Bibliographie

ART ET CULTURE

  • Histoire de l’art, histoire des expositions

_ Alfred H. Barr, Defining Modern Art : selected writings of Alfred H. Barr, Jr, Irving Sandler and Amy Newman ed., New York, 1986
_ Luis Camnitzer, Didactica de la Liberacion, Arte Conceptualista Latinoamericano, collection Ad Hoc, CENDEAC, 2009
_ Clement Greenberg, The collected essays and criticism, volume 2, Arrogant Purpose : 1945-1949. Edité par John O’Brian, University Chicago Press, Chicago, 1995
_ Serge Guilbaut, Comment New York vola l’idée d’art moderne, Éditions Jacqueline Chambon, Nîmes, 1996
_ Christopher Lasch, The Agony of the american left, Alfred A. Knopf, New York, 1969
_ Russell Lynes, Good Old Modern, an intimate portrait of the MOMA, Atheneum, New York, 1973
_ Mary Anne Staniszewski, the Power of Display, A history of Exhibition Installations at the Museum of Modern Art, The Mit Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, London, 1998
_ Frances Stonor Saunders, Who paid the piper ? The CIA and the cultural cold war, Granta Books, Londres, 1999
_ George Stocking, Objects and Others : Essays on Museums and Material Culture, G. Stocking Jr. ed, history and anthropology 3, Madison, University of Wisconsin, 1985
_ Léonard Wallock, New York 1940 – 1965, éditions du Seuil, Paris, 1988
_ Resisting Categories : Latin American and / or Latino, dans la collection Critical Documents of the 20th – Century Latin American and Latino Art, The Museum of Fine Art, Huston et International Conter for the Arts of the Americas, Yale University Press, New Haeven et Londres, 2012

  • Écrits d’artistes

_ Robert Motherwell, The Collected Writings of Robert Motherwell, University of California Press, 1999
_ Diego Rivera, Écrits sur l’art, sélection et traductions de textes de Catherine Ballestero, Ides et Calendes, Neuchatêl,1996

  • Catalogues d’expositions

_ Alfred H. Barr, Masters of modern art,  MOMA, New York, 1954.
_ Edward Steichen, The Family of Man, MOMA, New York, 1955
_ Power in the Pacific, MOMA, William E. Rudge’s sons, New York, 1945
_ American Artists paint the city, XXVIIIth Biennale de Venise, Art institute of Chicago, 1956
_ The New American painting as shown in 8 European countries, 1958-59, MOMA, New York, 1959
_ Antagonismes : Musée des arts décoratifs, Congrès pour la Liberté de la Culture, Musée des arts décoratifs, Paris, 1960
_Blast, Foyer et Explosion, Musée d’art Moderne Lille Métropole, Lille, 1989
_ Estados Unidos. VI Bienal do museu do arte Moderna, Sao Paulo 1961
_ Jackson Pollock – 1912-1956, Catalogue Of An Exhibition Of Paintings And Drawings Organized By The Museum Of Modern Art, Whitechapel Art Gallery, Londres, 1958
_ Mark Rothko, catalogue de l’exposition rétrospective, Musée d’art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, Paris, 1999

  • Articles et revues

_ Gregory Battcock, Art and Politics at Venice : a disappointing Biennale, in Arts Magazine 45, n°1 (sep-oct 1970)
_Russell H. Bartley, The Piper Played to Us All : Orchestrating the Cultural Cold War in the USA, Europe, and Latin America, International Journal of Politics, Culture, and Society, Vol. 14, No. 3 (Spring, 2001)
_ Odile Benyahia-Kouider, Le MOMA divise Berlin, Libération du 5 mars 2004
_ Robert Burstow, The Limits of Modernist Art as a ‘Weapon of the Cold War’: Reassessing the Unknown Patronof the Monument to the Unknown Political Prisoner, Oxford Art Journal, Vol. 20, No. 1 (1997)
_ Claude Cernuschi, The Politics of Abstract Expressionism. Abstract Expressionism as Cultural Critique : Dissent during the McCarthy Period by David Craven, Archives of American Art Journal, Vol. 39, No. 1/2 (1999),
_ Eva Cockroft, Abstract Expressionism, weapon of the cold war, in Art Forum n°12, juin 1974
_ David Craven, Abstract Expressionism and Third World Art: A Post-Colonial Approach to ‘American’ Art, Oxford Art Journal, Vol. 14, No. 1 (1991)
_ Richard Cummings, Art and the CIA
_ Carol Duncan, MOMA : Ordeal and Triumph an 53rd Street, in Studio International 194 N°988 (1978)
_ Clair F. Fox, The PAU Visual Arts Section and the Hemispheric Circulation of Latin American Art duringthe Cold War, Getty Research Journal, No. 2 (2010)
_ Clement Greenberg, The Declin of Cubism, in Partisan Review, volume XV, n°3 (1948)
_ William Hauptman, The supression of the art in the MacCarthy decade, in art Forum, octobre 1973
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Jane De Hart Mathews, Art and Politics in Cold War America, The American Historical Review, Vol. 81, No. 4 (Oct., 1976)
_ Carol Morgan, From modernist utopia to cold war reality, in Studies in Modern Art, série john Elderfield, vol 5, The Museum of modern art at Mid-Century, Continuity and change, MOMA, NY 1995.
_ Therese Schwartz, The politicalization of the Avant-Garde, in Art in America 59 n°6 (nov-dec 1970), 60 n°2 (mars avril 1972), _ Christine Sylvetser, Picturing the Cold War: An Art Graft/Eye Graft, Alternatives : Global, Local, Political, Vol. 21, No. 4 (Oct.-Dec. 1996)61 n°2 (mars avril 1973)
_ Bulletin of the museum of modern art 10 n°1 (oct-nov 42)
_ Bulletin of the museum of modern art 21 n°3-4 (été 54)

  • Sites internet & vidéos

_ Site de l’International Center for the Arts of the Americas
_ Site du Museum of Modern Art
_ Site du MoMA à Berlin

 

ROCKEFELLER 

_ Peter Collier et David Horowitz, Les Rockefeller, une dynastie américaine, Seuil, Paris, 1994
_  Joseph E. Persico, The Imperial Rockefeller, A biography of Nelson A. Rockefeller, Simon and Schuster, New York, 1982
_ Cary Reich, The Life of Nelson A. Rockefeller. Worlds to conquer, 1908-1958, DoubleDay, New York, 1996
_ Marion van Renterghem, Les Rockefeller, citoyens new-yorkais, in le Monde, 26 octobre 2001
_ William Banyan, Rockefeller Internationalism, Revue en ligne Nexus

 

  • Site Internet.

_ The Rockefeller Archive Center

 

REALPOLITIK

  • Réalpolitik, politique étrangère américaine

_ Michel Allner et Larry Portis,  La politique étrangère des États-Unis depuis 1945. De la guerre à la mondialisation, Ellipses, Paris, 2000
_ Barry Blechman et Stephen Kaplan, Force without war : U.S armed forces as a political instrument, the Brookings Institution, Washington, 1978
_ Noam Chomsky, Les dessous de la politique de l’Oncle Sam, Éditions Écosociété, Éditions EPO, éditions Le Temps des Cerises, Montréal, 1996
_ Noam Chomsky et Edward Herman, The Washington connection and third world fascism, Boston, 1979
_ Blanche Wiesen Cook, The declassified Eisenhower, Doubleday & Co, New York, 1981
_ Seymour Hersh, The price of power : Kissinger in the Nixon White House, London, 1983
_ Paul Kennedy, The middle Beat, Teachers College Press, Columbia University, New York, 1965
_ Michael Klare, War without end, Random House / Vantage Books, New York, 1972
_ A. J. Langguth, Hidden terrors, New York, 1978
_ Jonathan Marshall, Peter Dale Scott, Jame Hunter, The Iran-contras connection : Secret teams and covert operations in the reagan era, South end Press, Boston, 1987
_ Thomas and Marjorie Melville, The politics of land ownership, New York, 1971
_ David Atlee Phillips, The night watch : Twenty five years of Peculiar Service, Atheneum, New York, 1977
_ Warner Poelchau, ed., White paper, whitewash, New York, 1981
_ Rockefeller Brother Fund, Prospect for America, The Rockefeller panel report, Doubleday & Cie, New York, 1961
_ Arthur Schlesinger, A thousand days, Boston, 1965
_ Brian Urquhart, Hammarskjold, Knopf, New York, 1972
_ David Wise et Thomas Ross, Le gouvernement secret des Etats-Unis, traduction de Rolland Garrane, Cercle du Nouveau Livre d’Histoire, Rennes, 1965
_ David Wise, The politics of lying, New York, 1973
_ Penny Lernoux, In banks we trust, Doubleday, New York, 1984
_ Noam Chomsky, Medias et illusions nécessaires (La fabrique du consentement)

  • Théories politiques

_ Noam Chomsky, Idéologie et pouvoir, Editions Epo, Anvers, 2004
_ Noam Chomsky, Turning the Tide, Paperback, New York, 1999
_ Noam Chomsky, Deterring Democracy, Vintage books, Random House, Londres, 1992
_ Michael Hardt et Antonio Negri, Empire, Exils, Paris, 2000

  • CIA …

_ Philip Agee, Inside the Compagny, CIA diary, New York, 1975
_ Manuel Hevia Cosculluela, Passaporte 11333 : Ocho Anos con la CIA, La Havane, 1978
_ Howard Frazier, ed., Uncloacking the CIA, The Free Press / Macmillan, New York, 1978
_ Howard Frazier, Conference on the Central Intelligence Agency and the World Peace held at Yale University on April, 5 1975
_ Jonathan Kwitny, The crimes of patriots : A true tale of dope, dirty money, and the CIA, New York, 1987
_ Victor Marchetti and John Marks, La CIA et le culte du renseignement, traduction de Guy Durand, Robert Laffont, Paris, 1975
_ Thomas Power, The man who kept the secrets : Richard Helms and the CIA, Pocket Books, New York, 1979
_ L. Fletcher Prouty, The secret team : The CIA and its allies in control of the world, Englewood Cliffs,New York 1974
_ Bob Woodward, CIA guerres secrètes 1981-1987, Stock, Paris, 1987

  • Amérique Latine et politique étrangère américaine

_ George Black, The good neighbor : How the United States wrote the history of Central America and the Caribbean, Pantheon Books, New York, 1988
_ William Blum, Les guerres scélérates, Les interventions de l’armée américaine et de la CIA depuis 1945, Parangon, Paris, 2004
_ John Gerassi, The great fear  : The reconquest of Latin America by latin americans, McMillan & Cie, New York, 1965
_ Richard Gott, Rural guerillas in Latin America, Penguin House, Londres, 1973
_ Fred Hirsch, An analysis of Our AFL-CIO Role in Latin America, San Jose, 1974
_ James kohl et John Litt, Urban guerrila warfare in Latin America, the MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachussetts, 1974
_ Walter Lafeber, Innevitable revolution : The United States in Central America, Norton, 1983
_ Penny Lernoux, Cry of the People : the struggle for human rights in Latin America – the catholic church in conflict with U.S policy, Penguin Books, London, 1982
_ Jenny Pearce, Under the Eagle : U.S itervention in Central America and the Caribbean, Latin America Bureau, London, 1982
_ Lawrence Weschler, A miracle, A universe : Settling accounts with torturers, Penguin books, New York, 1991
_ Janette Habel, Nouvelle architecture militaire dans les Amériques, Le Monde Diplomatique, février 2002
_ Pierre Abramovici, Opération Condor, cauchemar de l’Amérique latine, Le Monde Diplomatique, mai 2001
_ Ignacio Ramonet, Bolivie, Le Monde Diplomatique, octobre 2003
_ Kate Doyle, Guatemala Documentation Project

Voir le site du Réseau d’Information et de Solidarité pour l’Amérique Latine

 

HISTOIRE POLITIQUE AMERIQUE LATINE 

  • Bolivie

_ James Dunkerlay, Rebellion in the Veins : Political struggle in Bolivia 1952-1982, Londres, 1984
_ Latin America bureau, Bolivia and coup d’etat, Londres, 1980
_ James M. Malloy et Richard Thorn, eds., Beyond the revolution : Bolivia since 1952, University of Pittsburgh Press, 1971
_ Christopher Mitchell, The legacy of populism in Bolivia : The overthrow of Paz Estenssoro and the MNR, Washington, 1967
_ Lawrence Whitehead, The United States and Bolivia : A case of neo-colonialism, Londres, 1969

  • Brésil

_ Jan Knippers Black, United States penetration of Brazil, University of Pennsylvania Press, Philadelphie, 1977
_ Phyllis R. Parker, Brazil and the quiet intervention, University of Texas Press, Austin, 1964
_ Rordan Roett, ed., Brazil in the sixties, Vanderbilt University Press, Nashville, 1972
_ Alfred Stepan, The military in politics : Changing patterns in Brazil, Princeton University Press, New Jersey, 1971

  • Chili

_ John Dinges et Saul Landau, Assassination on Embassy Row, Londres, 1981
_ James Petras et Morris H. Morley, How Allende Fell, Grande-Bretagne, 1974
_ Paul E. Sigmund, The Overthrow of Allende and the politics of Chile, 1964-1976, University of Pittsburgh Press, 1977
_ Miles Wolpin, Cuban foreign policy and chilean politics, Lexington, Massachussets, 1972
_ Ombres chiliennes, 1973 – 2003, Libération 10 septembre 2003.
_ Manuel Abramowicz, Opération Condor, un terrorisme international au service de la dictature chilienne
_ Daniel Brandt, U.S Responsibility for teh Coup in Chile
_ Church Report, Covert action in Chile, 1963 – 1973, http://foia.state.gov
_ Ann-Eve Fillenbaum, La connexion US
_ Hinchey Report, CIA activities in Chilehttp://foia.state.gov
_ Peter Kornbluth, Chile Documentation Project
_ Report of CIA Chilian Task Force Activities, 15 september to 3 november 1970

Voir aussi le site du département d’État américain qui propose ses archives déclassées ainsi que celles de la CIA et du NSC sur le Chili

  • Costa Rica

_ Charles D. Ameringer, Democracy in Costa Rica, Preager, New York et Hoover Institution Press, Stanford University, California, 1982
_ Charles D Ameringer, Dan Pepe, A political biography of José Figueres of Costa Rica, University of New Mexico Press, 1978
_ Gordon Connell-Smith, The inter american system, Oxford University Press and Royal Institute of International Affairs, 1966
_ Gordon Connell-Smith, The United States and Latin America : An historical analysis of inter-american relations, Heinemann Educational Books, Londres, 1974

  • République Dominicaine

_ Richard Barnet, intervention and revolution, Londres, 1972
_ Jan Kipper Black, The Dominican Republic : Politics and development in an unsovereign state, Boston, 1986
_ Bernard Diederich, Trujillo : The Death of the Goat, Maplewood, New York,  1990
_ John Bartlow Martin, Overtaken by events : The dominican crisis from the fall of Trujillo to the civil war, Doubleday & Cie, New York, 1966
_ Marcel Niedergang, La révolution de Saint-Domingue, Plon, Paris, 1966

  • Guatemala

_ Amnesty International, Guatemala, Londres, 1976
_ Amnesty International, Guatemala : A government program of political murder, Londres, 1981
_ George Black, Milton Jamail and Norma Stoltz Chinchilla, Garrison Guatemala, Monthly Review Press, New York, 1984
_ Eduardo Galeano, Guatemala, pays occupé, traduction de Dominique Éluard, Maspero, Paris, 1969
_ Richard H. Immerman, The CIA in Guatemala : The foreign policy of intervention, University of Texas Press, Austin, 1982
_ Susanne Jonas et David Tobis, editors, Guatemala, Berckeley, California, 1974
_ Susanne Jonas, The battle for Guatemala : Rebels, death squads, and US power, Boulder, Westview Press, 1991
_ Thomas P. McCann, An american Compagny, The tragedy of United Fruit, New York, 1976
_ Thomas et Marjorie Melville, Guatemala – Another Vietnam?, Grande-Bretagne, 1971
_ Stephen Schlesinger et Stephen Kinzer, Bitter Fruit : The untold story of the american coup in Guatemala, Doubleday & Co, New York, 1982
_ Guillermo Toriello, La battala de Guatemala, Ediciones Cuardenos Americanos, Mexico, 1955

  • Nicaragua

_ George Black, Triumph of the people : The sandinista revolution in Nicaragua, London, 1981
_ Reed Brody, Contra Terror in Nicaragua, Boston, 1985
_ Shirley Christian, Nicaragua : Revolution in family, Random House, New York
_ Bernard Diederich, Somoza and the legacy of US Involvment in Central America, Maplewood, New York, 1989
_ Dianna Melrose, Nicaragua: The threat of a good exemple, Oxfam, 1985
_ Morris H. Morley, Washington, Somoza and the Sandinistas : State and regim in US policy toward Nicaragua 1969-1981, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1994
_ William I. Robinson, A faustian bargain : U.S Intervention in the nicaraguan elections and american foreign policy in the post-cold war era, Westview Press, Colorado, 1992
_ Holly Sklar, Washington’s war on Nicaragua, Boston, 1988
_ Peter Rosset et John Vandermeer, eds., The Nicaragua Rreader : documents of a revolution under fire, New York, 1983
_ Bitter witness : Nicaraguans and the “covert war”, a chronology and several narratives, Witness for peace documentation project, Santa Cruz, 1984

  • Panama

_ Kevin Buckley, Panama, the whole story, New York, 1991
_ John Dinges, Our man in Panama, New York, 1991

  • Salvador

_ Robert Armstrong et jenet Shenk, El Salvador : the face of the revolution, London, 1982
_ Raymond Bonner, Weakness and deceit : Us policy and El Salvador, Times Books, New York, 1984
_ James Dunkerley, The long war : Dictatorship and revolution in El Salvador, Londres, 1982
_ Michael McClintock, The american connection : state terror and popular resistance in El Salvador, Zed Books, Londres, 1985
_ Lisa North, Bitter Grounds : Roots of revolt in El Salvador, Toronto, 1981

  • Uruguay

_ Alain Labrousse, Les Tupamaros : Guerrillas urbaines en Uruguay, Paris, 1970
_ Major Carlos Wilson, The Tupamaros : The unmentionable, Boston, 1974