Welcome to the Hotel California

Plagens, Peter
April 1998
Newsweek;4/27/1998, Vol. 131 Issue 17, p74
Focuses on expatriate American artist Ronald Brooks Kitaj. His return to the United States after an art dispute in London, England; Background on painter R.B. Kitaj.


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