Decor #1: Bavaria by Mark Robbins

BOMB 60 Summer 1997
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Mark Robbins, Decor #1: Bavaria, 1997, collage, 6½ x 21”. Courtesy the artist.

See other works in the Artists at the American Academy in Rome Portfolio, On the Tallest Hill in Rome, edited by Roberto Juarez.

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