About Carol Kino

Carol Kino

Carol Kino contributes regularly to The New York Times; she is also a contributing writer for The Art Economist and a contributing editor at Art + Auction. Her work has appeared in many other publications, including Slate, The Atlantic Monthly, and The National (Abu Dhabi). Her recent work includes profiles of the reclusive Pop artist Claes Oldenburg and the equally reclusive Thornton Dial; a story about the development of a new curatorial discipline, olfactory art (i.e., perfume), at New York's Museum of Arts and Design; and an Arts & Leisure cover feature on the Marine Corp's combat art program, which has spurred new interest in this work within the military and the art world alike.

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