Carol Kino, Writer

"Impressionism is the newspaper of the soul."
   Henri Matisse

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~ Cultural Context Machine (USC Annenberg / Getty Arts Journalism Fellowship), November 2011
A digital timeline created as part of the pop-up newsroom It pinpoints some of the seminal cultural events that took place in Southern California in the 1960s and 1970s. Created with Kim Levin, Randall Roberts and Carolina Miranda during the USC Annenberg / Getty Arts Journalism Fellowship.
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~ Mercurial Moss
Bal Harbour Magazine, February 2011
James Danziger, the photo editor turned photographer dealer, captures the ultimate subject - Kate Moss - in a new, limited edition portfolio. Carol Kino gets a closer look.
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~ The Visionary
Bal Harbour Magazine, November 2010
Ruth Ansel, the legendary art director, sits down with Carol Kino to discuss her groundbreaking career as one of the first female voices in graphic design.
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~ Lucas Samaras
W, Art Issue, November 2010
Lucas Samaras Turns His Lens on the Art World

~ Pei Day
ArtForum, Scene & Herd, November 29, 2008
Carol Kino at the opening of the Museum of Islamic Art in Qatar

~ China Reach
Conde Nast Portfolio,, July 30, 2008
This summer, two major New York galleries open Asian outposts. It's the latest sign of how mature - and lucrative - the Chinese art market is becoming.

Story Archive:

  • The New York Times
  • T: The New York Times
          Style Magazine

  • WSJ. Magazine
  • The National
  • 1stdibs Introspective
  • Art Basel Miami Beach
  • ArtDesk
  • Art & Antiques
  • Art + Auction
  • Art in America
  • Cultured
  • Departures
  • Town & Country
  • The Atlantic Monthly
  • Slate
  • Bloomberg Muse
  • The Art Economist

  • Catalogs and Essays

  • Other stories
    Stories have also appeared in Conde Nast Portfolio, W, Vogue,, Domino, New York, Time Out/New York, and a slew of art magazines, including Beaux Arts, Modern Painters and Artnews.

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