Palm Sunday, Century City | L.A. by Hope Sandrow

BOMB 9 Spring 1984
009 Spring Summer 1984
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Hope Sandrow, Palm Sunday, Century City I L.A., 1983, silver print. Courtesy of Oggi Domani, New York.

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009 Spring Summer 1984