Book Contributors

Elizabeth Baker was editor of Art in America from 1974 to 2008. She remains associated with the magazine as editor-at-large.  

Holland Cotter has been a staff art critic at the New York Times since 1998. In 2009, Cotter received the Pulitzer Prize Award for Criticism.

Michael Duncan a critic and independent curator, is a Corresponding Editor for Art in America.

Oleg Grabar (1929-2011) is perhaps best know for his ground-breaking approach to integrating visual evidence to cultural history within Islam.

Max Kozloff  wrote the art column for The Nation in the 1960s, was New York Editor for Art International 1962-64, and became Executive Editor of Artforum, 1974-1976.  Kozloff has written numerous  monographs and essays on modern art, cubism, futurism and photography.

Dr. Irving Sandler is an art critic and historian who is Professor Emeritus of Art History at State University of New York.

Joan Simon is a Paris based, American born writer, curator, editor, and arts administrator who has worked independently for museums, foundations and publishers in the United States and in Europe.   

Emna Zghal is a Tunisian-born U.S. based visual artist. Her work was featured in numerous solo and group exhibitions in.