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Project by Leanne Shapton
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MOLLY, MERCY, MADELINE,
MYRA, MAGGIE, MEREDITH,
MARLEY, MAGDA, MARGARET,
MINDY, MILLIE, MAGDALA,
MYRNA, MOIRA, MARIANNE,
MARLA, MAURA, MARIGOLD,
MEGHAN, MARY, MILLICENT,
MAITE, MAPLE, MITZI.

BOMB Specific: Jungle Fever by Pascale Marthine Tayou

Pacale Marthine Tayou is a Cameroonian artist based in Belgium. His work has appeared in documenta11 (2002) in Kassel, two Venice Biennales (2005 and 2009), and numerous international exhibitions. Recent solo exhibitions took place at the Serpentine Galleries, London, and Fowler Museum, Los Angeles, both in 2015.

Portfolio by Gabriele Beveridge
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Gabriele Beveridge has quite the eye for sad-looking models in posters—the kind of women who hawk things like hair dye and shampoo.

From Dispatches from Moments of Calm by Alexander Kluge & Gerhard Richter
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In 1946 the Russian astrophysicist Gamow, transported in a US Air Force plane from California to Canada, from there to Washington, and from there to Florida, on each occasion to deliver a lecture, saw WITH HIS OWN EYES—while waiting in a noisy café on New York’s Fifth Avenue during one of the few quiet moments he had to himself—the rotation of atoms and subatomic particles, their spin, the constant revolution of molecules and planets, the rapidly turning stars, galaxies and superclusters.

From Silver Caution by Angela Jaeger
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BOMB Specific by Matt Keegan & Kay Rosen

The following is excerpted from an ongoing physical mail exchange, started in 2009, between artists Matt Keegan & Kay Rosen.

Portfolio by Robert Grenier

Color drawing poems from Robert Grenier’s 16 from r h y m m s, a set of prints published by Marfa Book Co./Impossible Objects in January 2014. 

1000Drawing Project by Akira Horikawa
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BOMB Specific: Dear David: An Exchange by David Geers & Peter Rostovsky
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Great to see you as always. A few questions came to me, typically after all was said and done. I thought I’d send them over while our very interesting conversation was still fresh in my mind.

Three Photographs by Jane Hammond
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Three Works by Fred Valentine
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The Wick by Lamar Peterson
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Sugar Plantation by Frans Janszoon Post
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A Feast of Words: Poetry from Meso-America and the American Southwest by Daniel Flores y Ascencio

One of the most fulfilling experiences in life is poetry. Writing is one, reading yet another, translating poetry a whole new experience in the appreciation of poetry and poetic language; that, we know

Spirits of Manhattan by Kathleen White
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Domain
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On The Tallest Hill In Rome by Roberto Juarez
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“I Too Am …”

I dream of my house on the Gianicolo
near Villa Pamphili,

Memory of Loss by Amanda Means
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This First Proof contains flower images, Memory of Loss by Amanda Means.

Dance! by Robert Tracy
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Dancing as an art cannot die out, but will always undergo a rebirth — so wrote the philosopher Havelock Ellis at the beginning of the 20th century. 

Diana Michener by Deborah Eisenberg
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The intense dignity of Diana Michener’s photographs allow us to approach—with a minimum of hysteria—the brink on which she has situated her camera. 

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