• 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
_ José Gómez Sicre, 32 artistas de las Américas: exposición organizada por la Unión Panamericana, exposition organisée par l’Union Panaméricaine, Bogotá, Colombia: Museo Nacional de Bogotá, 1949
_ Lincoln Kirstein, Latin-American Art: Introduction; From the Conquest to 1900, in « The Latin American Collection of the Museum of Modern Art », the Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1943

  • Articles et revues

_ Alejandro Anreus, José Gómez Sicre and the « Idea » of Latin American ArtArt Journal, Vol. 64, No. 4 (Winter, 2005), College Art Association
_ Amaral Aracy, Política cultural : porque os Estados Unidos se interessariam pela arte latinoamericana?, 1979, Typed manuscript. Personal Archive of Aracy A. Amaral, São Paulo, Brazil.
_ 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, été 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
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
_ Stephen Polcari, Abstract Expressionism: « New and Improved », Art Journal, Vol. 47, No. 3, New Myths for Old: Redefining Abstract Expressionism, autome 1988
_ 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


_ 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


  • 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


  • 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
– Ignaco Ramonet, Bolivie, Le Monde Diplomatique, octobre 2003
_ 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,
_ Ann-Eve Fillenbaum, La connexion US
_ Hinchey Report, CIA activities in Chile
_ 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