Untitled Painting by Michael Scott

BOMB 29 Fall 1989
029 Fall 1989

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Mike Scott, Untitled, 1989. Courtesy of Tony Shafrazi Gallery.

Mike Scott, Untitled, 1989. Courtesy of Tony Shafrazi Gallery.

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BOMB 29, Fall 1989

Featuring interviews with Kevin Spacey, Robert Gober, Deborah Eisenberg, Christopher Guest, Isaac Mizrahi, Kazuo Ishiguro, Marvin Heiferman, Bharati Mukherjee, John Heys, Maureen Conner, Hillary Johnson, and Ketan Mehta.

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029 Fall 1989