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Pat O’Neill’s “Let’s Make a Sandwich”

MITCHELL-INNES & NASH, New York

(Left) Pat O’Neill, Safer than Springtime, 1964. (Right) Pat O'Neill, Trouble in the Image, 1996.
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Leo Goldsmith

Los Angeles-based artist Pat O’Neill has been making work for the last 50 years, and yet it’s rarely seen in New York. A key figure in West Coast experimental cinema, O’Neill is probably best known for highly plastic and technically accomplished films like his lysergic 7362 (1967) or his extraordinary... continue reading

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