Anthony Fontenot is a professor of architecture at Woodbury University. He was a recipient of the Fellowship of the Society of Woodrow Wilson Scholars at Princeton University and was awarded a Getty Fellowship. Along with Michael Sorkin and Carol McMichael Reese, he is the co-editor of New Orleans Under Reconstruction: The Crisis of Planning.
His books include The Aesthetics of Liberalism: Non-Design and the Non-Planned City, and Gregory Ain: Low-Cost Modern Housing and the Construction of a Social Landscape. He co-curated the exhibition “Clip/Stamp/Fold: The Radical Architecture of Little Magazines 196X–197X” and the 2011 Gwangju Design Biennial in South Korea. His interdisciplinary research has been published in many books and journals and his work exhibited at venues including the Venice Bieannle, A + D Museum, Documenta, MAK Center for Art and Architecture, Netherlands Architecture Institute, and Storefront for Art and Architecture.