Sketches for The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse by Christof Kohlhofer

Three sketches by Christof Kohlhofer for Williams S. Burroughs’s The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse.

BOMB 8 Winter 1983
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Christof Kohlhofer 01
Christof Kohlhofer 02
Christof Kohlhofer 03

All images: Christof Kohlhofer, Sketches for W.S. Burroughs “The Four Horsemen of The Apocalypse,” 1983, pen and ink.

Two Drawings by William T. Wiley
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Three Drawings by Jiri Georg Dokoupil
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Three marker drawings, Untitled (Monday Nov 2)Untitled (Sunday, April 18) and Untitled (Martes 20 April) by Jiri Georg Dokoupil.

From Dispatches from Moments of Calm by Alexander Kluge & Gerhard Richter
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In 1946 the Russian astrophysicist Gamow, transported in a US Air Force plane from California to Canada, from there to Washington, and from there to Florida, on each occasion to deliver a lecture, saw WITH HIS OWN EYES—while waiting in a noisy café on New York’s Fifth Avenue during one of the few quiet moments he had to himself—the rotation of atoms and subatomic particles, their spin, the constant revolution of molecules and planets, the rapidly turning stars, galaxies and superclusters.

From Silver Caution by Angela Jaeger
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BOMB 8, Winter 1983

Edouard Roditi by Bradford Morrow, Taylor Meadeby Alf Young, art by Elizabeth Murray, Ellen Phelan, Pat Steir, and more.

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