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
Larry Horowitz is an American landscape painter born in 1956 in New York City. Horowitz graduated from SUNY Purchase and immediately won the prestigious and coveted position as apprentice to American master, Wolf Kahn. Kahn, perhaps the best known and most significant landscape painter of the latter
Carlos Gardel is perhaps the most prominent figure in the history of tango. Although his birthplace is disputed between Argentina, Uruguay and France, he lived in Argentina from the age of two and acquired Argentine citizenship in 1923. He grew up in the Abasto neighbourhood of Buenos Aires, located