The Wick by Lamar Peterson

BOMB 111 Spring 2010
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Lamar Peterson The Wick

Lamar Peterson, Untitled, 2010, acrylic on paper, 25 × 21 inches. Courtesy of the artist, Fredericks & Freiser Gallery, and Richard Heller Gallery.

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BOMB 111, Spring 2010

Featuring interviews with Guy Ben-Ner, T.J Wilcox and Anne Collier, Sam Lipsyte and Christopher Sorrentino, Carlos Reygadas, Patricia Clarkson and Howard Altmann, David Sylvian and Keith Rowe, Edgar Arceneaux and Charles Gaines and Rick Lowe, Charles Bernstein. 

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