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Robert Rauchenberg, Pelícano, 1963. NEW REALISTS.

Robert Rauchenberg, Pelícano, 1963. NEW REALISTS.

rauschenburg alamanac 1962

Robert Rauschenberg Almanac 1962 © The estate of Robert Rauschenberg/VAGA, New York and DACS, London 2002

Robert Rauchenberg

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hydeordie: “ Robert Rauschenberg, Small Rebus, 1956 Woke up to this lovely collage in my inbox, courtesy of the upcoming exhibition Collection: MOCA’s The First Thirty Years. Still loving this idea.

Robert Rauschenberg - 1959, Backwash. Combine: oil, printed paper, printed reproductions and fabric on canvas (156.2 x 122.2 cm)

R o b e r t - R a u s c h e n b e r g 1959 Combine: oil, printed paper, printed reproductions and fabric on canvas

“Combine” is a term Rauschenberg invented to describe a series of works that combine aspects of painting and sculpture. Virtually eliminating all distinctions between these artistic categories, the Combines either hang on the wall or are freestanding. With the Combine series, Rauschenberg endowed new significance to ordinary objects by placing them in the context of art.

“Combine” is a term Rauschenberg invented to describe a series of works that combine aspects of painting and sculpture. Virtually eliminating all distinctions between these artistic categories, the Combines either hang on the wall or are freestanding. With the Combine series, Rauschenberg endowed new significance to ordinary objects by placing them in the context of art.

“Combine” is a term Rauschenberg invented to describe a series of works that combine aspects of painting and sculpture. Virtually eliminating all distinctions between these artistic categories, the Combines either hang on the wall or are freestanding. With the Combine series, Rauschenberg endowed new significance to ordinary objects by placing them in the context of art.

“Combine” is a term Rauschenberg invented to describe a series of works that combine aspects of painting and sculpture. Virtually eliminating all distinctions between these artistic categories, the Combines either hang on the wall or are freestanding. With the Combine series, Rauschenberg endowed new significance to ordinary objects by placing them in the context of art.

© Robert Rauschenberg / Adagp, Paris, 2006; Used with permission

Robert Rauschenberg: Combines

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