Two Paintings by Gandy Brodie

BOMB 19 Spring 1987
019 Spring 1987
19 Brodie 01 Body

Gandy Brodie, Anemonies in Rusted Can, 1975, oil on canvas, 25½ × 19 inches. Courtesy of Edward Thorp Gallery.

19 Brodie 02 Body

Gandy Brodie, African Sculpture in Lower Manhattan, ca. 1965, oil on canvas, 32 × 25 inches. Courtesy of Edward Thorp Gallery.

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BOMB 19, Spring 1987

Willem Dafoe, Kathy Acker, Ross Bleckner, Janet Hobhouse, and St. EOM.

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019 Spring 1987