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There was no reason Jerry Ross Barrish would become a sculptor, filmmaker, and radical sixties bail bondsman, but that's what happened ...
He grew up in a "tough guy," San Francisco Jewish family, which knew more about boxing and mob connections than it did about art. Maybe he would become a bail bondsman - but a bondsman to long-haired sixties protestors? And an upstart sculptor and filmmaker?
The answer is in Plastic Man: The Artful Life of Jerry Ross Barrish.
For more information, please visit: www.plasticmanbarrish.com
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