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Sarah Raphael : "Empty Speech Bubbles" by Geordie Greig

With the kind permission of Modern Painters, we reproduce here Geordie Greig's excellent profile article on Sarah Raphael's foray into abstraction. The painter's statements about her own work and its evolution are particularly interesting in relation to Debbie Ayles and Klaus Podoll's articles introduced in 'Headaches'.

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Greig, Geordie. "Empty Speech Bubbles", Modern Painters, Winter 1998, Vol. 11, no. 4