The Art of Found Objects: Interviews with Texas Artists

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SOURCES AND FURTHER READING

Sources and Further Reading

I have done my utmost to cite all materials consulted in researching and writing this book. Those sources overlap considerably with my recommendations for further reading. In fact, I recommend reading any source that will further the reader’s understanding of an artist or topic of interest. The great majority of books in this bibliography are in my personal collection. Most of the others I found in the collection of the McNay Art Museum Library in San Antonio, where I am Assistant Librarian. Many titles occur in both places. Print periodical articles I found largely in the McNay Library’s vertical files, and many are accessible online. Inclusion of a source in this bibliography has not been done with an eye to easy availability, although most books included here, especially in the second category, will be found in the major research libraries in Texas.

Sources and recommendations fall naturally under these headings: 1) Collage, Assemblage, and the Found Object; 2) Art in Texas; 3) Individual Artists; and 4) The Art of the Interview. The first category helps to position Texas artists working with found materials in a broader, at times international, context. The second category includes overviews, surveys, and multi-artist exhibition catalogues of Texas artists working in all visual arts media. The third category includes publications about many of the artists interviewed for this book, many artists both in and beyond Texas whom they have cited, and a smattering of important others. The fourth and final category includes books and articles that have helped shape my still-evolving sense of how to conduct and edit an effective interview.


Collage, Assemblage, and the Found Object

Ades, Dawn. Photomontage. Revised and enlarged ed. London: Thames and Hudson, 1986.

Barilleaux, René Paul, and Eleanor Heartney. New Image Sculpture. San Antonio: McNay Art Museum, 2011.

Beardsley, John. Gardens of Revelation: Environments by Visionary Artists. New York: Abbeville Press, 1995.

Brereton, Richard, with Caroline Roberts. Cut & Paste: 21st Century Collage. London: Laurence King Publishing, 2011.

Brilliant, Richard, and Dale Kinney, eds. Reuse Value: Spolia and Appropriation in Art and Architecture from Constantine to Sherrie Levine. Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2011.

Brommer, Gerald. Collage Techniques: A Guide for Artists and Illustrators. New York: Watson-Guptill, 1994.

Bunch, Craig. “The Passionate Adventure of the Real: Collage, Assemblage, and the Object in 20th Century Art: Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.” Exhibition review. Art Lies, no. 41 (Winter 2003), http://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth228006 /m1/91/.

Clothier, Peter, and Jim Edwards. The Poetic Object. San Antonio: San Antonio Museum of Art, 1988.

Cut Out for Collage. Barcelona: Index Book, 2014.

Cyr, Gabe. New Directions in Altered Books. New York: Lark Books, 2006.

de Menil, Dominique, and Jermayne MacAgy. Jermayne MacAgy: A Life Illustrated by an Exhibition. Houston: University of St. Thomas, 1968.

Digby, John, and Joan Digby. The Collage Handbook. London: Thames & Hudson, 1985.

Elderfield, John, ed. Essays on Assemblage. Studies in Modern Art 2. New York: Museum of Modern Art, 1992.

Elsner, John, and Roger Cardinal, eds. The Cultures of Collecting. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1994.

Flood, Richard, Frances Morris, Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev, Robert Lumley, Corrina Criticos, Karen Pinkus, Francesco Bonami,

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Introduction 1
  • Margaret Adie 9
  • Helen Altman 12
  • Celia Álvarez Muñoz 14
  • The Art Guys- Michael Galbreth 17
  • Jack Massing 19
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  • Karin Broker 25
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  • Sources and Further Reading 191
  • Index 199
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