Janice Van Horne

In recent years, Janice Van Horne edited two books assembled from Clement Greenberg’s archive at the Getty Research Library; The Harold Letters and Homemade Esthetics, designated a New York Times book of the year. She lives in New York City, in the same apartment she and Clem moved into in 1960.


ARTICLES FEATURING JANICE

Open Marriage Chez Clem: A Life with Clement Greenberg


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