Three Works by Mel Kendrick

BOMB 31 Spring 1990
031 Spring 1990
Kendrick 1 Body

Mel Kendrick, Osage with Two Squares, 1989, osage wood, 73 x 28 x 28 inches, two views. All sculptures courtesy of John Weber Gallery. All prints courtesy of Editions Ilene Kurtz.

Kendrick 2 Body

Mel Kendrick, 1990 Woodcut, 26 x 19 ½ inches. White Log, 1986, edition of five cast bronze, 25 ½ x 8 x 8 inches, base: 44 ½ x 9 x 9 inches.

Kendrick 3 Body

Mel Kendrick, 1990 Woodcut, 22 x 14 ½ inches. Black and Red Curve, 1989, osage and ink, 23 ½ x 15 x 13 inches.

Jene Highstein by David Seidner
Highstein 01
End Page by Sto Len
Blackened Ntc

Sto Len is a printmaker, painter, and installation and performance artist. He cofounded the alternative arts space Cinders Gallery in Brooklyn.

French Artist Vincent Sardon Puts His Stamp on French Culture by Michael Valinsky

“My work simply reflects the world, which seems to have been created by an absolute moron.”

Portfolio by Adam Pendleton
Adam Pendleton Bomb 11

Black Dada, System of Display

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BOMB 31, Spring 1990

Featuring interviews with Jean Paul Gaultier, Nick Cave, Joyce Carol Oates, Anton Furst, Tony Spiridakis, Larry Sultan, Liza Bear, Sally Beers, John Steppling, Lisa Hoke, Vera Belmont, Leonard Shapiro, and Christopher Brown.

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031 Spring 1990