Harmony Korine first rose to prominence with his script for "Kids" in the 1990's, and went on to direct influential and deeply experimental films like "Gummo," "Trash Humpers," "Julien Donkey-Boy," and, more recently, "Spring Breakers." One of the few directors working in American cinema who is also a visual artist, Korine has had four solo shows in the span of 2014-2015 alone, including a 2014 show at Gagosian Gallery on Park Avenue entitled "Shooters." Additional selected solo and group exhibitions include those at Gagosian Gallery (New York, Beverly Hills, & St. Jean), Patrick Painter (Santa Monica, CA), Stedelijk Museum voor Actuele Kunst (Ghent, Belgium), Swiss Institute (New York), and the 2003 Venice Biennale. His books include A Crack Up at the Race Riots; Pass the Bitch Chicken, a collaboration with Christopher Wool, and Train Yourself to Lose, a project with Dan Colen. Korine currently lives in Nashville with his wife Rachel and daughter Lefty.