Rauschenberg


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Rauschenberg

Robert. born 1925, US artist; one of the foremost exponents of pop art
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In 1958, Robert Rauschenberg, too, wandered into Dante's world, embarking on a nearly three-year project to illustrate each of the Inferno's thirty-four cantos.
Bob named this the Jungle,' announces Matt Hall, facilities supervisor of the Robert Rauschenberg Residency on Captiva Island, pausing at the edge of a shady track shrouded by tropical plants.
- Local Line MR-72: Josbach - Rauschenberg - Coelbe - Marburg;
The Rauschenberg Foundation Project Space is a large, rectangular room, with stairs in the northeast corner leading to a mezzanine in the rear.
This begins in Katz's second paragraph, where he notes the continuing suppression by the media of Rauschenberg's intimate relationships with men, in favor of Rauschenberg's short-lasting marriage to Susan Weil (1948-51).
The commemorative Rauschenberg exhibit is one of the first important surveys of the artist's work since his death and includes a significant piece, "Empire I," 1961, which was part of a major Rauschenberg retrospective in 1997 at New York's Guggenheim Museum.
In the 1950s, Rauschenberg also created set designs for Paul Taylor; his wonderfully weird costumes for Three Epitaphs (1956) are still in the current repertory.
BEIRUT: "To Whom It May Concern," the late John Cage once remarked, alluding to the work of his colleague Robert Rauschenberg, "the white paintings came first; my silent piece came later." It may be useful to recall Cage's words, and their various artistic ramifications, as you walk into the Sfeir-Semler Gallery these days, the venue for Walid Raad's mixed-media exhibition, "A History of Modern and Contemporary Arab Art _ Part 1 _ Chapter 1: Beirut 1992-2005."
Patrician Barnacle (Scale), 1981, is part of Rauschenberg's ``Scales and Spread'' series in which he returned to mixed-media and found-object collage work after almost a decade working in other forms.
These well-deserved words of praise were written by Joshua Taylor, one of the great museum directors of the 20th century, in a landmark catalogue on Robert Rauschenberg. This statement was published 29 years ago and yet, the same tribute could still be accorded to this artist today in a career that has now spanned more than a half-century.
Dialogues: Duchamp, CorneR, Johns, Rauschenberg * Dallas: Dallas Museum of Art, Sept.
Starting with the early history of prints and working descriptions of the major printmaking processes, and ending with contemporary printmaking, this book presents more than 150 illustrations surveying the greatest masters of the graphic media, from Durer and Rembrandt to Rauschenberg and Bourgeois.