Portfolio by Jimmy Raskin

BOMB 118 Winter 2012
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Jimmy Raskin, Untitled 2 (from The Original Misfire Series), 2011, brass horn and mixed media, 63½ x 29 x 4½”. Courtesy of the artist and Miguel Abreu Gallery, New York.

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Jimmy Raskin, The Original Corner Diagrams, 1991, ink on paper, 8½ x 11”. Courtesy of the artist and Miguel Abreu Gallery, New York.

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Jimmy Raskin, Cones of Origin #1, 2010, inkjet and mixed media collage on paper, 30 × 60”.

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BOMB 118, Winter 2012

Featuring interviews with Jimmie Durham, John Miller, Suzanne McClelland and Barry Schwabsky, Paul La Farge and Peter Orner, Yang Fudong and Li Zhenhua, and Radiohole.

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