- Hans [hanz, hahnz] /hænz, hɑnz/, 1878–1940, U.S. bacteriologist.
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In this show, Zinsser represents various Manhattan contemporary-art galleries as islands.
“To me each of those names is so significant,” Zinsser says wistfully.
So, as to the cultural melt, Zinsser has found the making of his Archipelagoes liberating but not that dramatic a change.
As the idea took on momentum, Zinsser channeled his own history.
Zinsser is now taking the project further, and fine-tuning it.
- American bacteriologist and pioneer immunologist who first differentiated epidemic from endemic forms of typhus.
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