Two Works by Steve Keister

BOMB 27 Spring 1989
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Steve Keister, Untitled, 1988, wood fiberglass, epoxy resin, epoxy paint, and rubber, 35½ × 37 × 12⅜ inches. Courtesy of Blum Helman.

Steve Keister, Untitled, 1988, wood fiberglass, epoxy resin, epoxy paint, and rubber, 35½ × 37 × 12⅜ inches. Courtesy of Blum Helman.

Steve Keister, Cat Scan, 1989, silkscreen and Xerox process print, Masa Japanese paper, edition of 25, 34 × 45 inches. Courtesy of Solo Press.

Steve Keister, Cat Scan, 1989, silkscreen and Xerox process print, Masa Japanese paper, edition of 25, 34 × 45 inches. Courtesy of Solo Press.

Plethora by Joseph Nechvetal
Joseph Nechvatal, Plethora, 1988, acrylic on canvas, 90 × 138 inches. Courtesy of Brooke Alexander.
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027 Spring 1989