Artists Against War And Fascism: Papers of the First American Artists Congress

Matthew Baigell, Julia Williams

Fifty years ago a group of artists, brought together by Stuart Davis as head of the newly formed American Artrists’ Congress, gathered at New York City’s Town Hall to listen to speeches and to decide how they, as artists, could face the two major crises of the 1930s- the Great Depression and the spread of fascism.

status Copy #1 (23218): in
genre Art » Art History
publisher Rutgers, The State University
publish date 1986
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