72. Shattuck, op. cit., p. 228.
73. Reyner Banham, in Arts, vol. 35, no. 3, Dec. 1960, p. 35.
74. Foreword for the catalogue of a Marin exhibition at Stieglitz' "291" Gallery, New York 1912. See Mackinley Helm, John Marin, Boston, Pellegrini & Cudahy, [ 1948], p. 28.
75. Thomas B. Hess, "De Kooning Paints a Picture," Art News, vol. 52, no. 1, March 1953, p. 31.
76. By Friedrich (Fritz) Hundertwasser. See Arts, vol. 33, no. 5, Feb. 1959, p. 36.
77. From "Rhapsody on a Windy Night," 1917, in Collected Poems 1909- 1935, New York, Harcourt, Brace & World, 1936.
78. Jean, op. cit., p. 66.
79. Barr, Picasso, p. 270.
80. Kahnweiler, Juan Gris, p. 138.
81. From a catalogue of a Spoerri exhibition, Milan, Galleria Schwarz, 1961. See also p. 132.
82. Loc. cit.
83. In an unpublished ms., Paris, 1961.
84. Quoted by Shattuck, op. cit., p. 264.
85. Apollinaire, op. cit., p. 21.
86. Marcel Duchamp, "The Creative Act," in Lebel, op. cit., pp. 77-78.
87. Banham, op. cit., p. 37.
88. André Gide, op. cit., p. 396.
89. Allen Kaprow, Paintings, Environments, and Happenings, (ms. scheduled for publication in the near future), Old Bridge, N. J., 1960.
90. Quoted by Basil Taylor, "Art -- Anti-Art," The Listener, ( London), Nov. 12, 1959, p. 281.
91. See Jasia Reichhardt, "Expendable Art," Architectural Design ( London), vol. 30, no. 10, Oct. 1960, p. 421. Jean Tinguely Homage to New York also discussed.
92. Loc. cit.
93. Basil Taylor, op. cit., p. 819.
94. Kaprow, op. cit., p. 12a.
95. Ibid., p. 12.
96. Jill Johnson, in Art News, vol. 60, no. 2, April 1961, p. 57.
97. Gide, op. cit., p. 415.
98. Robert Motherwell, from "Beyond the Aesthetic," Design, vol. 47, no. 8, April 1946, pp. 14-15.
99. Apollinaire, op. cit., p. 21.

PHOTOGRAPH CREDITS

Municipal Museums, Amsterdam, p. 31; Helmut Baar, Vienna, p. 110; Bacci, Milan, pp. 32 right, 60 bottom left, 104, 113; Oliver Baker, New York, pp. 42, 99, 105; John Baxter, San Francisco, p. 141 right; Bellon, Paris, p. 58 right; Belser Verlag, Stuttgart, p. 115; Boccardi, Rome, p. 148; Rudolph Burckhardt, pp. 33 right, 60 top left, 69, 94 right, 98 bottom, 119, 125 right, 135, 139; Maurice Michel Chapiron, Nice, p. 163; Colten Photos, New York, p. 20; Frank J. Darmstaedter, New York, p. 124; Alex Darrow, Woodbury, Connecticut, p. 67; Robert David , Paris, p. 126; Delagénière, Paris, p. 93; S. G. Erlich, San Francisco, p. 128; Facchetti, Paris, p. 57 bottom; Giacomelli, Venice, p. 54; Lew Gilcrest Studios, Birmingham, Michigan, p. 29; Raysse Gilles, p. 84; Landesgalerie, Hannover, p. 51; Wallace Heaton, London, p. 88; Yves Hervochon, Paris, pp. 64 bottom, 82; Gerald Howson, London, p. 123; Donald Jones, San Francisco, p. 111; Peter A. Juley, New York, p. 97; Alicia Legg, New York, p. 90 bottom; Herbert Loebel, New York, p. 72; Chris Luce, Birmingham, Michigan, p. 94 left; Dora Maar, Paris, p. 64 top; Heinz Maho, Stuttgart, p. 125 left; Tosh Matsumoto, New York, p. 157; Maywald, Paris, p. 59; Ernest Mogor, North Brunswick, New Jersey, p. 155; Lee Morgan, San Francisco, p. 133; Otto Nelson, New York, p. 165; The New York Times, p. 90 top; Galleria Odyssia, Rome, p. 149; Cl. José Oster, Paris, p. 83; Paris Match, p. 144; Philadelphia Museum of Art, pp. 47 top, 47 center top, 47 center bottom, 47 center right, 65 top; Eric Pollitzer, New York, pp. 62 left, 101, 127; Nathan Rabin, New York, p. 146 bottom; Percy Rainford, New York, pp. 52 right, 160; Man Ray, Paris, pp. 47 bottom left, 49 left; Seymour Rosen , Los Angeles, pp. 68, 70 right, 134; John Ross, New York, p. 91; John D. Schiff, New York, pp. 32 left, 57 top, 70 left, 85, 143; F. Wilbur Seiders , p. 71 right; Buckley Semley, p. 141 left; Shunk-Kender, Paris, p. 132; Sidney Simon, New City, New York, p. 120; Rose Slivka, Craft Horizons, p. 79 right; Vera Spoerri, Paris, p. 9; Standard Studios, Chicago, p. 98 top; Kate Steinitz, Los Angeles, p. 50; Alfred Stieglitz, p. 47 bottom right; Adolph Studly, New York, pp. 75, 161; Soichi Sunami , New York, pp. 8, 12, 18 top, 21, 24, 33 left, 34, 35, 38 left, 38 right, 40, 43, 44, 52 left, 53, 60 bottom right, 63, 66, 102 bottom, 107, 108, 136, 140; Charles Swedlund, Chicago, pp. 71 left, 103, 116, 146 top left; Eileen Tweedy, London, p. 145; Ubac, Paris, p. 58 left; Charles Uht, New York, p. 147; Jaap Wagemaker, Amsterdam, p. 122 left; Nowell Ward, Glencoe, Illinois, p. 100; Etienne B. Weill, Paris, p. 37; Wildenstein and Co., New York, p. 11; Bob Willoughby, Los Angeles, pp. 79 left, 80; Erni Burden, San Francisco, p. 89.

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  • Title Page 3
  • Contents 5
  • Foreword and Acknowledgments 6
  • Introduction 9
  • The Liberation of Words 13
  • The Liberation of Objects 21
  • The Collage Environment 72
  • The Realism and Poetry of Assemblage 81
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  • Assemblange: A Working Bibliography 166
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