Monarchy in the 21st Century?
Liechtenstein's billionaire royal family is threatening to abandon its tiny principality over a referendum to curtail its power
Foreign Policy, June 29, 2012
When 'No' Means 'Maybe'
Max Hollein is bringing a distinctly American approach to German art museums
ARTnews, January 2012
Art of News
Amos Schocken, publisher of Israel's most influential newspaper, Haaretz, has remained true to his grandfather's liberal ethos and unafraid to report thoroughly on Palestinian issues
Monocle, February 2008
A Child Prodigy Who Grew Up Into a Wise Interpreter of Music
Pianist Angela Hewitt
The Wall Street Journal, May 4, 2006
A Rebel with a Cause: Francesca von Habsburg
Having grown up with a world class trove of Old Masters, she carves out her own niche as a major collector of edgy contemporary art
ARTnews, Summer 2005
The Sheikh Who Stopped Shopping
Sheikh Saud al-Thani's ouster sent shock waves through the art market and raised questions about his multi-million dollar projects
ARTnews, May 2005
At Ground Zero, a Fresh Take
Michael Arad’s life lessons shaped his winning design for the World Trade Center memorial, one that could inspire the nation to heal.
The Los Angeles Times, March 7, 2004
What Works, What Doesn’t
Master-planning Ground Zero makes the pragmatic Alexander Garvin a local lightning rod
Architecture, September 2002
The Burden of History
What's it like to be Albert Speer's son and namesake – practicing architecture in Germany?
Architecture, June 2000
Totem and Taboo
The new Berlin struggles to build a Holocaust memorial
Lingua Franca, December/January 1999
"You Will Work Only For Me"
Meeting the widow of Hitler's state sculptor Arno Breker
The Spectator, January 20, 1996
Meet Austria's "yuppie fascist"
The New Republic, December 25, 1995
George Segal's Silhouetted World
A sculptor "forever baffled by the grimness and vitality of New York"
Forward, May 7, 1993
Scraping the Sky: The Eternal Architect
Even at 86, Philip Johnson has no small plans
The Washington Post, December 3, 1992
Duking It Out in Austria
Jörg Haider, would-be chancellor, is young, handsome and a little bit scary
The Washington Post, December 27, 1991
Albee and Nothingness
The 'angry older playwright' on life, death and his latest European premiere
The Washington Post, June 23, 1991
The Artist as Eco-Architectural Iconoclast
Friedensreich Hundertwasser's "compost-modern" crusade
The Washington Post, November 18, 1990
The Haus Hollein Built
Vienna's version of Trump Tower
The Washington Post, September 30, 1990
The Final Curtain of The Austrian Playwright
Thomas Bernhard's last will & banishment
The Washington Post, May 22, 1990
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