James Baker

James Baker is a photographer, writer, and educator. In 1975, he received a graduate degree in photography from the Rhode Island School of Design

David Yust

David E. Yust was born April 3, 1939 in Wichita, Kansas. He studied with Birger Sandzén in 1951 and at Wichita State Univ. from 1957-59. He

Vladimir Yavachev

Vladimir Yavachev was born in Sofia, Bulgaria in 1973. At 17 he moved to New York City to study film at NYU and work for his uncle Christo. He

Wolfgang Volz

Wolfgang Volz is one of the world’s premier landscape photographers. He has worked with Christo and Jeanne-Claude as the exclusive photographer

Jonathan Henery

Jonathan Henery is Jeanne-Claude’s nephew has worked with the artists Christo and Jeanne-Claude since the 1990s. He has a BA from Fordham

Jerry Saltz

Jerry Saltz is the senior art critic at New York Magazine and its entertainment site Vulture.com, a leading voice in the art world at large, and

Melanie Kirkpatrick

Melanie Kirkpatrick is a writer-journalist based in Connecticut and a senior fellow at the Hudson Institute in Washington, D.C. She contributes

Catharine Franklin

Catharine R. Franklin specializes in the history of the nineteenth-century United States Army with an emphasis on indigenous peoples and the

Sarah Kurnick

Dr. Sarah Kurnick is an Assistant Professor of Anthropology at the University of Colorado Boulder. She is an anthropological archaeologist

Timothy James Standring

Timothy James Standring, curator emeritus, Denver Art Museum has lectured widely throughout the United States and Europe.  He has curated more

RJ Rushmore

RJ Rushmore has explored contemporary art as a writer, curator, photographer, arts administrator, critic and fan. His work focuses on street art,

Michael Rushmore

Michael Rushmore’s interest in street art was originally ignited by random exposure to controversial images on the brick walls of East