Alex Zwarenstein's approach to New York City, as the stage on which his view of the world and life is played out, is governed first and foremost by his history. He was born in Africa to Jewish parents, who were of Dutch and Lithuanian decent. At the age of 17, Zwarenstein left his home in Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe) for London. There he spent the next 13 years studying art, eventually receiving his masters from the Royal Academy of Art before coming to the United States.


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