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Pamphlets/Dissertations

Frederick James Gregg, ed. For and Against: Views on the International Exhibition Held in New York and Chicago New York: Association of American Painters and Sculptors, 1913.

Laurvik, J. Nilsen. Is it Art? Post Impressionism, Futurism, Cubism. New York: The International Press, 1913.

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Magazine and Journal Articles

—From 1913—

Aisen, Maurice. "The Latest Evolution in Art and Picabia." Spec. issue of Camera Work Apr.-July 1913: 14-21.

Bluemner, Oscar. "Audiator et Altera Pars: Some Plain Sense on the Modern Art Movement." Spec. issue of Camera Work Apr.-July 1913: 25-38.

Brinton, Christian. "Evolution not Revolution in Art." The International Studio Apr. 1913: 17-35.

Buffet, Gabriele. "Modern Art and the Public." Spec. issue of Camera Work Apr.-July 1913: 10-14.

Cox, Kenyon. "The Illusion of Progress." The Century Magazine Mar. 1913: 39-43.

- - - . "The 'Modern' Spirit in Art: Some Reflections Inspired by the Recent International Exhibition." Harper's Weekly 15 March 1913: 10.

The Dial June 1913.

Dodge, Mabel. "Speculations." Arts and Decoration Mar. 1913.

Fisher, William Murrell. "Sculpture at the Exhibition." Arts and Decoration Mar. 1913: 168-171.

Glackens, William J. "The American Section (The National Art): An Interview with the Chairman of the Domestic Committee, William J. Glackens." Arts and Decoration Mar. 1913: 159-164.

Gregg, Frederick James. "The Attitude of the Americans." Arts and Decoration Mar. 1913: 165-167.

- - - . "The Extremists: An Interview with Jo Davidson." Arts and Decoration Mar. 1913: 170-171, 180.

- - - . "Remarkable Art Show: The International Exhibition." Harpers Weekly 15 Feb. 1913: 13-15.

Hapgood, Hutchins. "Art and Unrest." New York Globe. Rpt. in Camera Work Mar. 1913: 43-44.

- - - . "A Paris Painter." New York Globe. Rpt. in Camera Work Mar. 1913: 49-51.

- - - . "The Picture Show." New York Globe. Rpt. in Camera Work Mar. 1913: 44-46.

Hartmann, Sadakichi. "The American Picture World, Its Shows and Shams." Forum July-Dec. 1910.

MacChesney, Clara T. "Famous French Artist, Whose Canvases Are One of the Features of the International Exhibition Here, Tells of His Theories and Work." New York Times Magazine 9 March 1913.

"Post-Impressionism Again." The Nation 29 March 1913.

Quinn, John. "Modern Art from a Layman's Point of View." Arts and Decoration. Mar. 1913: 155-158.

Roosevelt, Theodore. "A Layman's Point of View." The Outlook 29 Mar. 1913: 718-720.

- - - . "Across the Navajo Desert." The Outlook 11 Oct. 1913.

- - - . "The Hopi Snake Dance." The Outlook 18 Oct. 1913.

Street, Julian. "Why I Became a Cubist." Everybody's Magazine Mar. 1913: 814-825.

Swift, Samuel. "Art Photographs and Cubist Painting." New York Sun. Rpt. in Camera Work Mar. 1913: 46-47.

Tridon, Andre. "The Exhibition of the Independents." The New Review: 347.

Weichsel, John. "Cosmism or Amorphism." Camera Work Mar. 1913: 69-82.

- - - . "The Rampant Zeitgeist." Camera Work Oct. 1913: 20-26.

—Subsequent Articles—

Boswell, Peyton. Untitled. New York Herald. Rpt. in Camera Work Oct. 1916: 18.

Carey, Elizabeth. "Casual Impressions of Modernism." American Magazine of Art Aug. 1930: 425.

- - - . Untitled. New York Times. Rpt. in Camera Work Oct. 1916: 19.

Casteras, Susan P. "Abastenia St. Leger Eberle's White Slave." Women's Art Journal 7.1 (1986): 32-36.

Crowninshield, Frank. "The 1913 Armory Show." Vogue 15 Sept. 1940: 69-71; 114-116.

Curtis, Natalie. "Mr. Roosevelt and Indian Music." The Outlook 15 Mar. 1919.

- - - . "Theodore Roosevelt in Hopi-Land." The Outlook 17 Sept. 1919.

Defries, A. D. "Anne Goldthwaite as a Portrait Painter." International Studio July 1916: 3-8.

Duerden, Dennis. "The 'Discovery' of the African Mask." Research in African Literatures 31.4 (2000).

Graham, Julie. "American Women Artists' Groups: 1867-1930" Women's Art Journal 1.1 (1980): 7-11.

Hoeber, Arthur. Untitled. New York Globe. Rpt. in Camera Work Oct. 1916: 18-19.

Mancini, JoAnne. "'One Term is a Fatuous as Another:' Responses to the Armory Show Reconsidered." American Quarterly 51: 833-870.

Martinez, Andrew. "A Mixed Reception for Modernism: The 1913 Armory Show at the Art Institute of Chicago."Museum Studies 19: 30.

Myer, Agnes. Untitled. Camera Work Oct. 1916: 8-9. Nadelman, Cynthia. "Broken Promises: 'Primitivism' at MoMA." Art News vol. 84, no. 1 (1985): 90.

Naumann, Francis M. "A Lost American Futurist." Art in America. April 1994: 104.

Reisdorfer, Kathryn. "Arizona History through Art." American Art Review X88.2 (2000): 194-205.

Rhoades, Katharine. "There is Always a 'More'—a Greater Vision—a Greater Realization." Camera Work July 1914: 55-57.

Sandell, Renee. "Marie Laurencin: Cubist Muse or More?" Women's Art Journal 1.1 (1980): 23-27.

Sheon, Aaron. "1913: Forgotten Cubist Exhibitions in America." Arts Magazine Mar. 1983: 93-107.

Stevens, Frances Simpson. Untitled. Camera Work July 1914: 30.

Michael Zakian. "Agnes Pelton: Poet of Nature." American Art Review Aug. 1996: 138-143.

Newspapers

Archives of American Art. Records of Walt Kuhn, 1911-1914 (REELS D72-D73). Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution, 1962-1979.

The New York Times

Alexander, John. 19 September 1910: 4.

"Letter." 3 January 1911.

8 December 1912.

7 April 1912: V, 14.

"Next Month's Exhibition of the AAPS Especially Interesting as an Indication of National Progress in Creative Art." 5 January 1913.

"Modern Art: The International Exhibition." 16 February 1913.

Cox, Kenyon. "Cubists and Futurists are Making Insanity Pay." 16 March 1913: VI, 1

"Cubists of All Sorts." 16 March 1913.

"American Pictures at the International Exhibition Show Influence of Modern Foreign Schools." 2 March 1913: 15.

"Art Notes." 17 February 1913.

"History of Modern Art at the International Exhibition Illustrated by Paintings and Sculpture." 22 February 1913.

Cortissoz, Royal. 19 October 1913: V, 15.