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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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Jules Olitski

Jules Olitski was a color field artist for many years, but returned to abstract landscapes. He has been acknowledged by critic Clement Greenberg as the leading artist of the 20th century. He describes his paintings simply as "a spray of color that hangs like a cloud, but does not lose its shape." He last spoke at ATOA on a panel titled, Jules Olitski interviewed by Molly Barnes.



Jules Olitski
by Lauren Poster

Jules Olitski
by Jules Olitski


Jules Olitski and the
Tradition of Oil Painting
by Terry Fenton

Three American Painters
Fogg Art Museum

Rosemary M. O'Neill

Rosemary O'Neill is an art historian who teaches "Theories of Modern Art" at Parsons School of Design. Selected publications: Modernist Rendezvous: Amadeo de Souza Cardoso and the Delaunays (Corcoran Museum, 1999), Latin American Art of the 20th Century (Museum of Modern Art, 1993), Art in Latin American: The Modern Era, 18201980 (Arts Council of Great Britain and Yale University Press, 1989, 1994), Art Journal. Curatorial/museum work: Jewish Museum (NY), Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Bronx Museum for the Arts, Phoenix Art Museum, Aronson Gallery, PSD. Coordinated university programs supported by the National Endowment for the Humanities. Awards: Cultural Services of the French Embassy, and Vera List Center for Art and Politics, New School University, Technology and Teaching initiatives, New School University. She last spoke at ATOA on a panel titled, THE PENDULUM SWINGS AGAIN? THE STATE OF KOREAN CONTEMPORARY ART IN THE POST-GLOBAL WORLD.



Art in Latin America
by L. Guy Brett (Contributor), Stanton Loomis Catlin (Contributor), Rosemary O`Neill (Contributor), Dawn Ades (Editor)

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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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