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David Smith : collected writings, lectures, and interviews /

edited by Susan J. Cooke.

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Author: Smith, David
Other Names: Cooke, Susan J.,
Vernacular: Media : The materials of the artist, 1935 / by Max Doerner -- Current exhibitions : abstract painting in America, 1935 -- In America you feel, 1935-36 -- An expression of emotion that cannot be put into words, 1935-36 -- The concept is primary, 1938-39 -- The architect should be able to judge, 1939-40 -- Modern sculpture and society, 1939-40 -- Abstract art in America, 1940 -- Medals for dishonor, responses to questions from Elizabeth McCausland, 1940 -- Sculpture : art forms in architecture-new techniques affect both, 1940 -- Medals for dishonor, 1940 -- The recurrences of totemism, c. 1945 -- The visual arts, 1945 -- I have erected a solid, c. 1945 -- A river mts, c. 1945 -- The sculpture produces an environment, c. 1945 -- To keep from becoming enslaved, c. 1945 -- The technique, brushstrokes, chisel marks, c. 1946 -- Landscape fish clouds, 1946-47 -- The question-what is your hope, c. 1947 -- One of the early impressions, c. 1947 -- Lecture, Skidmore College, 1947 -- The landscape, spectres are, sculpture Is, 1947 -- Design for progress-cockfight, 1947 -- The sculptor's relationship to the museum, dealer, and public, 1947 -- The golden eagle-a recital; Robinhood's Barn, 1948 -- Foreword, Dorothy Dehner : drawings, paintings, 1948 -- Report for interim week, 1950 -- Statement, Herald Tribune Forum, 1950 -- Sculpture hopes to be, 1950 -- Notes on books, 1950 -- The question-what are your influences, 1950 -- Autobiographical notes, 1950 -- What I believe about the teaching of sculpture, 1950 -- The flight paths of birds moths insects, 1950-51 -- Notes-watch a torn sheet, c. 1951 -- What happens to barnyard grass, 1951 -- Foreword (apology of a juryman), 1951 -- Notes on seven sculptures, 1951 -- Progress report and application for renewal of Guggenheim Fellowship, 1951 -- And so this being the happiest-is disappointing, 1951 -- Notes for Elaine de Kooning, 1951 -- The joint is foul with smoke, 1951 -- Sketchbook notes : The red of rust; The metaphor of a symbol; The position for vision; Reading, 1951-52 -- Sketchbook notes : Music; The cloud; Space; And in the best of squares, 1951-52 -- Lecture, Williams College, 1951 -- Problems of the contemporary sculptor, 1952 -- The language is image, 1952 -- The new sculpture, 1952 -- Atmosphere of early '30s, 1952 -- A head is a drawing, c. 1952 -- The modern sculptor and his materials, 1952 -- I have seen some critics, 1952 -- Lecture, Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, 1952 -- Lecture, Fourth Annual Woodstock Art Conference, 1952 -- Relative to Tanktotem I (Pouring), 1952 -- How far away from imitation of reality, 1952 -- Statement, WNYC Radio, 1952 -- Who is the artist, 1952 -- Notes on details-technical, c. 1952-53 -- Do we dare to do bad works, 1952-53 -- Sometimes a drawing gets too complete, 1953 -- Lecture, Portland Art Museum, 1953 -- Books : African classics for the Modern, 1953 -- Sketchbook notes : From the textures; The part to the whole; There is something rather noble about junk, 1953 -- Notes while driving, 1953 -- The artist and Art in America, 1953 -- I sat by my window, 1953 -- Thoughts on sculpture, 1953 -- Art and religion, 1953 -- How little I know, 1953-54 -- The artist's image, 1954 -- Notes from a sketchbook titled "Nature," 1954 -- Second thoughts on sculpture, 1954 -- The artist, the critic, and the scholar, 1954 -- Tradition, 1954 -- Lecture, Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, 1954 -- Contribution by the aesthetician, 1954-55 -- Define technique, c. 1955 -- Editions, duplication, c. 1955 -- It has got to make big, 1955 -- Notes-improved upon, 1955 -- To make a mark, 1955 -- The artist in society, 1955 -- Drawing, 1955 -- And drawings before the etching or the print, 1955 -- Sketch-oil painting-the influence-the historian, c. 1956 -- Gonz´┐Żalez : first master of the torch, 1956 -- Lecture, Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, 1956 -- Sketchbook notes : He may be intuitive enough to make it; nothing put down with force and conviction is meaningless, 1957 -- Sculpture and architecture, 1957 -- Selden Rodman, conversation with David Smith, 1957 -- False statements, 1957 -- Contemporary sculpture and architecture, 1957 -- American art at the MET, 1958 -- Is today's artist with or against the past, 1958 -- Culture and the ideal of perfection, 1959 -- Lecture, Ohio State University, School of Fine Arts, 1959 -- Notes on my work, 1960 -- Interview by David Sylvester, 1960 -- Thoughts travel and come unexpectedly, 1960 -- Memories to myself, 1960 -- Protests against vandalism, 1960 -- What is the triumph, 1961 -- Letter to the Board of Trustees of the Carnegie Institute, 1961 -- Collective concept, 1961 -- Interview by Katharine Kuh, 1962 -- Sculpture today, 1962 -- Sketchbook notes : The great decision; To think-to dream; I do not care for the home environment, 1962 -- Sketchbook notes : The found object; Isn't it good, 1962 -- Letter to David Sylvester, on working at Voltri, 1962 -- Report on Voltri, 1962-63 -- A bin full of balls, c. 1963 -- Sketchbook notes : CUBE III; Drawings are a change; Once in a lifetime you meet an ironworks; You rule your own world, 1962-63 -- Jim and Minnie Ball, c. 1963 -- I like to eat, c. 1964 -- Interview by Thomas B. Hess, 1964 -- The subject is me, c. 1964 -- Interview by Marian Horosko, 1964 -- Interview by Frank O'Hara, 1964 -- Some late words from David Smith, 1964 -- Chronology.
Published: Oakland, California : University of California Press, [2018]
Series: Documents of 20th century art.
Topics: | Smith, David, 1906-1965 - Written works. | Smith, David, 1906-1965 - Interviews.
Genres: Interviews.
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