Three Works by Hanno Otten

BOMB 19 Spring 1987
019 Spring 1987

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19 Otten 01 Body

Hanno Otten, Portrait of Robert Capa, 1986, 78¾ × 51inches. Courtesy of Tanja Grunert.

19 Otten 02 Body

Hanno Otten, Girder Pictures, 1986, 86⅗ × 51 inches. Courtesy of Tanja Grunert.

19 Otten 03 Body

Hanno Otten, 7 Romain du Kirche, St Sereon, 1985, 71 × 51 inches. Courtesy of Tanja Grunert.

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019 Spring 1987