Robert Rauschenberg

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TATE MODERN
ROBERT RAUSCHENBERG
Press view: 29 November 2016
curators, Achim Borchardt-Hume
and Catherine Wood.
PRIVATE VIEW:
30 November 2016 | 10 –17.15 pm
6 December 2016 | 18.45–21.30 pm
21 February 2017 | 18.45–21.30 pm
28 March 2017 | 18.45–21.30 pm
Exhibition: 1 December 2016 – 2 April 2017
The Eyal Ofer Galleries East Room, Level 6,
Switch House, Bankside SE1
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Robert Rauschenberg, Retroactive II 1963, Oil, silkscreen and ink on canvas, 80 x 60 in. Collection Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, partial gift of Stefan T. Edlis and
H. Gael Neeson, 1998.49. Photo: Nathan Keay © MCA Chicago
Painting. photography, sculpture and performance:
explore this boundary-defying artist
Robert Rauschenberg blazed a new trail for art in the second half of the
twentieth century. Moving between painting, sculpture, photography,
print-making, installation and performance throughout his six-decade career,
he refused to be straight-jacketed by rules and conventions.
This major exhibition will explore each period of his varied
career. Alongside his early experiments and first collaborations with fellow
artists and friends John Cage, Merce Cunningham and Jasper Johns it will also
showcase his work with Experiments in Art and Technology (E.A.T), an organisation
which developed collaboration between artists and engineers
in the 1960s.
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Tate Modern
ROBERT RAUSCHENBERG
PRIVATE VIEW:
30 November 2016 | 10 –17.15 pm
6 December 2016 | 18.45–21.30 pm
21 February 2017 | 18.45–21.30 pm
28 March 2017 | 18.45–21.30 pm
curators, Achim Borchardt-Hume
and Catherine Wood.
Exhibition: 1 December 2016 – 2 April 2017
The Eyal Ofer Galleries East Room, Level 6,
Switch House, Bankside SE1
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Robert Rauschenberg Monogram 1955-59
Combine: oil, paper, fabric, printed paper, printed reproductions, metal, wood, rubber shoe heel, and tennis ball on canvas with oil and rubber tire on Angora goat on wood platform mounted on four casters 106.7 x 160.7 x 163.8 cm
Moderna Museet, Stockholm. Purchase 1965 with contribution from Moderna Museets Vänner/The Friends of Moderna Museet
 
TATE MODERN
TALK AND LECTURE
ROBERT RAUSCHENBERG: TEN PROPOSITIONS
30 November 2016 | 18.30–20 pm
Leah Dickerman, the Marlene Hess Curator
The Museum of Modern Art, New York joins in
conversation Achim Borchardt-Hume,
Exhibition: 1 December 2016 – 2 April 2017
The Eyal Ofer Galleries East Room, Level 6,
Switch House, Bankside SE1
 
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Leah Dickerman, the Marlene Hess Curator of Painting and Sculpture at
The Museum of Modern Art, New York joins in conversation
Achim Borchardt-Hume, Director of Exhibitions, Tate Modern, on the eve of
the two museums’ collaboratively organised exhibition Robert Rauschenberg.
 
This discussion about the artist’s work and legacy will touch upon themes including
his inventive use of media such as the collage and found materials within his
Combines, his enthusiasm for travel and creative interchanges with other artists
including Jasper Johns, John Cage, Merce Cunningham, and Cy Twombly, which
defined Rauschenberg’s practice and his contribution to art history.
 
Almanac 1962 by Robert Rauschenberg 1925-2008
Robert Rauschenberg Almanac 1962
TATE MODERN
TALK AND LECTURE
FROM MONOCHROMES TO CHOREOGRAPHY:
RAUSCHENBERG’S RELATIONSHIP WITH DANCE
19 December 2016 | 18.30–20 pm
Erin Brannigan in conversation with Catherine Wood
Exhibition: 1 December 2016 – 2 April 2017
Exhibition: 1 December 2016 – 2 April 2017
The Eyal Ofer Galleries East Room, Level 6,
Switch House, Bankside SE1
 
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Join Erin Brannigan in conversation with Catherine Wood, Senior Curator of International Art (Performance) as they trace the influence of dance on Robert Rauschenberg’s work from the 1950s and 1960s.
 
Erin Brannigan is Senior Lecturer in Dance at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia, and works in the fields of dance and film as an academic and curator. Erin has written extensively on dance, film and performance and has curated dance screen programmes and exhibitions.
Current collaborative projects include Experimental Humanities and After Rauschenberg – Composition: Movement: Experiment.
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Robert Rauschenberg Bazaar 1984
This exhibition is a chance to see some of Rauschenberg’s
most important works and explore how his passion for collaboration and
innovation helped to blur the boundaries between the visual arts, performance
dance and science.
Organised with MoMA, in New York, the big winter show at
Tate Modern will thrust us brusquely into the textures of Modern America
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Street Sounds 1992 by Robert Rauschenberg 1925-2008
Artwork © Robert Rauschenberg Foundation

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