BOMB 119



Charles Long talks about his artwork's Emersonian forays across the badlands of modernity with Andrew Winer. 

Ariana Reines looks into the obsession with document sharing and online social media with K8 Hardy.

Liz Deschenes continues her discussions on her work and influences withKathleen Peterson.

Heidi Julavits, author of The Vanishers and cofounder of The Believer, chats with fellow novelist Fiona Maazel.

Writer Ingo Schulze sits down with Eliot Weinberger to converse about topics ranging from Amazonian soil to the author's approach to literary style.

Nicolás Pereda and Gerardo Naranjo chat about their divergent styles and practices and their shared exile from their Mexico.

Iranian musician Mohen Namjoo talks with artist and filmmaker Shirin Neshat about his fusion of classical Persian Poetry and musical forms like the blues.

Dean Moss speaks with his collaborator, playwright Young Jean Lee, about the civil rights movement and his body of work.

Artists on Artists

Alexander Ross on the perplexing visual complexities of Daniel Wiener.

Ryan Johnson on the work of Sheila Pepe, her obsession with shoelaces and her technique of “improvisational croche.” 

Artist Huma Bhabha on the pop genealogy of Michelle Segre's sculpture.

First Proof

Poetry by Mary Jo BangRaphael RudnikJeremy Sigler and Matvei Yankelevich. Fiction by Cristina Rivera GarzaEtgar Keret, and Zachary Lazar. Cover Portfolio by Richard Forster with an essay by Colm Tóibín.

BOMB Specific

Art by Deana Lawson

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