Ades, Dawn. SURREALIST ART: THE LINDY AND EDWIN BERGMAN COLLECTION AT THE ART INSTITUTE OF CHICAGO. Chicago, New York and London: The Art Institute of Chicago and Thames and Hudson, 1997. cat. no. 51, reprod. p. 100.
Robert Descharnes and Gilles Néret, SALVADOR DALI, 1904-1989, tr. by Michael Hulse, Cologne, 1994, vol. 1, THE PAINTINGS, 1904-1946, pl. 316; vol. 2, THE PAINTINGS, 1946-1989, p. 748, no. 316, as THE RED TOWER (ANTHROPOMORPHIC TOWER).
ENGENDERING THE SOCIAL: FEMINIST ENCOUNTERS WITH SOCIOLOGICAL THEORY, Open University Press, December 2003, world rights, English language, print run 5,000.
Exhibition Catalogue, SALVADOR DALI, Palazzo Grassi (Venice) September 2004, Italian, English, French and Spanish, World distribution, print run 6000.
“TWENTIETH CENTURY COLLECTION REINSTALLED,” The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL, June 7, 1991-February 28, 1992 (Gallery 249).
Chicago, Rosenstone Art Gallery, Bernard Horwich Center, SURREALISM, 1966, no. 1, as RED TOWER. Chicago 1967-68, no cat. Chicago 1973, no cat. nos., n. pag., as THE RED TOWER. Chicago 1984-85, no cat. nos., pl. 15, pp. 23, 132, as THE RED TOWER. Chicago 1986, no. 5, as THE RED TOWER (ANTHROPOMORPHIC TOWER). Staatsgalerie Stuttgart, SALVADOR DALI, 1904-1989, traveled to Zurich, exh. cat. by Karin v. Maur, no. 69 (ill.), as LA TOUR ROUGE or LA TOUOR ANTHORPOMORPHIQUE. Humlebaek, Denmark, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, SALVADOR DALI, 1989-90, exh. cat. published in LOUISIANA REVY 2, 30 (Dec. 1989), no. 94 (ill.), as LA TOUR ROUGE or LA TOUR ANTHROPOMORPHIQUE. The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, SALVADOR DALI, 1990, no. 13 (ill.), as THE RED TOWER or THE ANTHROPOMORPHIC TOWER.
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