Modern Art USA: Men, Rebellion, Conquest, 1900-1956

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Contents
1. THE WORLD STIRS IN ITS SLEEPpage3
2. HOME LIFE ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THE MOON9
3. PLOT IN AN ATTIC23
4. REBELLION IN AN ARMORY41
5. AFTERMATH57
6. INDEPENDENTS' DAY68
7. DADA AND DESPAIR85
8. MODERN ART'S FIRST MUSEUM103
9. ART IN A SKYSCRAPER114
10. THE ARTIST IS THE MAN NEXT DOOR131
11. PASSAGE TO PERMANENCE145
12. TERMITE, TIME CAPSULE, AND PEDESTAL162
13. ISMS AND WASMS185
14. NEIGHBORS203
15. GO WEST, YOUNG ART, GO WEST222
16. ARRIVING241
17. PRESENCES262
18. THE PRESENT282
INDEXfollows page295

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations viii
  • 1. the World Stirs in Its Sleep 3
  • 2. Home Life on the Other Side of the Moon 9
  • 3. Plot in an Attic 23
  • 4. Rebellion in an Amory 41
  • 5. Aftermath 57
  • 6. Independents' Day 68
  • 7. Dada and Despair 85
  • 8. Modern Art's First Museum 103
  • 9. Art in a Skyscraper 114
  • 10. the Artist is the Man Next Door 131
  • Ii. Passage to Permanence 145
  • 12. Termite, Time Capsule, and Pedestal 162
  • 13. Isms and Wasms 185
  • 15. Go West, Young Art, Go West 222
  • 16. Arriving 241
  • 17. Presences 262
  • 18. the Present 282
  • Index i
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