Monthly Archives: June 2011

Cora Pongracz

If you happen to be familiar with Vienna’s art and literary circles of the 1970s, you will probably recognize a lot of the people in Cora Pongracz’s photographs, quickly identifying these distinguished looking older figures and spirited young men and … Continue reading

Valerio Adami

For a long time I’ve wondered why the paintings of Valerio Adami aren’t better appreciated in the U.S.  His excursions into history, especially the tragic history of 20th century Europe, are as subtle and probing as those of Kitaj (though … Continue reading