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Viva Art !

Collection by Glenn Woerner

Glenn Woerner
View Josef Beuys, Parteitag der Grünen, Karlsruhe Joseph Beuys, First Party Conference of the Green Party, Karlsruhe by Barbara Klemm on artnet. Browse upcoming and past auction lots by Barbara Klemm. Barbara Klemm, Activist Art, Reportage Photography, Fluxus, Artistic Installation, Political Art, Green Party, Man Images, Above And Beyond

Joseph Beuys, Gründungsparteitag der Grünen, Karlsruhe, 1980, s/w-Foto, © Barbara Klemm, Frankfurt/Main

The Armory Art Show of A groundbreaking art show that introduced many Americans to modern art. The display included both European and American artists and completely changed the direction of art in the U. Henri Matisse, Marcel Duchamp, List Of Artists, New York Art, Exhibition Poster, Renoir, Historical Society, Portrait Art, Portraits

1913 Armory Show

1913 Armory Show: First International Exhibition of Modern Art in America (New York, 1913)

Armory Show floor plan, 1912 Oct Wallace Stevens, Historical Pictures, Art Techniques, Vintage Travel, American Art, Ephemera, Art History, 2d, Modern Art

Armory Show floor plan, 1912 Oct, from the Walt Kuhn Family papers and Armory Show records, 1859-1984, bulk 1900-1949

The title of the exhibition was the International Exhibition of Modern Art which opened in the 69th Regiment Armory, New York, N.Y. on February 17, and ran

Armory Show Headline of the Day: from the Denver Republican, Mar. World Puzzle, New York Art, American Art, Denver, Scrapbook, History, Documentary, Wwii, Artists

Last Christmas

Your Armory Show Headline of the Day: from the Denver Republican, Mar. 24, 1913.

Your Daily Art: The Armory Show - Then and Now Kandinsky, Matisse, Picasso, Fauvism, Art Moderne, Art Institute Of Chicago, Expo, In Boston, American Art

Newfields: A Place for Nature & the Arts

Poster advertising the “International Exhibition of Modern Art.” Last month marked the 100th anniversary of the International Exhibition of Modern Art,