CATALOGUE OF THE EXHIBITION

LENDERS
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Albert, Pacific Palisades, California; Mr. and Mrs. James W. Alsdorf, Winnetka, Illinois; Mr. and Mrs. James M. Alter, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Bergman, Chicago; Victor Brauner, Paris; George Brecht, Metuchen, New Jersey; Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Brown, Springfield, Massachusetts; Camille Bryen, Paris; Mrs. Edith Schloss Burckhardt, New York; Alberto Burri, Rome; Mrs. Gilbert W. Chapman, New York; Ivan Chermayeff, New York; Ettore Colla, Rome; Carlo Corsi, Bologna; Mme Crotti-Duchamp, Neuilly-sur-Seine; Robyn Denny, London; Miss Sari Dienes, New York; Samuel Dubiner, Tel Aviv; Miss Marisol Escobar, New York; Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Ethe, New York; Whitney Halstead, Chicago; Heinz E. Hirscher, Stuttgart; Frau Hannah Höch, Berlin; Marcel Jean, Paris; Philip C. Johnson, New Canaan, Connecticut; Dr. and Mrs. Hans J. Kleinschmidt, New York; Mr. and Mrs. Samuel M. Kootz, New York; Mrs. Katharine Kuh, New York; John Latham, London; Miss Elizabeth McFadden, New York; Mr. and Mrs. Arnold H. Maremont, Chicago; Mrs. Pierre Matisse, New York; Mr. and Mrs. Jean de Menil, Houston; N. Richard Miller, New York; Robert Motherwell, New York; H. Marc Moyens, Alexandria, Virginia; Rolf Nesch, Aal, Norway; Dr. Arthur J. Neumann, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. Morton G. Neumann, Chicago; Robert Nickle, Chicago; Eduardo Paolozzi, London; Roland Penrose, London; Marvin Preston, West Ferndale, Michigan; Robert Rauschenberg, New York; Man Ray, Paris; Mr. and Mrs. Bernard J. Reis, New York; Mr. and Mrs. John Rewald, New York; Ceri Richards, London; Mrs. John D. Rockefeller, 3rd, New York; Nelson A. Rockefeller, New York; Mimmo Rotella, Rome; Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Scull, Great Neck, New York; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Shapiro, Oak Park, Illinois; Mme Y. Silvers, Paris; Sidney Simon, New City, New York; Mr. and Mrs. Michael Sonnabend, New York; Miss Laura Lee Stearns, Los Angeles; Shinkichi Tajiri, Amsterdam; Mrs. Yves Tanguy, Woodbury, Connecticut; Mr. and Mrs. G. David Thompson, Pittsburgh; Mr. and Mrs. Burton G. Tremaine, The Miller Company, Meridan, Connecticut; Tristan Tzara, Paris; Willy Verkauf, Vienna; Mrs. Eleanor Ward, New York; Jaap Wagemaker, Amsterdam; Mr. and Mrs. William H. Weintraub, New York; Miss Charmion von Wiegand, New York; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lewis Winston, Birmingham, Michigan; Mr. and Mrs. George Wittenborn, Scarsdale, New York; Richard S. Zeisler, New York. Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam; Buffalo Museum of Science, Buffalo, New York; Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut; The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; The Museum of Modern Art, New York; Musée de l'Homme, Paris; Philadelphia Museum of Art; Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri; Schenectady Museum Association, Schenectady, New York. The Alan Gallery, New York; David Anderson Gallery, New York; Barone Gallery, New York; Brook Street Gallery, London; Carstairs Gallery, New York; Leo Castelli, New York; Galerie Iris Clert, Paris; David Cole Gallery, Sausalito, California; Galerie Daniel Cordier, Paris; Ditexi Gallery, San Francisco; The Downtown Gallery, New York; Charles Egan Gallery, New York; Robert Elkon Gallery, New York; Everett Ellin Gallery, Los Angeles; André Emmerich Gallery, New York; Richard Feigen Gallery, Chicago; Ferus Gallery, Los Angeles; Rose Fried Gallery, New York; Allan Frumkin Gallery, New York; Gimpel Fils, London; Graham Gallery, New York; Grand Central Moderns, New York; Green Gallery, New York; Grosvenor Gallery, London; Stephen Hahn Gallery, New York; Galerie J, Paris; Martha Jackson Gallery, New York; Sidney Janis Gallery, New York; Felix Landau Gallery, Los Angeles; Galerie Louise Leiris, Paris; Royal S. Marks, New York; Pierre Matisse Gallery, New York; Tibor de Nagy Gallery, New York; The New Gallery, New York; Betty Parsons Gallery, New York; Galerie Rive Droite, Paris; Saidenberg Gallery, New York; Galleria Schwarz, Milan; Stable Gallery, New York; Galerie Stadler; Paris; Staempfli Gallery, New York; The Allan Stone Gallery, New York, Catharine Viviano Gallery, New York; Zabriskie Gallery, New York.
CATALOGUE
As a record of the types of materials and objects used in assembled art, this catalogue lists them in some detail. Dimensions are in inches, height preceding width. Dates enclosed in parentheses do not appear on the works of art. Information which differs from illustration captions is based on subsequent examination of actual works. Works to be shown at only one or two museums are marked by ( NY), ( D) or ( SF) to indicate New York, Dallas, or San Francisco. Illustrated works are marked with an asterisk.
ANONYMOUS
1 Gargoyle. French, 15th or 16th century. Lead water pipe in the form of an animal, 11¾ high. Collection Mr. and Mrs. John Rewald, New York.
ANONYMOUS
2 Valentine's card. British, 19th century. Embossed cut "lace" paper, embossed paper figures, lead paper, marbleized paper, ink, cloth flowers, feathers, 9¾8″. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Gift of Mrs. Bella C. Landauer.
ANONYMOUS
*3 Two-Headed Dog. Mouth of the Chiloongo River, Cambinda, Africa, 19th century. Carved wood, nails, animal teeth, 11″ high x 22¾ long. Musée de l'Homme, Paris. Ill. p. 83.

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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
  • Attitudes and Issues 87
  • Notes 150
  • Photograph Credits 152
  • Catalogue of the Exhibition 153
  • Assemblange: A Working Bibliography 166
  • Index 174
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