Split Screen by Robert Nickas

BOMB 48 Summer 1994
048 Summer 1994
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Top: Aura Rosenberg, Untitled (O.S.), 1993, photograph. Bottom: Michelangelo Antonioni, film still from Blow-Up, 1966.

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Top: Busby Berkeley, Film still from Trans-Atlantic Merry-Go Round, 1934. Bottom: Lisa Beck, Nothing So Rare:, 1993, oil and alkyd on wood, hardware, 48 × 48 × 2.5 inches.

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Top: film still: Jeanne Moreau in “Fraçois Truffaut’s” Jules and Jim, 1961. Bottom: Sam Samore, Lips, photograph, 1990’s.

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Top: Film still: The Mighty Crusaders, (detail), Falcon Productions, 1960. Bottom: Peter Halley, Cinderblock Prison, (detail), 1990, fiberglass, 100 × 16 inches. 

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Top: Cady Noland, left, Your Fucking Face, 1993-94. Right, Gibbet, 1993-94. Bottom: Film still: Humphrey Bogart in King of the Underworld, Lewis Seiler, 1939.

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Top: Film still: The Bad Seed, Mervyn LeRoy, 1956. Bottom: Julia Scher, Security by Julia, 1993, photo by Joseph Cultice.

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Top: Film still: Faster Pussycat! Kill! Kill!, Russ Meyer, 1965. Bottom: Steven Parrino, Blob #3 (Dead Flies), 1994.

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Top: Douglas Sirk, All That Heaven Allows, film still, 1955. Bottom: Joan Wallace, Stroking the Unhappy Wish, 1992, acrylic on canvas, 48 × 60 inches. Courtesy of Postmasters.

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Top: Unidentified film still. Bottom: Lutz Bacher, Big Boy, 1992, stuffed fabric, 8 × 5 × 2 feet. Courtesy of Pat Hearn Gallery.

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Top: Jack Gold, The Medusa Touch, 1978. Bottom: Steve DiBenedetto, Generic Moment, 1993, acrylic and spray paint on canvas, 60 × 48 inches. Courtesy of Tony Shafrazi Gallery.

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Top: Rémy Belveaux, Man Bites, Andre Bonzel and Benôit Poelvoorde, 1992. Bottom: Lily van der stokker, Untitled (Motherfucker), 1994, drawing. Courtesy of Feature.

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BOMB 48, Summer 1994

Featuring interviews with Eric Bogosian, Rick Moody, bell hooks, Dennis Cooper, Jack Whitten, Michel Auder, Hanif Kureishi, Joel Thome, Keith Antar Mason, and Allison Anders.

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048 Summer 1994