Clement Greenberg was the most influential art critic of the postwar period. He was the author of numerous books, including studies of Joan Miro and Hans Hoffman, and his essays appeared in art magazines as well as such publications as the Partisan Review, Commentary, and The Nation.
Janice Van Horne has been the executor of the Clement Greenberg Estate since his death in 1994. She 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.