The Société Anonyme: Modernism for America
- April 23, 2006–August 20, 2006Hammer Museum, Los Angeles
- October 14, 2006–January 21, 2007The Phillips Collection, Washington, D.C.
- June 10, 2007–September 16, 2007Dallas Museum of Art
- October 26, 2007–January 27, 2008Frist Center for the Visual Arts, Nashville
- December 4, 2012–June 23, 2013Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Conn.
The Société Anonyme Collection at the Yale University Art Gallery is an exceptional anthology of European and American art in the early 20th century. Founded in New York in 1920 by Katherine S. Dreier, Marcel Duchamp, and Man Ray to promote contemporary art among American audiences, Société Anonyme, Inc., was an experimental museum dedicated to the idea that the story of modern art should be told by artists. The Société Anonyme: Modernism for America traces the transformation of this organization from an exhibition initiative to an extraordinary art collection. It features works by over 100 artists who made significant contributions to modernism, including Constantin Brancusi, Paul Klee, Piet Mondrian, and Joseph Stella, along with lesser-known artists, such as Marthe Donas, Louis Eilshemius, and Angelika Hoerle.