One Phase of the Moon by Freya Hansell

BOMB 10 Fall 1984
Issue 10 010  Fall 1984

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Freya Hansell, One Phase of the Moon, oil, sand, and acrylic, 67 × 96 inches. Courtesy Piezo Electric.

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Issue 10 010  Fall 1984