Four Paintings by Marilyn Minter

BOMB 40 Summer 1992
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Marilyn Minter, Lipservice, 1991, enamel on metal sign, 4 × 3 inches. Courtesy Max Protetch.

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Marilyn Minter, Fun House Mirror (White, Series One), 1992, edition 1/5, 2 color screen print with enamel paint on metal, 68 × 34 inches. Courtesy New York Art Lab.

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Marilyn Minter, Cherrys, enamel on metal sign, 35 × 14 inches. Courtesy Max Protetch.

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Marilyn Minter, Glory Hole, enamel on painted metal sign, 35 × 14 inches. Courtesy Max Protetch.

Richard Prince by Marvin Heiferman
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Portfolio by GaHee Park
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“Butt on Face”

Mike Goodlett by Ben Durham
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Homebody, the title of Mike Goodlett’s first New York solo exhibition, playfully refers to his life of relative seclusion in rural Kentucky.

Dorothy Iannone’s You Who Read Me With Passion Now Must Forever Be My Friends, Edited by Lisa Pearson, with Essay By Trinie Dalton by Christine Wertheim
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What’s in a name? Take Douglas Sirk’s film Imitation of Life or Christina Stead’s novel For Love Alone—these are exemplary names, for they give precise definition to their objects, the works they denote.

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BOMB 40, Summer 1992

Featuring interviews with Reno, Derek Walcott, Neal Jimenez & Eric Stoltz, George Condo, Louis Kahn, Camille Billops, Darius James, Michael Jenkins, and Joe Mantello.

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