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. 87, reprod. p. 175.
Paul Nougé, “Pour Illustrer Magritte,” LE FAIT ACCOMPLI 34-35 (Apr. 1970), n. pag. (ill.). Suzi Gablik, MAGRITTE, Greenwich, Conn., 1971, pp. 128, 201, pl. 111, as THE AIR AND THE SONG. A.M. Hammacher, RENÉ MAGRITTE, New York, 1973, p. 33, fig. 35, as THE AIR AND THE SONG. Maurizio Fagiolo dell’Arco, ed., SURREALISMO, OMAGGIO A ANDRÉ BRETON: LA CRÉATION D’UN MYTHE COLLECTIF, Rome, 1976, exh. cat., p. 156 (ill.). Robert Short, DADA AND SURREALISM, London, 1980, p. 110, fig. 105, as CECI N’EST PAS UNE PIPE (THIS IS NOT A PIPE). Petra von Morstein, “Magritte: Artistic and Conceptual Representations,” JOURNAL OF AESTHETICS AND ART CRITICISM 41, 4 (1983), pp. 372-73, as THE AIR AND THE SONG. Laurie Edson, “Disrupting Conventions: Verbal-Visual Objects in Francis Ponge and René Magritte,” L’ESPRIT CRÉATEUR 24, 2 (Summer 1984), PP. 28-29, as THE AIR AND THE SONG. Laurie Edson, “Confronting the Signs: Words, Images, and the Reader-Spectator,” DADA/SURREALISM 13 (1984), p. 91, as THE AIR AND THE SONG. René Magritte, LETTRES À ANDRÉ BOSMANS, 1958-1967, ed. by Francine Perceval, Brussels, 1990, pp. 392, 394. MAGRITTE CATALOGUE, vol. 3, 1993, p. 192, as no. 1570; vol. 4, 1994, p. 277, no. 1570 (ill.), as L’AIR ET LA CHANSON (THE TUNE AND ALSO THE WORDS).
Doctoral Dissertation, College of Education, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Rhoda Feldman, April 2003, North American distirbution, English language, print run 10.
Paris, Alexander Iolas Gallery, MAGRITTE: LE SENS PROPRE, 1964, no. 38. Possibly New York, Alexander Iolas Gallery, MAGRITTE: LE SENS PROPRE, 1965, no cat. London, Hanover Gallery, POETIC IMAGE, 1969, no cat. nos., n. pag. (ill.). London, Hanover Gallery, PEN, PENCIL, AND PAPER, 1970, no cat. nos., n. pag. (ill.). Basel, Galerie Beyeler, SURRÉALISME ET PEINTURE, 1974, no. 46, as CECI N’EST PAS UNE PIPE. Chicago, Museum of Contemporary Art, WORDS AT LIBERTY, 1977, no cat. nos., pp. 8 (ill.), 17, as CECI N’EST PAS UNE PIPE. Chicago 1984-85, no cat. nos., fig. 1, pp. 85, 172, as THE AIR AND THE SONG. Chicago 1986, no. 34, as THE AIR AND THE SONG. Chicago, Museum of Contemporary Art, TOWARD THE FUTURE: CONTEMPORARY ART IN CONTEXT, 1990, pamphlet, no cat. nos., n. pag., as THE AIR AND THE SONG.
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