Six Works by Alexis Rockman

BOMB 55 Spring 1996
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Alexis Rockman, Drainage Ditch: Georgetown, Guana, 1995, oil on wood, 60 × 100 inches. Courtesy of Jay Gorney Modern Art, New York.

Alexis Rockman 02

Alexis Rockman, Untitled Mud Drawings, 1994, a combination of sewage, soil, and polymer, 4⅛ × 5¾ inches. Courtesy of Jay Gorney Modern Art, New York.

Alexis Rockman 03

Alexis Rockman, Untitled Mud Drawings, 1994, a combination of sewage, soil, and polymer, 4⅛ × 5¾ inches. Courtesy of Jay Gorney Modern Art, New York.

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BOMB 55, Spring 1996

Featuring interviews with Frances McDormand, A.M. Homes, Padgett Powell, Tina Girouard, William Pope. L, Butch Morris, Malcolm Morley, Jafar Panahi, and John Elderfield.

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