Interlock: Art, Conspiracy, and the Shadow Worlds of Mark Lombardi

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About the Author

Patricia Goldstone has been a reporter for the Los Angeles Times and a bureau chief for Cablevision. She has written for the Washington Post, Maclean's, the Economist Intelligence Unit, and the Abu Dhabi National, among others. She holds a Master's Degree in Literature from Trinity College in Dublin and is the author of Making the World Safe
for Tourism
(Yale University Press, 2001) and Aaronsohn's Maps (Harcourt, 2007). She is a national award-winning playwright. She divides her time between New York and Los Angeles.


"Goldstone has impressively mined the artist's archives and interviewed many who knew him, dutifully recording all their contradictory gossip." --Kirkus

"This isn't a story about an artist. This is a story about something more deep and meaningful... This book is very well-researched, it's very detailed." --Forward Thinking

"Goldstone is a deft guide to her subject, managing to write up all of his conspiracy research without making him sound like a loon, while also providing a thorough examination of the art scene in Houston and New York." --Bookslut

"The first major book about the artist..." --Newsweek

"Patricia Goldstone has written the first comprehensive biography of the conceptual artist... which is full of details from those who were closest to him: family, friends, colleagues, and past loves. Goldstone weaves US historical records into the course of the artist's life, citing scandals, political intrigue, and economic turbulence along the way." --Artnet