Robert Rauschenberg 1925-2008 ABOUT Rauschenberg was born in Port Arthur, Texas. He studied at the Kansas City Art Institute (1946–7), the Académie Julien, Paris (1947), and with Josef Albers and John Cageat Black Mountain College, North Carolina (1948–50). Traveling widely, he was based in New York City from 1950, where he and Jasper Johns paved the way for pop art of the 1960s. He worked with the Merce Cunningham Dance Company, New York, as costume and stage designer (1955–64).An…
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Robert Rauschenberg - 156 artworks - assemblage
Robert Rauschenberg lived in the XX – XXI cent., a remarkable figure of American Neo-Dada. Find more works of this artist at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.
Blue Urchin (Hoarfrost) - Robert Rauschenberg Textile artists continue to be inspired by Robert Rauschenberg’s radical use of cloth. The Hoarfrost series that he made in 1974 was very well received by the critics of the time. In them he used a variety of transparent, translucent and opaque fabrics ranging from humble cotton cheesecloth to exotic satin and silk on which he printed text and images from newspapers and magazines. Displayed by pinning the fabrics directly to the wall at their top…
cinoh: © Robert Rauschenberg / Ringer, from Hoarfrost Editions,.1974 Offset lithograph and screenprint in colors, to collage of paper bag, cheesecloth, China silk, silk, and satin.