Others was a group of avant-garde artists in New York formed after the outbreak of World War I. Poet Alfred Kreymborg and artist Man Ray founded the group, centered an artist colony called Grantwood, just outside Ridgefield, New Jersey. Through the group, American writers and artists came into contact and found collaboration with émigré artists who had fled from World War I in Europe.

Some of its members:

A photo shows them gathering on April 1916 at William Carlos Williams' house.[1]

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