R310 and R311 by Carl Fudge

BOMB 40 Summer 1992
040 Summer 1992
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Carl Fudge, R310, 1992, 72 × 48 inches. Images from Durer’s Resurrection, Naz Der screen ink and enamel on veneered plywood.

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Carl Fudge, R311, 1992, 72 × 48 inches. Images from Durer’s Resurrection, Naz Der screen ink and enamel on veneered plywood.

Assaf Evron by Abigail Winograd
Assaf Evron 01
David Diao by Matthew Deleget
Diao David 1

Diao’s first comprehensive retrospective, at the Ullens Center for Contemporary Art—fittingly, in the painter’s native China—is the occasion for a conversation that looks back at fifty years of artistic production.

Michele Araujo by Lisa Cohen
Araujo 01

In one painting, I am picked up and drawn into a wild weather event, a storm of color, wind, and light.

Alex Hubbard by Josef Strau
Alex Hubbard 01

Once, late at night after an opening, I somehow lost the tracks of the conversations around me so completely that I convinced myself it was time to ask frank and direct questions. Alex Hubbard was sitting next to me, and I could only think to ask how he felt about being categorized as an artist whose paintings and silkscreens have become associated with the “new abstraction.”

Originally published in

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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040 Summer 1992