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Caws, Mary Ann. Robert Motherwell : What Art Holds. New York, NY: Columbia University Press, 1996.
Stiles, Kristine and Selz, Peter and Newman, Barnett and Rothko, Mark and Motherwell, Robert and Bastian, Heiner and Smith, David and Barr, Alfred H. and Tapié, Michel and Michaux, Henri and Fontana, Lucio and Vedova, Emilio and Burri, Alberto and Baumeister, Willi and Tàpies, Antoni and Kantor, Tadeusz and Kirkeby, Per and Kiefer, Anselm and Bill, Max and Lohse, Richard Paul and Manzoni, Piero and Klein, Yves and Biederman, Charles and Dekkers, Ad and Reinhardt, Ad and Kelly, Ellsworth and Truitt, Anne and Albers, Josef and Vasarely, Victor and Riley, Bridget and Stella, Frank and Judd, Donald and Andre, Carl and Flavin, Dan and Martin, Agnes and Marden, Brice and Buren, Daniel and Jensen, Alfred and Schapiro, Miriam and Meyer, Melissa and Jaudon, Valerie and Kozloff, Joyce and Halley, Peter and Léger, Fernand and Guttuso, Renato and Beckmann, Max and Tillich, Paul and Sartre, Jean-Paul and Malraux, André and Dubuffet, Jean and Niewenhuys, Constant and Appel, Karel and Sandberg, Willem and Freud, Lucian and Kitaj, R.b. and Hockney, David and Rivers, Larry and Pisteletto, Michelangelo and Pearlstein, Philip and Rainer, Arnulf and Guston, Philip and Baselitz, Georg and Abakanowicz, Magdalena and Rothenberg, Susan and Fischl, Eric and Schnabel, Julian and Weber, John Pitnam and Helms, Jesse and Serrano, Andres and Hamilton, Richard and Roth, Dieter and Fahlström, Öyvind and Restany, Pierre and Spoerri, Daniel and de Saint-Phalle, Niki and Pascali, Pino and Grigorescu, Ion and Cragg, Tony and Rauschenberg, Robert and Johns, Jasper and Brecht, George and Oldenburg, Claes and Warhol, Andy and Samaras, Lucas and Johnson, Ray and Ruscha, Edward and Chicago, Judy and Donaldson, Jeff and Haring, Keith and Scharf, Kenny and Wojnarowicz, David and Levine, Sherrie and Koons, Jeff and Schöffer, Nicolas and Metzger, Gustav and Tinguely, Jean and Piene, Otto and Mack, Heinz and Klüver, Billy and Pauline, Mark and Wodiczko, Krysztof and Paik, Nam June and Davis, Douglas and Schum, Gerry and Gillette, Frank and Kubota, Shigeko and Viola, Bill and d'Agostino, Peter and Hershman, Lynn and Rosler, Martha and Krueger, Myron W. and Weibel, Peter and Shaw, Jeffrey and Ascott, Roy and Paz, Octavio and Kiesler, Frederick and Nevelson, Louise and Kienholz, Edward and Noguchi, Isamu and Lin, Maya and De Maria, Walter and Smithson, Robert and Heizer, Michael and Oppenheim, Dennis and Holt, Nancy and Denes, Agnes and Sonfist, Alan and Rothenberg, Susan and Aycock, Alice and Long, Richard and Harrison, Helen Meyer and Harrison, Newton and Irwin, Robert and Turrell, James and Morris, Robert and Hesse, Eva and Serra, Richard and Nauman, Bruce and Ryman, Robert and Tuttle, Richard and Gilliam, Sam Jr. and Ukeles, Mierle Laderman and Hamilton, Ann and Clark, Kathryn and Thompson, Mark and Beuys, Joseph and Walther, Franz Erhard and Horn, Rebecca and Flanagan, Barry and Dibbets, Jan and Celant, Germano and Merz, Mario and Penone, Giuseppe and Gan, Pinchas Cohen and Yoshihara, Jiro and Mathieu, Georges and Debord, Guy and Cage, John and Kaprow, Allan and Schneemann, Carolee and Lebel, Jean-Jacques and Ortiz, Raphael Montañez and Vostell, Wolf and Maciunas, George and Higgins, Dick and Filliou, Robert and Ono, Yoko and Knízák, Milan and Berés, Jerzy and Nitsch, Hermann and Mühl, Otto and Brus, Günter and Export, Valie and Rosenbach, Ulricke and Acconci, Vito and Burden, Chris and Antin, Eleanor and Marioni, Tom and Lacy, Suzanne and Piper, Adrian and Sherman, Cindy and Finley, Karen and Duchamp, Marcel and Flynt, Henry and Lewitt, Sol and Bochner, Mel and Graham, Dan and Siegelaub, Seth and Barry, Robert and Weiner, Lawrence and Huebler, Douglas and Kosuth, Joseph and Popovic, Zoran and Burgin, Victor and Kelly, Mary and Brouwn, Stanley and Agnetti, Vincenzo and Latham, John and Broodthaers, Marcel and Haacke, Hans and Fischer, Hervé and Baldessari, John and Wols and Takis and Groupe de Recherche d'Art Visuel and Stelarc and Christo and Situationist International and AA Commune and Art and Language and Group Material and Ben (Ben Vautier). Theories and Documents of Contemporary Art : A Sourcebook of Artists' Writings. London, England: University of California Press, 1996.
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Jr. and Barr, Alfred H. 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Art in Theory 1900-1990 : An Anthology of Changing Ideas. Cambridge, MA: Blackwell Publishers, 1992.
Johns, Jasper and Karpel, Bernard. Dialogues with Marcel Duchamp. 2nd. New York, NY: Da Capo Press, 1987.
Motherwell, Robert and Carmean, E.A.Jr and Bigelow, Robert and Scofield, John. Robert Motherwell : Reconciliation Elegy. Geneva, Switzerland: Éditions d'art Albert Skira; New York, NY: s.n., 1980.
Selz, Peter and Taylor, Joshua C. and Cézanne, Paul and Van Gogh, Vincent and Gauguin, Paul and Aurier, G.-Albert and Denis, Maurice and Hodler, Ferdinand and Ensor, James and Munch, Edvard and Redon, Odilon and Van de Velde, Henry and Rousseau, Henri and Matisse, Henri and Vlaminck, Maurice and Nolde, Emil and Kandinsky, Wassily and Kokoschka, Oskar and Kirchner, Ernst Ludwig and Marc, Franz and Klee, Paul and Beckmann, Max and Salmon, André and Gleizes, Albert and Metzinger, Jean and Apollinaire, Guillaume and Kahnweiler, Daniel-Henry and Braque, Georges and Gris, Juan and Léger, Fernand and Marinetti, F.t. and Boccioni, Umberto and Carra, Carlo and Delaunay, Robert and Wright, Stanton MacDonald and Mondrian, Piet and Van Doesburg, Theo and Gabo, Naum and Malevich, Kasimir and Brancusi, Constantin and Huelsenbeck, Richard and Schwitters, Kurt and Tzara, Tristan and Arp, Jean and Duchamp, Marcel and Hoch, Hannah and De Chirico, Giorgio and Breton, André and Dali, Salvador and Masson, André and Trotsky, Leon and Davis, Stuart and Cahill, Holger and Hitler, Adolf and Ernst, Max and Miro, Joan and Chagall, Marc and Picasso, Pablo and Motherwell, Robert and Rosenberg, Harold and Kemenov, Vladimir and Dondero, George A. and Argan, Guilio Carol and Henri, Robert and Hartley, Marsden and Marin, John and Gorky, Arshile and Hofmann, Hans and Gottlieb, Adolph and Rothko, Mark and Pollock, Jackson and Newman, Barnett and Ferber, Herbert and De Kooning, Willem and Baizerman, Saul and Roszak, Theodore and Rosenberg, Harold and De Kooning, Elaine and Finkelstein, Louis and Ferren, John and Still, Clyfford and Stankiewicz, Richard and Smith, David and Greenberg, Clement and Geist, Sidney and Kramer, Hilton and Oldenburg, Claes and Rickey, George and Moore, Henry and Giacometti, Alberto and Tapié, Michel and Hajdu, Etienne and Uhlmann, Hans and Dubuffet, Jean and Paolozzi, Eduardo and Bacon, Francis and Boriani, Davide and King, Phillip and Matta and Constant. Theories of Modern Art : A Source Book by Artists and Critics. Los Angeles, CA: University of California Press, 1968.