Michael Kurcfeld

Michael Kurcfeld is a journalist, originally from the print world, but since 1990 working in electronic media. Since founding Stonehenge Media, he has produced film and arts coverage for NYTimes.com, WSJ.com, Huffington Post, PBS, Bravo, Yahoo Movies, 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment and Film.com. He produces the Photographer Spotlight series for the Los Angeles Review of Books.


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Art Basel 2019 Highlights

The most asked question at any cornucopic public art show is: “What did you like?” We saw no reason not to ...


LARB Voices: Donovan

An exclusive interview with singer-songwriter Donovan (Maryhill, Scotland, 1949). Donovan Leitch spoke with LARB earlier this year, at a stop on ...


Photographer Spotlight: Nick Brandt [VIDEO]

Nick Brandt committed to a 16-year odyssey of capturing the vanishing herds that roam the 2-million-acre Amboseli ecosystem, which straddles Kenya and Tanzania. When viewed at the daunting scale intended, these portraits of sentient beings inspire a visceral appreciation of the megafauna that few other photographers have achieved....


Photographer Spotlight: Stanislas Guigui

Most photographers are passive, often neutral observers. Stanislas Guigui fully inhabits the ferocious world he shoots, completely caught in its turbulence. ...



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