Interview with CHRISTOPHER BUCKLOW: Your childhood ambition: To live in Venice. Something you treasure: A stone from Kunisada’s grave. Your worst habit: The neighbors would say it was playing the Mars Volta too loudly…over and over. The aspect of your work that’s most important to you: Its growth. Your first job: Museum curator. I looked after the William Blake collection. Someone whose work you highly recommend: Alfred Sisley. Matthew Barney. Philip Guston. See more of Christopher Bucklow’s work here.