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Thu Oct 16 18:00:13 2014 UTClccn-n800051550.00Calvin Tomkins papers,0.330.79Constitutional home rule59147286Calvin_Tomkinsn 80005155387787トムキンズ, カルヴィンlccn-n80057220Duchamp, Marcel1887-1968ivelccn-n79099066Rauschenberg, Robert1925-2008illlccn-n78095365Time-Life Booksctblccn-n50032828Cage, Johnlccn-n50011850Tinguely, Jean1925-1991lccn-n79129629Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)edtlccn-n82094464Murphy, Saralccn-n82094466Murphy, Gerald1888-1964lccn-n90680030Mekas, Jonas1922-ctblccn-n83047112Cunningham, MerceTomkins, Calvin1925-BiographyExhibition catalogsCriticism, interpretation, etcInterviewsHistoryDuchamp, Marcel,United StatesRauschenberg, Robert,SurrealismArtistsFranceArt, AmericanMetropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)Tinguely, Jean,Cage, JohnMurphy, Gerald,Murphy, SaraPaintersPainters' spousesExpatriate paintersHoffer, EricAphorisms and apothegmsArt, ModernNew York (State)--New YorkWarhol, Andy,Avant-garde (Aesthetics)Cunningham, MerceBride stripped bare by her bachelors, even (Duchamp, Marcel)Bartlett, Jennifer,Manners and customsArt and societyRecreation areasUnited States, WestLewis and Clark ExpeditionArtists--BiographyEquitable Life Assurance Society of the United StatesMural painting and decorationMural with blue brushstroke (Lichtenstein, Roy)Arts, AmericanArtGeldzahler, HenryNineteen sixtiesArts--Experimental methodsFriendshipLiberman, Alexander,Publishers and publishingJohns, Jasper,Art museum curatorsArt--Social aspectsMunicipal governmentMunicipal franchisesNew York (State)Painting, FrenchPainting, ModernArts, Modern19251951195319611962196319641965196619681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620082009201020122013201420669177558709.2N6512ocn489893707ocn312546552ocn455909998ocn369144248ocn468382077ocn799940543ocn053968620ocn053968619ocn464137164ocn691528378329936ocn000305202book19610.23Tomkins, CalvinThe world of Marcel Duchamp, 1887-1968Criticism, interpretation, etcBiographySurveys the life, work and times of Marcel Duchamp, one of the most influential of the 20th century artists163326ocn000064006book19700.31Tomkins, CalvinMerchants and masterpieces: the story of the Metropolitan Museum of Art144328ocn034704870book19960.28Tomkins, CalvinDuchamp : a biographyBiographyOne of the giants of the twentieth century, Marcel Duchamp changed the course of modern art. Visual arts, music, dance, performance--nothing was ever the same again because he had shifted art's focus from the retinal to the mental. Duchamp sidestepped the banal and sentimental to find the relationship between symbol and object and to unearth the concepts underlying art itself+-+8873550535132422ocn000153103book19620.28Tomkins, CalvinLiving well is the best revengeBiographyRecreates the privileged world of Gerald and Sara Murphy, who American originals who found themselves at the center of a charmed circle of artists and expatriate writers in France in the 1920s+-+0358514215117217ocn000449127book19680.26Tomkins, CalvinEric Hoffer; an American odysseyEnlarged from a New Yorker article to include photographs and some of Hoffer's philosophical aphorisms109519ocn005941038book19800.33Tomkins, CalvinOff the wall : Robert Rauschenberg and the art world of our timeBiography+-+10307976859709ocn000092747book19700.37Coplans, JohnAndy WarholCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography91914ocn000517779book19650.37Tomkins, CalvinThe bride & the bachelors; the heretical courtship in modern art+-+18689559653247885ocn011443796book19850.39Goldwater, MargeJennifer Bartlett7728ocn017549253book19880.33Tomkins, CalvinPost- to neo- : the art world of the 1980's71334ocn003172639book19680.56Tomkins, CalvinThe bride and the bachelors : five masters of the avant gardeHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcAn explanation of the avant garde via 5 great artists+-+18689559653246887ocn001338428book19650.20Tomkins, CalvinThe Lewis and Clark TrailA re-creation of the expedition and a present day field guide to the trail65510ocn016646690book19870.33Tomkins, CalvinRoy Lichtenstein : mural with blue brushstroke6388ocn214934890book20080.23Tomkins, CalvinLives of the artistsCriticism, interpretation, etcIn Lives of the Artists ten major artists are captured in Tomkins's cool and ironic style to record the new directions art is taking during these days of limitless freedom. As formal technique and rigorous training continue to fall away, art has become an approach to living. As the author says, "the lives of contemporary artists are today so integral to what they make that the two cannot be considered in isolation." Among the artists profiled are Jeff Koons and Damien Hirst, the reigning heirs of deliberately outrageous art that feeds off the allegedly corrupting influences of capitalist glut and entertainment; Matthew Barney of the pregenital obsessions; Cindy Sherman, who manages multiple transformations as she disappears into her own work; and Julian Schnabel, who has forged a second career as award-winning film director. Tomkins shows that the making of art remains among the most demanding jobs on earth.--From publisher description+-+07233505356174ocn002006004book19760.50Tomkins, CalvinThe scene : reports on post-modern art4876ocn022209918book19900.53Feinstein, RoniRobert Rauschenberg : the silkscreen paintings, 1962-64Exhibition catalogs39710ocn830201856book20120.56Tomkins, CalvinDancing around the Bride : Cage, Cunningham, Johns, Rauschenberg, and DuchampExhibition catalogsThis book explores the interwoven lives, radical art, and shared experimental spirit of Marcel Duchamp and four of America's most important postwar artists: composer John Cage, choreographer Merce Cunningham, and visual artists Jasper Johns and Robert Rauschenberg. The publication traces the relationships among all five of these artists by mapping their intersections and examining the depth of their artistic exchanges. At the heart of the publication is an anthology of key texts from selected interviews, magazine articles, and book excerpts, by scholars, critics, and the artists themselves, that together narrate the younger generation's first connections to Duchamp and his work, which would profoundly redefine his legacy as well as the entire field of contemporary art. A new text by Calcin Tomkins provides an insightful first-person account of his encounters with these artists at a key moment int he 1960s. The book also includes the first extensive chronology that recounts the lives, art, and common projects of this influential group of artists3763ocn027641172book19930.33Kazanjian, DodieAlex : the life of Alexander LibermanBiography3542ocn070181202visu20050.26Who gets to call it art? the legend of Henry Geldzahler, 1935-1994BiographyInterviewsHenry Geldzahler (1935-94), star curator and cultural impresario, lived a life worth examining. The first curator of the Department of 20th-Century Art at the Metropolitan Museum, first director of visual arts for the National Endowment of the Arts, and the first full-time commissioner of cultural affairs for New York City, his landmark 1969 show at the Metropolitan is still remembered with awe. "New York Painting and Sculpture: 1940-1970" filled 35 galleries with more than 400 groundbreaking works of contemporary art. This film is not a full biographical examination of this singular figure's life, but rather a portrait in profile, as many of 'his' artists talk about Geldzahler and what his friendship meant to them2204ocn060737520file19040.79Citizens Union (New York, N.Y.)Constitutional home rule11ocn758665517mixTomkins, CalvinCalvin Tomkins papersHistoryArchivesSourcesBeginning in 1969 the files contain an increasing amount of personal correspondence. Tomkins received letters from his children and his ex-spouses as well as an extended network of aunts and uncles and other family members. The series contains large quantities of correspondence from friends and acquaintances. Numerous friends seemed to have carried on decades-long epistolary relationships with Tomkins. Many of these were people he first met through his writing and work11ocn719366284art19080.10Cornell UniversityTomkins, Calvin: 75-79Registers+-+8873550535+-+8873550535Thu Oct 16 15:42:38 EDT 2014batch23818