Two Sculptures by Heide Fasnacht

BOMB 28 Summer 1989
028 Summer 1989
28 Fasnacht Body

Heide Fasnacht, Scientific American, (work in progress) 43 × 140 × 140 inches. Photograph by Lisa Kahane. Inset: Heide Fasnacht, Two Views, Reel, 1988, wood, paint 31 × 45 × 37 inches. Courtesy of Germans Van Eck.

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BOMB 28, Summer 1989

Featuring interviews with Patrick McGrath, Craig Lucas, Mary Ellen Mark, Isabel Toledo, Guy Gallo, Gary Indiana, David Kapp, Bobbie Ann Mason, Roland Legiardi-Laura, John Ford Noonan, Roni Horn, and Richard Edson.

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028 Summer 1989