A singular presence in American painting for the past four decades, Kahn is famously obscure.
After an eight year hiatus, the Zen Amsterdam cop returns in van de Wetering’s The Hollow-Eyed Angel. Painter and writer Stanley Moss talks to the former monk/patrolman about the unconventional crime and the unconventional solution.
“Things are changing, and I think Hispanic people are making it change, and I’m going to do my best to make it change, you know? Not just sit back and wait for things to happen, ‘cause they’re not going to happen by themselves.”
“The only way to deconstruct an idea or a viewpoint is to start with some kind of archetype, then you invade it with different readings.” James Wines
Phil Hartman made his name as a regular cast member on Saturday Night Livewhere, from 1986 to 1994, he created a number of classic characters such as the Unfrozen Caveman Lawyer. Writer and Artist Stanley Moss sat down with Hartman in 1991.
Dr. John speaks with long-time listener Stanley Moss about his musical roots, colorful past and his career goals, including film scores and collaborative work.