Books By Linda Weintraub

WHAT’s NEXT? Eco Materialism & Contemporary Art, Intellect Books, 2018,id=5303/

ART on the EDGE and OVER: Searching for Art’s Meaning in Contemporary Society.Translation: BOOKOREA Publishing, Seoul, Korea, 2015

IN the MAKING: Creative Options for Contemporary Art, Teaching Manual, second edition, DAP Publishers, 2015

TO LIFE! Eco Art In Pursuit of a Sustainable Planet, 2012. University of California Press.

TO LIFE! Eco Art In Pursuit of a Sustainable Planet, Teaching Guides: Eco Issues. Eco Approaches. Art Genres. Art Strategies. Contemporary Art History. 2012. Online publication. University of California Press.

Water. Water. Artist’s book, 2012. Artnow Publications and Centre of Contemporary Art, Torun, Poland.

Cycle-Logical Art: Recycling Matters for Eco-Art, 2007. Artnow Publications. Avant-Guardians: Textlets in Art and Ecology.
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EnvironMentalities: Twenty-Two Approaches to Eco-Art, 2007, Artnow Publications, Avant-Guardians: Textlets in Art and Ecology.
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Eco-Centric Topics: Pioneering Themes for Eco-Art, 2006, Artnow Publications, Avant-Guardians: Textlets in Art and Ecology.
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In the Making: Creative Options for Contemporary Art, 2003. Co-published by D.A.P. New York and Thames & Hudson, UK.

In the Making: User’s Manual: Creative Options for Contemporary Art History Classes and Studio Art Classes, 2003. DAP.

In the Making: Creative Options for Contemporary Art DVD, 2003-2012. DAP.

ANIMAL. ANIMA. ANIMUS. Co-author/editors Linda Weintraub and Marketa Sepala. 1998-1999.
Co-published: Pori Museum of Contemporary Art, Finland; Arnhein Museum, Holland; Winnipeg Art Museum, Canada; P.S. 1, New York.

Art on the Edge and Over: Searching for Art’s Meaning In Contemporary Society, 1970s-1990s Art Insights Publications, 1996. Introduction, Arthur Danto. Conclusion, Thomas McEvilley.

Painted Bodies of the Americas, Harry N. Abrams Publisher, 1999.

Art What Thou Eat: Images of Food in American Art, 1990. Weintraub – editor. Contributors: Donna Gustafson, Gilbert T. Vincent, Kendall Taylor, Nan A. Rothschild. Published by Moyer Bell and distributed by Rizzoli Publishers.

The Wild Wonderful World of William Bernard Schade, 1993. University Art Museum, State University of New York at Albany.″>World War II Through the Eyes of Thomas Hart Benton, 1992. Marion Koogler McNay Art Museum, San Antonio, Texas

Isabel Bishop: Chasing the Shadows of the Times: The Drawings of Isabel Bishop and her Colleagues, 1989. Co-authors Linda Weintraub, Helen Yglesias, and John Russell. Published by Chameleon Books of Rizzoli International Publishers.

Process and Product: The Making of Eight Contemporary Masterworks, 1988. Co-authors Linda Weintraub and Donald Kuspit. Bard College.

British Pop Prints, 1987. Bard College.

Pre-Modern Art of Vienna: 1848-1898, 1987. Co-editors Linda Weintraub and Leon Botstein. Contributors: Carl E. Schorske, John W. Boyer, Anton Pelinka, Wolfgang Greisenegger, Dietmar Goltschnigg, Jan E. Adlmann, Leon Botstein, Alessandra Comini, Erika Esau. Hard and soft-cover book published by Wayne State University Press.

The Maximal Implications of the Minimal Line, 1985. Editor Linda Weintraub. Co- authors Donald Kuspit and Phyllis Tuchman. Bard College.

Thomas Hart Benton: Chronicler of America’s Folk Heritage, 1984. Editor Linda Weintraub. Co-authors Matthew Baigell, Archie Green, Alan Buechner. Bard College.

LandMarks: New Site Proposals by 22 Pioneers of Environmental Art, 1984. Editor Linda Weintraub. Authors: Lawrence Alloway, Erik Kiveat, Daniel Simberloff, Shelley Rice.

Charmed Places: Hudson River Artists and Their Houses, Studios, and Vistas, 1988. Edited by Linda Weintraub and Sandra Phillips. Authors James Marston Fitch, albert Fein, Donelson Hoopes, Sandra Phillips, William Rhoads. Bard College and Harry N. Abrams Inc. Publishers.