Critic, poet, and professor Bruce Hainley has written poignantly about Los Angeles art, and art around the world. His essays on William E. Jones, Tom Friedman and Trisha Donnelly probe visual culture with gaping honesty.
Hainley, who has been a contributing editor at ArtForum and an instructor in
Jonah Criswell received his BFA from Kansas City Art Institute and his MFA from Pennsylvania State University. He has exhibited in New York, Kansas City, Pennsylvania and Germany. His work is concerned with contemporary domestic spaces as a metaphor for how we construct, on a subconscious level, our