The Los Angeles County Museum of Art will present Rauschenberg: In and About L.A., opening on August 11, 2018 and running through February 10, 2019 at the museum's Resnick Pavilion. Although Rauschenberg was born in Texas and lived primarily in New York and Florida, Los Angeles played a pivotal role in his artistic development. His first visit to an art museum occurred in Southern California, while he was stationed at Camp Pendleton in 1944–45. This experience prompted Rauschenberg’s decision
Robert Rauschenberg: Erasing the Rules opens November 18, 2017. This presentation of the artist's retrospective, traveling from the Tate Modern and MoMA, focuses on his continual experimentation with materials and collaborative working processes. Including prints, sculptures, paintings, and Combines, the exhibition illustrates how Rauschenberg "broke down boundaries between disciplines, anticipated many of the defining cultural and social issues of our time, and redefined what are could be for g
On the occasion of the opening of the newly renovated Building 6, MASS MoCA has installed a number of long-term exhibitions featuring Pace artists James Turrell, Robert Rauschenberg, and Sol LeWitt. James Turrell: Into the Light presents 9 works from the artist's multi-decade career which illustrate Turrell's skill in elevating the viewer's perception of light and space. Robert Rauschenberg's A Quake in Parade (Labyrinth) is a large-scale installation from 1994, through which the viewer move
Robert Rauschenberg will be the subject of two major exhibitions presented by the Faurschou Foundation at the Fondazione Giorgio Cini to coincide with the 57th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia. Robert Rauschenberg & Andy Warhol "Us Silkscreeners..." 12 May – 28 Aug, 2017 Robert Rauschenberg Late Series 12 May – 28 Aug, 2017 Find out more here. Fondazione Giorgio Cini Isola di San Giorgio Maggiore, 30100 Venezia, Italia
Robert Raushcenberg is an artist best known for his spirit of innovation, commitment to egalitarian materials, and collaborative, interdisciplinary practice which produced a groundbreaking body of work during the course of his career. Robert Rauschenberg: Among Friends is the first 21st-century retrospective for the artist examining six decades of his work, with over 250 paintings, drawings, prints, photographs, and sound and video recordings. This exhibition presents a visual mapping of artisti
Join the Tate Modern for a discussion of Rauschenberg’s work, life and travels. 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. The talk will be at the Tate Modern on November 30, 6:30pm. Purchase tickets here.
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. See rare footage of performances featuring choreography, costumes and stage designs by Rauschenberg and discover how his innovations paved the way for current experiments across choreography and the visual arts. The talk will start at 6:30pm on December 19, 2016 at Tate Modern. Book your tick
A retrospective on Robert Rauschenberg will open on December 1st at the Tate Modern. This is the first major exhibition of Rauschenberg’s work in the UK for 35 years as well as the first retrospective of the artist since his death in 2008. The exhibition will be on view from December 1, 2016 through April 2, 2017. Visit Tate Modern’s website to learn more about the exhibition.
The Glass House presents Robert Rauschenberg: Spreads and Related Works, a group of paintings and works on paper chosen to compliment the painting Recital (Spread), 1980 which Philip Johnson purchased that same year. Rauschenberg’s Spreads series are composed of wooden panels to which he applied acrylic, solvent transferred imagery, paper collage, fabric and colored or mirrored plastics and commonplace objects such as fans, pillows, buckets and lights. This interplay between two and three dimens
Pace Gallery is honored to represent The Robert Rauschenberg Foundation in New York, London, Beijing and Hong Kong. This fall, the gallery will present its ninth exhibition of Rauschenberg’s work since 1996. Read more from the New York Times here. For more information about the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation, click here. Revisit Robert Rauschenberg at Pace through his Artist Page here.
Pace Gallery is delighted to announce the opening of a new space, Chesa Büsin, in the historic city of Zuoz in the Engadin valley in Switzerland. The inaugural exhibition Carte Blanche traces fifty-four years of the gallery’s history and feature works in which white is the dominant shade by artists including: Alexander Calder, John Chamberlain, Tara Donovan, Robert Irwin, Lee Ufan, Robert Ryman, Yoshitomo Nara, and Hiroshi Sugimoto. Carte Blanche will run from 20 February through 30 March
Pace is pleased to announce its inaugural participation in SP-Arte, taking place at the Pavilhão Ciccillo Matarazzo, in São Paulo from 4 – 7 April 2013. The gallery’s booth (G2) will include Joel, a large-scale oil-on-canvas portrait of American sculptor Joel Shapiro by Chuck Close; an elegant sculpture by Alexander Calder; a stained glass sculpture homage to the legendary Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer by Brian Clarke; and a painting by Mark Rothko. The gallery is proud to feature work
It's been cast in bronze, stuffed in a jar and painted by the likes of Jasper Johns, Man Ray and Alexander Calder. Introducing one of the art world's lesser-known icons: the light bulb. "Burning, Bright: A Short History of the Light Bulb" casts light on 37 of these efforts, by 32 artists. The exhibition opened last week at the Pace Gallery's 545 West 22nd Street outpost in New York and will end Nov. 26. Artists were among the first to fully embrace the incandescent light bulb as "a beautiful sor
A 50th birthday usually signifies a midlife crisis, but not in the case of the Pace Gallery: this week, in celebration of a half-century of being modern, the institution's four New York outposts are debuting a multi-gallery exhibition featuring 200 of the most seminal works to have been displayed at the gallery over the last five decades. (Think works by Andy Warhol, Robert Rauschenberg, and Roy Lichtenstein, as well as Jasper Johns's "Three Flags," which the Pace sold to the Whitney Museum in 1