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robert rauschenberg, "shades" (1964)  MoMA: "Instead of paper, the book is constructed from an aluminum frame holding a fixed title page and five movable plates of plexiglass. Rauschenberg lithographed numerous images taken from newspapers and magazines on each panel. When the plates are inserted into the base—in one of six million possible permutations, according to one expert—the work becomes three dimensional and weblike, glowing from the light of a small bulb attached in the back."

Rauschenberg, 'Shades', Six moveable lithographs on Plexiglass in an aluminium frame, intermittently backlit by a light bulb. An early foray into bookmaking.

Mayako Nakamura - Hitosaji no osatoh (2011) Oil on canvas, ink,charcoal, pigment, graphite

neutralnotes: “ Hitosaji no osatoh Oil on canvas, ink,charcoal, pigment, graphite (by mayakonakamura) ”

Payload, Robert Rauschenberg  the first piece of art i ever loved

Robert Rauschenberg, responsable of the abstract expressionisim Transforming every day objects . Method of combining elements to make a composition. Tension of materials of real life and art. Art was living life for him.

Robert Rauschenberg

Robert Rauschenberg Soviet/American Array VI, 1990 Intaglio in 16 colors on Saunders paper 88 in. x 52 in. cm x cm) Publisher's seal embossed lower left corner Edition 59

Robert Rauschenberg Shades 1964

Robert Rauschenberg Shades 1964 For private part of identity. Layers make it abstract and ambiguous.

Robert Rauschenberg

Interview, 1955 Robert Rauschenberg (American, i had the privilege of seeing this in person @ moca this past weekend. it's one of the most soulful works of art i have ever encountered.

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Memoria y Archivo by Christian Boltanski (Photo: Courtesy National University of Tres de Febrero / Muntref)

my favorite artist of all time. why? art and life. art and life.

Robert Rauschenberg

Robert Rauschenberg, White Stone in Black

vjeranski: “Robert Rauschenberg White Stone in Black Proof Relating to Breakthrough II, 1965 Lithograph ”

“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 in his Pearl Street studio

Highlights of Tate's 2016 Programme: Robert Rauschenberg Pearl Street studio, Rauschenberg in his Pearl Street studio with Satellite and the first state of Monogram first state New York, PhotographThe Robert Rauschenberg Foundation (New York, USA)

Robert Rauschenberg,Soviet/American Array V,1990

Robert Rauschenberg,Soviet/American Array V,1990

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