Untitled Painting by Al Taylor

BOMB 23 Spring 1988
023 Spring 1988

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Al Taylor, Untitled, 1986–87, watercolor on paper, 12 × 9 inches. Courtesy of Lorence Monk.

Oral History Project: Stanley Whitney by Alteronce Gumby
​Stanley Whitney
Barnaby Furnas by John Reed
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“Our world is totally dominated by rectangles.”

Eva Lundsager by Jessica Baran
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It is difficult to make work about joy. Eva Lundsager’s watercolors (articulated with sumi ink) manage to do it, capturing, as she describes them, acts of “hysterical ecstasy.”

Jennifer Clifford Danner by Betsy Sussler
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Larger than life-size, glancing head on or sideways, Jennifer Clifford Danner’s portraits—for portraits they are, in the traditional sense, if not painted in the traditional method—confront their audience with a dignity and vulnerability rarely seen since Klimt’s Portrait of Adele Block-Bauer.

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BOMB 23, Spring 1988

Paul Auster by Joseph Mallia, Black-Eyed Susan, Jeanne-Pierre Gorin, April Gornik, Freya Hansell & Susan Rothenberg.

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023 Spring 1988