From the Collection

Quoting from Vivan Sundaram: Engine Oil and Charcoal: Works on Paper 1991, ‘Who is the victim sacrificed? “The soldier of Babylon,” blown to bits, identified only by a uniformed, booted leg, or “The Akkadian King,” symbol of a vast empire, of a civilization and its glorious past. Or is it “The Land of the Euphrates,” fertileContinue reading “From the Collection”