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  1. Vor einem Tag · Artists like Rauschenberg, Jim Dine, Frank Stella, John Chamberlain and Jasper Johns were making work that exploded ideas about what a painting should be and do. As one expert notes, they dared to ...

  2. Vor 4 Tagen · Amei Wallach's documentary 'Taking Venice' revisits a real-life art caper starring Robert Rauschenberg and Leo Castelli.

  3. Vor 5 Tagen · Rauschenberg’s “Currents” series of screen prints, drawn from newspaper headlines and created for Dayton’s Gallery 12. The retrospective would mark the end of an era for Rauschenberg, who moved to Florida that fall. Foster, too, would soon reinvent himself, as a photographer in Los Angeles in 1972.

  4. Vor 4 Tagen · Roberts specializes in postwar American art. During her nearly two decades at SFMoMA, she organized major surveys of artists including Louise Bourgeois, Frank Bowling, Joan Mitchell (cocurated with Katy Siegel), Robert Rauschenberg, and Amy Sherald, whose midcareer retrospective—the painter’s first—opens at the San Francisco museum this fall before traveling to the Whitney Museum of ...

  5. ELAINE STURTEVANT (1924- 2014) Raysse Tableau à haute tension, 1969 Raysse High Voltage Painting acrylic, collage and neon light on canvas gift of Claude Givaudon S. A., Paris, 1

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  6. Vor 3 Tagen · Along with Ruscha's Truth, there's Robert Rauschenberg's Rodeo Palace (Spread), which is estimated to sell for between $3 and $5 million and perhaps speaks to Lear's sensibility for...

  7. Vor 4 Tagen · In Pilgrim (1960), Robert Rauschenberg presented us with an abstract painting where paint spills off the canvas onto a simple chair placed in front, thereby initiating the chair into the world of myth and story conjured in the canvas. However you look at it, the salience of furniture as a conduit for human emotions and signifier of ...