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DOCUMENTS OF THE 1913 ARMORY SHOW: THE ELECTRIFYING MOMENT OF MODERN ART'S AMERICAN DEBUT. Kenyon Cox et al. Hol Art Books, Tucson, 2009. 188 pp. 24 x 16 cm. LC 2009-935515 ISBN 9780982325704 In English.
The first section of this book, For and Against: Views on the Infamous 1913 Armory Show, was first published in 1913 by the Association of American Painters and Sculptors and was sold at the Armory Show; however, the section includes Theodore Roosevelt's essay titled "A Layman's Views of an Art Exhibition," which was not part of the original publication. The second section, The New Spirit: Pamphlets from the Infamous 1913 Armory Show, consists of four parts ("Noa-Noa," "Odilon Redon," "Cezanne" and "A Sculptor's Architecture") that were originally published in 1913 and sold at the Armory Show as individual pamphlets, and a fifth part, "Letters of a Post-Impressionist," which was translated at the time of the show but was not published with the other pamphlets. The two sections of this book are also available individually (see Worldwide 138430 and 138431, respectively).
Indexing: Western, Europe — 1900-1945 — Painting, Criticism/Theory
Plans: 73
Worldwide Number: 138429
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