Three Drawings by Francoise Schein

BOMB 15 Spring 1986
015 Spring 1986

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Francoise Schein, working plan for the sculpture, A World Circuitry, 1985–86.

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Francoise Schein, Integrated Brussels, 1985, pastel on paper, 22 × 30 inches.

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Francoise Schein, A New York Circuitry, 1985, pastel on paper, 22 × 30 inches.

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Francoise Schein, Roma, 1985, pastel on paper, 22 × 30 inches.

Mark Lombardi by Devon Golden
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Four Photographs by Gunther Forg
Gunther Forg, Colonia 28 Ottobre, Marina di Massa, 1986, black and white photograph, 71 × 47 inches. Courtesy of Luhring Augustine & Hodes Gallery.

Three photographs, titled Colonia 28 OttobreMarina di MassaColonia Marina di ChiavariColonia Marina Calembrone by Gunther Forg, and an installation shot of his work. Part of the Köln portfolio. 

Matthew Soules’s Icebergs, Zombies, and the Ultra Thin: Architecture and Capitalism in the Twenty-First Century by Deborah Gans
An aerial view of 111 West 57th Street featuring an extremely tall, skinny building on the edge of Central Park.

Matthew Soules’s Icebergs, Zombies, and the Ultra Thin looks at how finance-driven architecture is disrupting cities “not through gentrification but rather through zombification.”

Domesticating Waves in the Netherlands by Stefan Helmreich
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Two years back, in the midst of anthropological research about the science and culture of wave monitoring and modeling in the Netherlands, I joined in an event called Waterwolf 2016, a flood preparedness exercise staged in the small municipality of Marken, just twenty kilometers outside Amsterdam. I

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BOMB 15, Spring 1986

Graham Swift, Horton Foote, Ping Chong & Pablo Vela, and David Deutsch.

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015 Spring 1986