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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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Richard Leslie

Richard Leslie ís recent research and curatorial efforts concentrate on the intersections of art criticism and sociology, on the writing of global histories outside the networks of commercial galleries, and on the effect of technology and science on contemporary art and theory. He has degrees in philosophy, art theory, criticism, and art history. He has taught at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Rutgers, City College, the School of Visual Arts in Manhattan, and SUNY at Stony Brook.* He will speak at ATOA on a panel titled, "How has the Digital Revolution altered the domains of printmaking and photography? Will they survive as distinct fine art media?"


Pop Art


Surrealism


Pablo Picasso
A Modern Master
* from www.sunysb.edu.

Margot Lovejoy

Margot Lovejoy is a conceptual and mixed media artist, author, and critic. She uses video, and digital technology in installations with a social conscience. She last speak at ATOA on a panel titled, "Computer Invasion of the Art World."


Digital Currents

Postmodern Currents

Labyrinth

Woman's Work

Paradoxic Mutations

Public Linen

The Book of Plagues


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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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