Stomach by Kiki Smith

BOMB 18 Winter 1987
018 Winter 1987

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Kiki Smith, Stomach, from Possession is Nine Tenths of the Law, 1985, from a portfolio of color monoprints. Courtesy Fawbush Editions.

Kiki Smith, Stomach, from Possession is Nine Tenths of the Law, 1985, from a portfolio of color monoprints. Courtesy Fawbush Editions.

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018 Winter 1987