NANCY GOLDRING is an artist living in New York. A founding member of SITE, Inc. an experimental architectural group in the seventies; she has received two Fulbright grants, one to Italy and another to Southeast Asia. A professor at Montclair State University, her most recent exhibitions include Galleria Martini Ronchetti in Genoa and the Architectural Association of Rome.
Leo Steinberg was a great writer. His writings will endure as long as readers still exist who cherish art and writing as much as he did.
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One of the great original voices of our times a pilgrim in search of beautiful innocence, writing lovingly, finding it simply, in his own way, Jack Kerouac said of American poet Robert Lax (1915 2000). Lax lived on the Greek island of Patmos much of his life, writing small crystalline poems that recall the formal severity and emotional richness of his friends Thomas Merton and Ad Reinhardt.