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Opening April 15 Drawing Dialogues: Selections from the Sol LeWitt Collection is an exhibition featuring over 100 works by more than 60 artists from the renowned artists extraordinary collection. It is the first large-scale exhibition of the collection to be held in New York in over 30 years. Evening Opening April 14 6-8pm  "Conceptual artists are mystics rather than rationalists. They leap to conclusions that logic cannot reach." Sol LeWitt  Sol LeWitt was an American Conceptual and…

Opening April 15 Drawing Dialogues: Selections from the Sol LeWitt Collection is an exhibition featuring over 100 works by more than 60 artists from the renowned artists extraordinary collection. It is the first large-scale exhibition of the collection to be held in New York in over 30 years. Evening Opening April 14 6-8pm "Conceptual artists are mystics rather than rationalists. They leap to conclusions that logic cannot reach." Sol LeWitt Sol LeWitt was an American Conceptual and…

Robert Rauschenberg , Harbor

robert rauschenberg - harbor, oil and silkscreen ink on canvas (museum ludwig, cologne).

In 1965, Rauschenberg left his Broadway studio after purchasing a former orphanage and chapel of Saint Joseph’s Union Mission of the Immaculate Virgin on Lafayette Street. Not only was Lafayette Street a residence for Rauschenberg, it was a hub for his performance rehearsals, exhibitions, press conferences, and social gatherings. Rauschenberg lived and worked at the Lafayette Street building until 1971, when he relocated his studio to Captiva, Florida. ... Explore more sites from “Bob’s New…

In 1965, Rauschenberg left his Broadway studio after purchasing a former orphanage and chapel of Saint Joseph’s Union Mission of the Immaculate Virgin on Lafayette Street. Not only was Lafayette Street a residence for Rauschenberg, it was a hub for his performance rehearsals, exhibitions, press conferences, and social gatherings. Rauschenberg lived and worked at the Lafayette Street building until 1971, when he relocated his studio to Captiva, Florida. ... Explore more sites from “Bob’s New…

On May 18, 1975, Robert Rauschenberg arrived at the estate of the Sarabhai family, north of the old city of Ahmedabad, India. Invited by Anand Sarabhai to make work drawing upon the resources of a local paper mill, Rauschenberg's residency inspired continuing projects involving collaboration with local art communities and provided the genesis of the development of the Rauschenberg Overseas Culture Interchange (ROCI). Explore Rauschenberg’s time in India–and the work it inspired–on post…

On May 18, 1975, Robert Rauschenberg arrived at the estate of the Sarabhai family, north of the old city of Ahmedabad, India. Invited by Anand Sarabhai to make work drawing upon the resources of a local paper mill, Rauschenberg's residency inspired continuing projects involving collaboration with local art communities and provided the genesis of the development of the Rauschenberg Overseas Culture Interchange (ROCI). Explore Rauschenberg’s time in India–and the work it inspired–on post…

#AskACurator is this Wednesday! Send us your questions about Frank Lloyd Wright (mo.ma/flw150), Robert Rauschenberg (mo.ma/rauschenberg), as well as our upcoming "Items: Is Fashion Modern?" exhibition (mo.ma/items). Submit your question(s) as a comment below, or on Twitter with the hashtag #AskACurator, now or on Wednesday. Questions will be answered at the times below!

#AskACurator is this Wednesday! Send us your questions about Frank Lloyd Wright (mo.ma/flw150), Robert Rauschenberg (mo.ma/rauschenberg), as well as our upcoming "Items: Is Fashion Modern?" exhibition (mo.ma/items). Submit your question(s) as a comment below, or on Twitter with the hashtag #AskACurator, now or on Wednesday. Questions will be answered at the times below!

In the summer of 1961 Robert Rauschenberg moved his studio to 809 Broadway, while painter Öyvind Fahlström took the artist’s former Front Street studio. During this time he began his iconic series of silkscreen paintings, but he also pursued collaboration in more ambitious ways. Working with engineers Billy Klüver and Harold Hodges, he explored technology in his sound sculpture Oracle. He became increasingly involved with the newly formed Judson Dance Theater group, often using his studio as…

In the summer of 1961 Robert Rauschenberg moved his studio to 809 Broadway, while painter Öyvind Fahlström took the artist’s former Front Street studio. During this time he began his iconic series of silkscreen paintings, but he also pursued collaboration in more ambitious ways. Working with engineers Billy Klüver and Harold Hodges, he explored technology in his sound sculpture Oracle. He became increasingly involved with the newly formed Judson Dance Theater group, often using his studio as…

To make this work, Robert Rauschenberg pressed his body against a large sheet of light-sensitive paper. Sue Weil, a fellow artist and his wife at the time, shone a light above him, turning the areas of exposed paper blue; this process was then repeated, creating the doubling effect. "Untitled (Double Rauschenberg)" was part of a series of blueprints that the newly married couple, just back from their first year at Black Mountain College, made in their small walk-up apartment in New York…

To make this work, Robert Rauschenberg pressed his body against a large sheet of light-sensitive paper. Sue Weil, a fellow artist and his wife at the time, shone a light above him, turning the areas of exposed paper blue; this process was then repeated, creating the doubling effect. "Untitled (Double Rauschenberg)" was part of a series of blueprints that the newly married couple, just back from their first year at Black Mountain College, made in their small walk-up apartment in New York…

Planning a visit to Robert Rauschenberg in its final weeks? Make a day of it - visit #Rauschenberg and Wolfgang #Tillmans at Tate Modern (plus a drink in between!) for £25. Link in bio!  Robert Rauschenberg, Charlene 1954 © Robert Rauschenberg Foundation

Planning a visit to Robert Rauschenberg in its final weeks? Make a day of it - visit and Wolfgang at Tate Modern (plus a drink in between!) for Link in bio!

1966. Robert Rauschenberg with his tongue stamped "Wedding Souvenir, Claes Oldenburg" by Dennis Hopper

Robert Rauschenberg with his tongue stamped "Wedding Souvenir, Claes Oldenburg " By Dennis Hopper

Pace Gallery - "Anagrams, Arcadian Retreats, Anagrams (A Pun)" - Robert Rauschenberg through Dec 12

Pace is pleased to announce an exhibition of late works by Robert Rauschenberg on view at 534 West Street from October 23 to December 2015 with an opening reception for the public on Thursday, October 6 to 8 pm. Presented in collabora.

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