Two Sculptures by Beverly Semmes

BOMB 50 Winter 1995
050 Wintter 1995
50 Semmes 01 Body

Beverly Semmes, Black Doorway, 1993, crushed rayon velvet, 82 × 62”. Courtesy Michael Klein. Collection of Lenny and Barbara Kaban.

50 Semmes 02 Body

Beverly Semmes, Little Grey Dress, 1993, imitation lambswool, 62 × 18”. Courtesy Michael Klein. Collection of Barbara Goldfarb.

Janine Antoni by Stuart Horodner
Antoni 03
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BOMB 50, Winter 1995

Featuring interviews with Eric Fischl, Billy Sullivan, Luscious Jackson, George C. Wolfe, Tina Barney, Sigrid Nunez, Victoria Williams, Abbas Kiarostami, Ariel Dorfman, and James Carter.

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050 Wintter 1995