Rauchenberg: Art And Life
Iconoclastic, inventive, impulsive, sensitive, gregarious - these are just some of the words to describe Robert Rauschenberg and the art he has been making for the past 50 years. From the age of 38, when he received the grand prize at the Venice Biennale in 1964, Rauschenberg has been a pivotal figure in the art of our time. Rauschenberg: Art and Life shows the astonishing dexterity and range of Rauschenberg's art even as an emerging artist, from the creation of his now famous combines, to his eagerness to bridge art and technology, to the establishment of the Rauschenberg Overseas Culture Interchange.
- 352 pages