Two Sculptures by Mel Kendrick

BOMB 13 Fall 1985
013 Fall 1985

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Mel Kendrick, 1984, Bronze/Poplar Burnout and Black and White Bronze with Holes. Courtesy John Weber Gallery.

Mel Kendrick by Carroll Dunham
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Rooster by Brett DePalma
Brett DePalma, Rooster, 1987, mixed media, 22 × 13 × 15 inches. Courtesy of Joe Fawbush Gallery.

Mixed-media sculpture, Rooster by Brett DePalma.

Two Works by Jene Highstein
Jene Highstein, Untitled, 1988, bone black pigment on rag paper, framed 66 x 51½ inches. Courtesy of Michael Klein Inc.

Two works by Jene Highstein—one bone black pigment drawing on rag paper and one sculpture of carved elm.

Mel Kendrick by Carroll Dunham
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Mel Kendrick’s studio has always been filled with tools. The place feels like an extension of his brain and body, a labyrinth of identity projection and maintenance where thought occurs through the manipulation of inert material rather than the coursing circuits of neurotransmission.

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BOMB 13, Fall 1985

David Salle, John Huston, Richard Chaves & Vincent Caristi, art by Carroll Dunham, Moira Dryer, and more.

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013 Fall 1985