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Global Systems of Labor: Hugo McCloud Interviewed by Will Fenstermaker
A painting of two black women harvesting salt against a bright blue background.

Making paintings with plastic, metal, and other industrial materials.

Global Systems of Labor: Hugo McCloud Interviewed by Will Fenstermaker
A painting of two black women harvesting salt against a bright blue background.

Making paintings with plastic, metal, and other industrial materials.

Message and Method: Hannah Chalew Interviewed by Louis Bury
Five women push a solar-powered cart down a tree-lined street.

Organic installations that envision current and future worlds.

A Note from Betsy Sussler and Odili Donald Odita
A quote graphic with white text on a red background that reads: "We are both garden and gardeners. We are tended to as we tend to others. —Ajay Kurian / From Ajay Kurian by Shiv Kotecha BOMB / Spring 2021"

Your tax-deductible gift to BOMB in 2021 will be matched dollar-for-dollar in celebration of our 40th!

Between a Body, a City, a Mountain: Sara Jimenez Interviewed by Re’al Christian
Heavy netting hanging from the ceiling in a dimly lit gallery holds a variety of objects.

Installations that investigate colonialist control.

Design for a Difference: Andrew Castrucci Interviewed by Chris Molnar
A wooden table with an artist book on it next to a pair of white gloves and two artworks on the wall above it.

Two artist books that interact with grassroots activism.

Portfolio by Jane Benson
An arcing horizontal piece of long paper with multi-colored vertical stripes.

Sculptural works that investigate nature, color, and sound.

Thank You for Joining Us for the Premiere of Analog/Dialog at the Ace Hotel Brooklyn
Photo of poet Douglas Kearney preforming at the Ace Hotel Brooklynby Aslan Chalom

What a night it was—poet Douglas Kearney and sound chemist Val Jeanty delivered an unforgettable performance to a packed room at the Ace Hotel Brooklyn.

Materializing the Immaterial: Aliza Shvarts Interviewed by Charlotte Kent
Four large vinyl banners featuring image and text hangin from the ceiling against a dark background.

Installation and sculpture that make power visible.

Forms That Don’t Yet Exist: Kiyan Williams Interviewed by Louis Bury
Three mud humanoid figures stand in a room full of brown dirt.

Sculpture and performance that work with soil.

Contact Points: K.R.M. Mooney Interviewed by Maddie Klett
A small vertical white sculpture attached to the wall with a small square of cuttlebone inside it.

Sculpture that attends to its materials and surroundings.

Staging Images: Gauri Gill Interviewed by Will Fenstermaker
A person in the backseat of a white Jeep wears a mask that looks like a clock face while the driver wears a lizard mask.

Photographing homemade masks of quotidian life.

ME-AS-A-WITCH by Ricardo Cavolo
Ricardo Cavolo Mockup
Do Not Ignore the Gift: Shannon Cartier Lucy Interviewed by Osman Can Yerebakan
A painting of a Dalmation on a tabletop undergoing an autopsy with its innards graphically exposed.

Paintings that delve beneath the surface of everyday life.

Naudline Pierre by Stephanie E. Goodalle
Painting of a nude, orange figure ascending into a pink sky surrounded by multi-colored winged figures.

On the eve of her fall exhibitions at Prospect.5 in New Orleans and the Dallas Museum of Art, Pierre shares the prerequisites for making her visionary, color-saturated paintings.

Scales and Measures: Roger White Interviewed by Spencer Everett
A painting of transparent plastic packaging against a white background.

Framing time through still life and beyond.

“O my body, make of me always a man who questions!”: Shikeith Interviewed by Jessica Lanay
An video still image of the face of a Black man covered in sweat while lying on the floor.

Photography, sculpture, installation, and performance that illuminate Black queer experience.

Reconfigured Bodies: Annette Wehrhahn Interviewed by Fabienne Lasserre
An abstract painting of red and yellow splotches and tassels around the edges titled, Bust, by Annette Wehrhahn

Paintings that address life’s messiness.

Suzanne Jackson by Barbara McCullough
A painting with with yellow and red abstract pinwheel-like shapes suspended by two hanging wires.

A veteran of the post–Watts Rebellion creative community in LA, Jackson revisits pivotal moments from her career in painting and Black activism.

Culture as Dialogue: Vasantha Yogananthan Interviewed by Will Fenstermaker
A color photograph of monkeys climbing bars in the fog titled, Vanar and Markat, by Vasantha Yogananthan

A photobook retells the Ramayana.

Hispanic Heritage: Latinx Contributors to BOMB Magazine
A simple text graphic that reads "Latinx Contributors" in white text over a red background.

To celebrate the end of Hispanic Heritage month, explore our list of Latinx contributors to BOMB over the decades. This is an ongoing list.

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