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BOMB 29 Fall 1989
029 Fall 1989

Discover MFA Programs in Art and Writing

Guerrilla Girls.

Guerrilla Girls.

Gran Fury by Robert Gober
 Gran Fury, New York Crimes, Tuesday, March 28, 1989, four-page newspaper, web offset, each page 22¼ × 15 inches.
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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