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The Intrasubjectives
1949 Kootz Gallery Exhibition Catalogue

2009 e-Edition & related LINKS


Description from complete BISON Entry:

The Intrasubjectives:
opening Wednesday, September 14, thru October 3, 1949
[text by] Harold Rosenberg & Samuel M. Kootz.

New York : Samuel M. Kootz Gallery, [1949].
1 folded sheet ([4] p.) : col. ill. ; 38x28 cm. (folded, opens to 38x56 cm).

Cover Title

Centre I:
with Text by Harold Rosenberg*

Centre II:
with Text by Samuel Kootz

Back Cover
with List of Artists

Related LINKS

Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution:
AAA Kootz Collection:
1949 Exhibition (Description, Images, Artists Bios, etc.)

AAA Kootz Gallery Collection, 1945-1966: Files from 1931

"The colored sketches for this catalogue are by
Baziotes, Gottlieb and [Hans] Hofmann."

Works by:
William Baziotes,
Willem de Kooning,
Arshile Gorky,
Adolph Gottlieb,
Morris Graves,
Hans Hofmann,
Robert Burns Motherwell,
Jackson Pollock,
Ad Reinhardt,
Mark Rothko,
Mark Tobey,
B. W. Tomlin.

"Grateful acknowledgement is made to the following for loans
to this exhibit:

Egan Gallery (wiki),
Julien Levy Gallery,
Betty Parsons Gallery, (wiki)
Willard Gallery."

A Biographical Dictionary of Historic Scholars, Museum Professionals & Academic Historians of Art
including a
Bibliography by/about Sam Kootz:
Modern American Painters
. New York: Brewer & Warren, 1930.
New Frontiers in American Painting. New York: Hastings House, 1943.
"Peinture moderne et expression sociale." in,
Gagnon, Maurice, ed. Fernand Leger. La forme humaine dans l'espace. Montreal: Les Editions de l'Arbre, 1945.
Ashton, Dore. The New York School. New York: Penguin, 1979, 35, 145.
Glueck, Grace. "Samuel M. Kootz, Dead at 83, An Activist for American Art." New York Times, August 9, 1982, p. D8.
Art in America 71 (August 1983): 27

Harold Rosenberg
[Wikipedia Entry]

Source: George Swinton Collection, UMA Rare Books

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