The Marriage of Magic and Madness by Jackie Winsor

BOMB 2 Winter 1982
002 Fall 1982
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Jackie Winsor, The Marriage of Magic & Madness, wood, plaster, gold leaf, phosphorescent, ferris concrete, M80, TNT. Courtesy of Paula Cooper Gallery.

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Jackie Winsor, The Marriage of Magic & Madness, wood, plaster, gold leaf, phosphorescent, ferris concrete, M80, TNT. Courtesy of Paula Cooper Gallery.

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Jackie Winsor, The Marriage of Magic & Madness, wood, plaster, gold leaf, phosphorescent, ferris concrete, M80, TNT. Courtesy of Paula Cooper Gallery.

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BOMB 2, Winter 1982

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002 Fall 1982