Three Works by Nancy Reese

BOMB 7 Fall 1983
007 Fall 1983
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Nancy Reese, Cat, 1983, Pastel, pencil, paper, 28 × 34”.

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Nancy Reese, Nightclub, 1983, oil and enamel on canvas, 37 × 59”.

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Nancy Reese, Sleeping Giant, 1983, pastel and pencil on paper, 20 × 34 inches.

Portfolio by Deborah Grant
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Michelle Segre by Huma Bhabha

I have been fortunate to have such a relationship with Michelle Segre and her work—from collages of gangs of legs cut from comic book pages, gnawed alien-bone mobiles, and giant pieces of moldy bread and larger-than-life mushrooms recalling the soft sculptures of Claes Oldenburg, right up to her current work.

Seeing Differently: Pop Stars! Popular Culture and Contemporary Art Reviewed by Lee Ann Norman
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An exhibition that examines the self in a media-saturated landscape.

An Individual Is Made of Many Parts: Tschabalala Self Interviewed by Sasha Bonét
Tschabalala Self1

Space shapes bodies; bodies shape space. 

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BOMB 7, Fall 1983

Daniel Schmid by Gary Indiana, Robin Winters, Lizzie Borden, Jorg Immendorf, Harry Kipper & Roger Herman, art by Carl Apfelschnitt, Kiki Smith, and more.

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007 Fall 1983