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The ATOA online store is now selling books by or about some of the famous artists and authors who have spoken on ATOA panels. Clicking on a link below will take you to Amazon.com where you can purchase the book online. ATOA receives approximately a 5% commission on all sales generated by these links.These funds help us continue our mission of providing a forum for critical discussions in the fine arts. Help ATOA by ordering your art books here.

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Authors

Nancy Azara | Molly Barnes | Will Barnet | Michael Brenson | Louise Bourgeois | A. D. Coleman | Arthur Danto | Edward W. Earle | Jules Feiffer | Tery Fugate-Wilcox | Leon Golub | Anthony Haden-Guest | Eleanor Heartney | Wolf Kahn | Ruth Kligman | Hilton Kramer | Donald Kuspit | Richard Leslie | Margot Lovejoy | Carlo Maria Mariani | Donna Marxer | Robert C. Morgan | Elizabeth Murray | Herb Nass | Rosemary O'Neill | Jeff Perrone | Peter Plagens | Nancy Princenthal | Faith Ringgold | Walter Robinson | Jerry Saltz | Irving Sandler | Jonathan Santlofer | Peter Schjeldahl | Judy Seigel | Valerie Shakespeare | Mark Stevens | Annalyn Swan | Calvin Tomkins | Charles Traub | Judd Tully | Thalia Vrachopoulos | Others



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Max Gimblett

Max Gimbletts work consists largely of object based paintings in a variety of shapes the oval, rectangle, circle, square, and most well know, the quatrefoil. The surfaces combine the use of acrylic paints and resins with precious metals such as gold, silver, moon gold and copper as he explores the multiplicity of meanings attached to such revered materials and forms. The paintings embrace both Eastern and Western philosophies in associating precious metals with honor, wisdom, light and enlightenment and together with the drawings, which are a distinctive and parallel achievement, reference ancient symbols and belief systems and enact the transformation of material and spiritual energies. Gimblett has exhibited extensively since the mid-1970s with his work shown internationally in the United States, New Zealand, Australia, Japan, Korea, Sweden, Denmark, Switzerland and Spain and held as a consequence in major collections, both public and private, throughout the world. He last spoke at ATOA on a panel titled, "Abstract Painting: Endangered Species."


Max Gimblett
by Wystan Curnow

Max Gimblett
by Ronny Cohen

Max Gimblett
by Max Gimblett



Leon Golub

Leon Golub is best known for his large-scale paintings of violence and the abuse of power, scenes as colossal in brutality as they are in size. But, throughout his long career, Golub was a prolific draftsman as well. With subjects ranging from the classical to the erotic, and media ranging from oil sticks, to conte crayons, to inks, to acrylics, Golub's drawings interrogate the condition of our world. He was married to the artist Nancy Spero, until he died in 2005. He last spoke at ATOA on a panel titled, "Leon Golub and Robert C. Morgan."


Don't Tread on Me
by Leon Golub

Leon Golub
by Jon Bird

Dog
by Leon Golub

Do Paintings Bite?
by Leon Golub

Leon Golub
by Leon Golub

Leon Golub
by Donald Kuspit

Keeping Good Time
(illustrator)

Facings
by Leon Golub

Golub
by Ned Rifkin

Leon Golub
by Patrick T Murphy

Out of the 50's,
Into the 60's

A Painter
of Darkness

Leon Golub
by Hector Obalk

Leon Golub and
Nancy Spero

Worldwide
by Leon Golub

Retrospective
by Leon Golub

Leon Golub
by Patrick T. Murphy

Anthony Haden-Guest

Anthony Haden Guest last spoke at ATOA on a panel titled, Jean-Michel Basquiat And The Third Eye"










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Authors

Nancy Azara | Molly Barnes | Will Barnet | Michael Brenson | Louise Bourgeois | A. D. Coleman | Arthur Danto | Edward W. Earle | Jules Feiffer | Tery Fugate-Wilcox | Leon Golub | Anthony Haden-Guest | Eleanor Heartney | Wolf Kahn | Ruth Kligman | Hilton Kramer | Donald Kuspit | Richard Leslie | Margot Lovejoy | Carlo Maria Mariani | Donna Marxer | Robert C. Morgan | Elizabeth Murray | Herb Nass | Rosemary O'Neill | Jeff Perrone | Peter Plagens | Nancy Princenthal | Faith Ringgold | Walter Robinson | Jerry Saltz | Irving Sandler | Jonathan Santlofer | Peter Schjeldahl | Judy Seigel | Valerie Shakespeare | Mark Stevens | Annalyn Swan | Calvin Tomkins | Charles Traub | Judd Tully | Thalia Vrachopoulos | Others





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