The Cross of Charavaca by Chelo Amezcua

BOMB 45 Fall 1993
045 Fall 1993
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Chelo Amezcua, The Cross of Caravaca, 1967, pencil and pen on paper, 20 × 30 inches. Courtesy of Cavin Morris Inc.

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Chelo Amezcua, Los Egipicios, pencil and pen on paper, 29 × 23 inches. Courtesy of Cavin Morris Inc.

Portfolio by Anouk Kruithof
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Featuring interviews with Gus Van Sant, Trisha Brown, Bernard Cooper, Francine Prose by Deborah Eisenberg, Mike Bidlo, Rob Weiss, Han Ong, Chen Kaige, Lawrence Chua, and Garry Lang.

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