BOMB 13 Fall 1985
With the play Tracers, actors Richard Chaves, Vincent Caristi, and other Vietnam veterans use the theater as a mouth piece to play out their experiences of the war. Chaves and Caristi relate the realities of war and stage with Betsy Sussler.
This article is only available in print.
The next day was the day we had arranged to go to the races in Loudon, New Hampshire.
Everyone was waiting for the paint to dry.
I have never abided by a clear logic and so I had my nervous breakdown before and not after I met David Merrick.
At 20 my cheeks glowed
Just thinking heaven held
Things so beautiful
They gave me nightmares.
This piece is haunted like an old house.
In 1907 Pablo Picasso painted what is now a very well known portrait of Gertrude Stein.
Eugène Atget, St. Cloud, black and white photograph,1926 (cat. 94).
Casein on wood, An American Landscape by Moira Dryer.
Mixed media piece, Imitation of Man, and a colored pencil drawing, The Ghost of My Guatemalan Grandmother by Stephen Kramer.
Acrylic painting, Could Hardly by Doreen McCarthy.
Two untitled palladium platinum prints by Jan Groover.
Two drawings with graphite, oil stick, chalk and pencil, Untitled and Shop Drawing for Character Armor by John Newman.
Fingerpaint, spray paint, enamel, and magnetic tape on rag paper, A.D. by Alan Scarritt.
Abstract gouache and watercolor on handmade paper, Freedom of Speech by Katie Martin.
Two photographic spreads, John and Anna, Essay: Marathon Hotel, July 1982 and Carlito and Bottle, Essay: Welfare Mother, November 1984 by Alexandra Avakian.
Two sculptures, Bronze/Poplar Burnout and Black and White Bronze with Holes by Mel Kendrick
Four watercolors of natural landscapes, 1977–81, Drive-in Movie, Santa Barbara, California; Rocky Beach, Santa Barbara, California; and Full Moon and Rising Sun Near Tulsa, Oklahoma by Alfred Leslie.
Two drawings, Working Drawing and Jug and Dish, and two earthenware jug and dish sets by Andrew Lord.
Two oil on canvas paintings, Mexican Twilight and a detail of My Father in Mexico by Michael Robbins.
Two works on paper, Morning Painting Exercises by Michael Tetherow.
Two abstract works utilizing casein, flashe, casein emulsion, carbon transfer, carbon pencil, pencil, ink and linen tape on pine, Untitled and Untitled Drawing by Carroll Dunham.