwan by Patrick McGrath, Dr. John, Harvey Keitel, Vikram Seth, Dorothea Phillip, Thulani Davis, Victoria Williams, Bella Freud, Jo Shane, Campbell Scott, and Dorothea Tanning.

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033 Fall 1990