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Artist: Bill Costa
The Gardener is the Loveliest Rose in his Garden
By Bill Costa
Located in New York, NY
This photograph by Bill Costa is offered by CLAMP in New York City.
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1990s Contemporary Bill Costa Art

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Silver Gelatin

The Crucifix
By Bill Costa
Located in New York, NY
This is a photograph by Bill Costa offered by CLAMP in New York City.
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1990s Contemporary Bill Costa Art

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Silver Gelatin

Untitled
By Bill Costa
Located in New York, NY
This photograph by Bill Costa is offered by CLAMP in New York City. Untitled 1993 Signed, dated, and numbered in ink, recto; Also titled and dated in pencil, verso Gelatin silver ...
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1990s Contemporary Bill Costa Art

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Silver Gelatin

He Worked Cruelly and Hard on That Flesh
By Bill Costa
Located in New York, NY
This photograph by Bill Costa is offered by CLAMP in New York City. He Worked Cruelly and Hard on That Flesh 1993 Signed, titled, dated, and numbered in ink, recto Gelatin silver ...
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1990s Contemporary Bill Costa Art

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Silver Gelatin

They Stripped Him and Put on Him a Scarlet Rob[e]
By Bill Costa
Located in New York, NY
This photograph by Bill Costa is offered by CLAMP in New York City. They Stripped Him and Put on Him a Scarlet Rob[e] 1990 Signed, titled, dated, and numbered in ink, verso Gelati...
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1990s Contemporary Bill Costa Art

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Silver Gelatin

Edwardo
By Bill Costa
Located in New York, NY
This work is offered by CLAMP in New York City. Edwardo 1992 Signed, titled, and dated in ink, recto Gelatin silver print 8.5 x 6 inches (21.6 x 15.2 cm), image 10 x 8 inches (25...
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2010s Contemporary Bill Costa Art

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Silver Gelatin

John Sex
By Bill Costa
Located in New York, NY
John Sex c. 1980s Signed and titled in ink, recto Vintage gelatin silver print 12 x 17 inches (30.5 x 43.2 cm), image 16 x 20 inches (40.6 50.8 cm), sheet ...
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1980s Contemporary Bill Costa Art

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Silver Gelatin

Jeune Homme
By Bill Costa
Located in New York, NY
This photograph by Bill Costa is offered by CLAMP in New York City.
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1990s Contemporary Bill Costa Art

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Silver Gelatin

The Crucifix
By Bill Costa
Located in New York, NY
This photograph by Bill Costa is offered by CLAMP in New York City.
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1990s Contemporary Bill Costa Art

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Silver Gelatin

Untitled (Nude Male Standing in Front of Window from Behind)
By Bill Costa
Located in New York, NY
This photograph by Bill Costa is offered by CLAMP in New York City.
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1990s Contemporary Bill Costa Art

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Silver Gelatin

Dreaming Is Nursed in Darkness
By Bill Costa
Located in New York, NY
This photograph by Bill Costa is offered by CLAMP in New York City.
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1990s Contemporary Bill Costa Art

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Silver Gelatin

To Swallow a Photo of Him the Way One Swallows the Eucharist
By Bill Costa
Located in New York, NY
To Swallow a Photo of Him the Way One Swallows the Eucharist 1994 Lifetime gelatin silver print 10.75 x 7.125 inches, image 14 x 11 inches, sheet This work is offered by CLAMP in...
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1990s Contemporary Bill Costa Art

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Silver Gelatin

Untitled (Rollerena Fairy Godmother)
By Bill Costa
Located in New York, NY
Bill Costa Untitled (Rollerena Fairy Godmother) n.d./2022 Accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity Chromogenic print (Edition of 5 + 2 APs) 10 x 8 inches (25.4 x 20.32 cm), sheet 9.25 x 6.5 inches (23.5 x 15.875 cm), image From The Center (New York City’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center): “Rollerena Fairy Godmother came into being on the evening of Saturday, September 16, 1972 by a young man from Kentucky who put on a gown, a 1950s hat, and a straw basket and skated up and down Christopher Street in Greenwich Village, New York City. Over time, Rollerena added to her outfit: rhinestone glasses...
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2010s Contemporary Bill Costa Art

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C Print

Untitled (The Queen Rollerena and her Scepter)
By Bill Costa
Located in New York, NY
Untitled (The Queen Rollerena and her Scepter) n.d./2022 Accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity Chromogenic print (Edition of 5 + 2 APs) 8 x 10 inches (20.32 x 25.4 cm), sheet 6.5 x 9.25 inches (15.875 x 23.5 cm), image From The Center (New York City’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center): “Rollerena Fairy Godmother came into being on the evening of Saturday, September 16, 1972 by a young man from Kentucky who put on a gown, a 1950s hat, and a straw basket and skated up and down Christopher Street in Greenwich Village, New York City. Over time, Rollerena added to her outfit: rhinestone glasses, costume jewelry, a small horn, and a magic wand to bless mortals became regular accessories to her character. She skated in gay neighborhoods, the Easter Parade, Gay Pride...
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2010s Contemporary Bill Costa Art

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C Print

Men with the Tenderest Flesh Are Made of Marble
By Bill Costa
Located in New York, NY
Men with the Tenderest Flesh Are Made of Marble 1984, printed 1992 Signed, titled, dated, and numbered in ink, recto Gelatin silver print (Edition of 5) 6 x 9 inches (15.2 x 22.9 ...
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1980s Contemporary Bill Costa Art

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Silver Gelatin

I Am the Spirit That Hovers Above the Shapeless Mass of Dreams
By Bill Costa
Located in New York, NY
I Am the Spirit That Hovers Above the Shapeless Mass of Dreams 1991 Signed, titled, dated, and numbered in ink, recto Gelatin silver print (Edition of 5) 12.5 x 8.5 inches (31.8 x...
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1990s Contemporary Bill Costa Art

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Silver Gelatin

Joshua II
By Bill Costa
Located in New York, NY
Joshua II 1990 Signed, titled, dated, and numbered in ink, recto Gelatin silver print (Edition of 5) 9 x 13 inches (22.9 x 33 cm), image 11 x 14 inches (27.9 x 35.6 cm), sheet Th...
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1990s Contemporary Bill Costa Art

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Silver Gelatin

Untitled #3
By Bill Costa
Located in New York, NY
Untitled #3 1994 Signed, dated, and numbered in ink, recto; Also titled in pencil, verso Gelatin silver print (Edition of 5) 8 x 5.25 inches (20.3 x 13.3 cm), image 10 x 8 inches ...
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1990s Contemporary Bill Costa Art

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Silver Gelatin

He Exudes a Powerful Fragrance Like Horses Do
By Bill Costa
Located in New York, NY
Gelatin silver print (Edition of 5) Signed and numbered, verso This artwork is offered by ClampArt, located in New York City.
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Late 20th Century Other Art Style Bill Costa Art

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Silver Gelatin

What Glorious Workmanship
By Bill Costa
Located in New York, NY
What Glorious Workmanship 1990 Signed, dated, and numbered in ink, recto; Also titled in pencil, verso Gelatin silver print (Edition of 5) 12.5 x 18 inches (31.8 x 45.7 cm), image...
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1990s Contemporary Bill Costa Art

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Silver Gelatin

The Apsara, NYC
By Bill Costa
Located in New York, NY
Gelatin silver print (Edition of 5) Signed, titled, dated, and numbered in black ink, recto 8 x 10 inches, sheet size 6.5 x 9.5 inches, image size This artwork is offered by ClampA...
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1990s Other Art Style Bill Costa Art

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Silver Gelatin

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He Felt Deeply Grateful to Those Who Brought Him Peace by Dominating Him
By Bill Costa
Located in New York, NY
He Felt Deeply Grateful to Those Who Brought Him Peace by Dominating Him 1993 Signed, titled, dated, and numbered in ink, recto Gelatin silver print (Edition of 5) 12.5 x 8.5 inch...
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1990s Contemporary Bill Costa Art

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Arthur, NYC
By Bill Costa
Located in New York, NY
Signed, titled, dated, and inscribed “AP” in ink, recto Contact gallery for price. This work is offered by ClampArt in New York City.
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1990s Contemporary Bill Costa Art

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Untitled (I sharpened my tongue to a very sharp point…)
By Bill Costa
Located in New York, NY
Gelatin silver print Estate stamp in black ink, verso Also dated and inscribed "'I sharpened my tongue to a very sharp point…' -Genet," verso This photograph is offered by ClampArt,...
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