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A Line by Kazim Ali and a Painting by Barnett Newman

Onement by Barnett Newman (1949)

Onement by Barnett Newman (1949)

“Feeling at the thin edge between what and what.”

–Kazim Ali, from “New York”

in his book Bright Felon

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