In Memorium: Carl Apfelschnitt and Jimmy DeSana

BOMB 33 Fall 1990
033 Fall 1990
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In Memorium

 

Carl Apfelschnitt 1948–1990

Your mystical charm and devilish wit, the persistent laughter.
The devotion and generosity towards your friends, the irresponsible gleam.
The dignity in your pairings and your life was the spiritual path that lead to peace.

 

Jimmy DeSana 1949–1990

An acquired taste that once acquired, became indispensable.
A pioneer photographer and a loner who formed deep and quiet friendships
filled with love and mystery.
Jimmy DeSana made art because he loved it.

 

from the directors and editors of BOMB with love.

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BOMB 33, Fall 1990

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

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033 Fall 1990