21 January 2017

Rothko And Rauschenberg Paintings Featured In Christie’s Post-War And Contemporary Sale

Iconic American painting will be featured in Christie’s Post-War and Contemporary Art Evening Auction on 7 March 2017 in London.

26 December 2016

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Artists Rebranding The Christmas Tree Tradition By Revd Jonathan Evens

London has three of the most innovative artist-designed Christmas Trees on display this year.

5 December 2016

Rauschenberg Prodigious Powers Of Innovation And Self-invention By Edward Lucie-Smith

I’m always left in two minds about Robert Rauschenberg. On the one hand, there is his enormous influence on the course of today’s contemporary art. Everywhere you look, you see things that came from him. He is a prophetic artist in all sorts of different ways: installation, junk sculpture, fascination with new technologies, performance art, collaborations

29 July 2016

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Rauschenberg’s Iconic Goat Set For UK Return After 52 Year Hiatus

Assembled from materials including a stuffed angora goat, a rubber tyre, a tennis ball and a shoe heel, Robert Rauschenberg’s iconic work Monogram 1955-59 is to return to the UK after a 52 year hiatus. The work demonstrates Rauschenberg’s bold challenge to the hierarchical distinction between traditional art materials and everyday objects the work will be one of the […]

21 January 2015

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Rauschenberg And Fontana Highlights Of Sotheby’s Auction Of Hoglund Collection

Sotheby’s contemporary evening sale in London on February 10 will feature works by artists like Lucio Fontana, Robert Rauschenberg and Jean Tinguely. The works up for auction are from the Hoglunch collection, that started in Sweden’s midcentury cultural heyday. Beginning January 21, in New York, Sotheby’s will preview these and other works from its upcoming […]

22 October 2012

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Duchamp And His Bachelors Cage Cunningham Rauschenberg And Johns

A new exhibition exploring one of the most important chapters in the history of contemporary art, The Bride and the Bachelors is the first exhibition to specifically explore Marcel Duchamp’s (1887–1968) impact on four great modern artists – composer John Cage(1912–1992); dancer and choreographer Merce Cunningham (1919–2009) and visual artists Robert Rauschenberg (1925–2008) and Jasper […]