Part of the Tate Introduction series, this book offers a concise and engaging account of Rauschenberg's life, his art, and the ongoing debates concerning his significance.
Author: Ed Krcma
Publisher: Tate Publishing & Enterprises
A lively and accessible introduction to the life and work of Robert Rauschenberg (1925-2008), one of the most inventive and influential artists of the post-war period. An important influence on pop artists in the 1960s, Rauschenberg worked in a variety of media--painting, drawing, photography, sculpture, silkscreen, lithography, and performance--and actively collaborated with musicians, choreographers, and dancers, and with engineers and scientists to pursue the potentials offered by new technologies. Part of the Tate Introduction series, this book offers a concise and engaging account of Rauschenberg's life, his art, and the ongoing debates concerning his significance.
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Author: Gerald C. Liu
What if sounds everywhere lavish divine generosity? Merging insights from Jean-Luc Marion with musical ingenuity from Pierre Boulez and John Cage’s 4’33”, Gerald C. Liu blends the phenomenological, theological, and musical to formulate a hypothesis that in all places, soundscapes instantiate divine giving without boundary. He aims to widen apprehension of holiness in the world, and privileges the ubiquity of sound as a limitless and easily accessible portal for discovering the inexhaustible magnitude of divine giving.
Warhol first met de Antonio (a friend of the artists Robert Rauschenberg and Jasper Johns) in 1960. In his memoir of the 1960s, Warhol recalled an afternoon
when de Antonio visited his studio to look at two paintings: One of them was a
Author: Stephanie Straine
Publisher: Tate Enterprises Ltd
A central figure in pop art, Andy Warhol (1928-1987) was one of the most significant and influential artists of the later twentieth century. In the 1960s he began to explore the growing interplay between mass culture and the visual arts, and his constant experimentation with new processes for the dissemination of art played a pivotal role in redefining access to culture and art as we know it today. • At the height of his fame, Warhol claimed he was "abandoning" painting, shifting his practice towards a commitment to the theoretically limitless channels ofpublishing, film, fashion, music, and broadcasting. It was this "transmission" of art and radical ideas that embodied his ethical conviction that "art should be for everyone". • Stephanie Straine is Assistant Curator at Tate Liverpool, and specialises in American art of the 1960s. Her lively yet authoritative text provides the perfect introduction to the life and work of a pioneering artist whose legacy extends into the digital age.
This newfound style, one that left behind years of erratic experimentation,
emerged as the result of Lichtenstein attending several happenings, organised
by Kaprow, which included performances by John Cage, Robert Rauschenberg
Author: Nathan Dunne
Publisher: Tate Enterprises Ltd
Roy Lichtenstein is one of the best-known and accessible artists of the pop art generation of the 1960s. Taking much of his subject matter from comic strips and popular advertising, Lichtenstein produced large, rigorous and highly stylised paintings such as "Whaam!" and "Drowning Girl". Challenged on the originality of his work, Lichtenstein maintained that its purpose and presentation made it more than just reproduction, and with his characteristic playfulness argued that the purpose of his art was not to be original at all. Lichtenstein's imagery has endured through the decades and is still as iconic as it was fifty years ago, as this fascinating introduction to his life and work proves.This consice book, written by Nathan Dunne, a writer and the editor of Tarkovsky (2008), is the perfect introduction to the life and work of this pop artist and painter.
... introduction by John Rothenstein , Tate Gallery , 1962 Hockney , David , David
Hockney , Thames and Hudson , 1980 ... 1981 Richard Hamilton , introduction
and commentary by Richard Morphet , Tate Gallery , 1970 Robert Rauschenberg
Walter Hopps, Robert Rauschenberg, Susan Davidson, Trisha Brown, Collectif,,
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum ... Exh , cat . with introduction by Kurt
Jungwirth and essay by Wilfried Skreiner . published interview with
Rauschenberg by André Parinaud . Exh . cat . ( Frankfurt ) . Exh . cat . ... 4 - April 5
, 1981 ; Tate Gallery , London , as Robert Rauschenberg , April 29 - June 14 ,
1981 . Exh . cat . ( Berlin ) ...
Author: Walter Hopps
Publisher: Guggenheim Museum Publications
In a career that has spanned nearly 50 years, Robert Rauschenberg has redefined the art of our time. Once branded the bad boy of American modernism, Rauschenberg has taken a revolutionary approach to traditional art forms and worked in an extraordinarily diverse range of mediums. This volume, which explores the entire scope of his achievement, accompanies the first retrospective exhibition of Rauschenberg's work held since 1976, opening at the Guggenheim Museum, New York, in September 1997 and traveling to Houston in early 1998 and then to Europe and Asia. Four essays by leading scholars and curators interpret and analyze Rauschenberg's art while emphasizing his unique contribution across disciplines. Two essays by former collaborators provide insight into his involvement with avant-garde performance and technology. And more than 500 illustrations reproduce Rauschenberg's challenging art, from his revolutionary all-white paintings and acclaimed Combines to prints, photographs, and the recent overseas projects that Rauschenberg has pursued in the belief that art and collaboration have the power to bring about social change. This comprehensive book, which includes an illustrated chronology of Rauschenberg's life and work and up-to-date exhibition and performance histories, will be the essential monograph on Robert Rauschenberg.
Travelling '70/ '76 Robert Rauschenberg, Museo d'arte contemporanea
Donnaregina Mirta D'Argenzio ... Tim MARLOW , “ Robert Rauschenberg , " in Tate ( London ) , 16 ( Winter 1998 ) , pp . 42-47 . ... Introduction by Gary L. Haller .
Essay by ...
Author: Robert Rauschenberg
The booklet provides a detailed description of the American artist's work series presented in the exhibition, such as "Cardboards", "Venetians", "Early Egyptians", "Made in Israel", "Hoarfrosts", and "Jammers", and also includes an extensive bibliography on the subject and a short biography of the artist.
Through an investigation of the history of modern art, the contemporary relevance of this pivotal artistic movement is explained. Concise and accessible, Modern Art: A Very Short Introduction interrogates the ideas of modern art. It questions the notions of what qualifies as 'modern', and explores the ways in which modern art relates to contemporary and postmodern movements. Provocative and engaging, Modern Art: A Very Short Introduction is an ideal guide for gallery goers, students, and all those either interested in, or confused by, the idea of modern art.
ART Rauschenberg at the Tate by Edward Lucie Smith 23 S E TE 30 SECURE
RESTORI LLLLLS LEITEITSTEET ... to see the reception the Tate ' s Robert Rauschenberg retrospective , which opens on April 29 , receives from English art
critics and from the London public . ... The introduction to the Tate Gallery
catalogue has this to say : “ The use of the tyre may remind one of the phrase
used to describe ...
It contains an introduction and an account of the establishment of the Collection
through the Institute of Contemporary ... Don Judd , Robert Rauschenberg and
Carel Visser ; together with an important portfolio by Cy Twombly , examples of
Author: Victoria and Albert MuseumPublish On: 2001-10
393 Kelpra Studio : An Exhibition to Commemorate the Rose and Chris Prater
Gift , introduction by Pat Gilmour , Tate Gallery ... exh . cat . , Whitechapel Art
Gallery , 1995 Rauschenberg , Robert Robert Rauschenberg , exh . cat . , Tate
Author: Victoria and Albert Museum
Publisher: Victoria & Albert Museum
Drawing on the magnificent collection of fine prints at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, this vibrant full-color book celebrates the rich diversity of the print as a 20th-century art form. Edvard Munch, Eduardo Paolozzi, Roy Lichtenstein, Andy Warhol, Marc Chagall, Ben Shahn, and Jasper Johns are just a few of the renowned artists whose prints can be found in these pages. For every year of the 20th century there is a print or set of prints, ranging from an exquisite photogravure of Lincoln Cathedral (1900) to Shroud (2000), a screen print by artist Lee Wagstaff. Every page conveys the innovative possibilities of printmaking that excite the artistic imagination and make this affordable medium so popular with art lovers and collectors.
Author: Marlborough Graphics (New York, N.Y.)Publish On: 1992
Published by the Brooklyn Museum and Hine Editions , San Francisco , 1989 3
9015 02986 9768 Robert Indiana ... Introduction by Werner Spies , edited by Jörg
Schellmann and Josephine Benecke . ... Robert Rauschenberg Robert Rauschenberg : Prints 1948 - 1970 . ... Published by the Tate Gallery , London ,
Author: Marlborough Graphics (New York, N.Y.)
Category: Art portfolios
September 29 - November 28, 1992 Marlborough Graphics
Lake Placid / Glori - Fried / Yarns from New England , 1971 Robert Rauschenberg 1925 born in Port Arthur , Texas , USA 1946 - 50 ... Humlebaek /
Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus , Munich / The Tate Gallery , London : Robert Rauschenberg : Werke 1950 – 1980 ' ( SE , cat . ) ... Like Cornell , Rauschenberg
' s introduction to art was through reproductions seen in library books and his
work treats history ...
Author: Geoffrey Batchen
Publisher: Prestel Pub
Everybody collects something, sometime. Many artists have discovered collecting and saving as a means of artistic expression and have made the storage of objects and information the subject of their work. This ranges from digital memory to rows and stacks of materials to shelves, packaging crates, installations, and entire areas filled with diverse objects stored systematically or in states of utter chaos.
From the author of "Production for Graphic Designers 3e, " this book provides an engaging introduction to the fundamentals of art and design. With a wide range of illustrations, Alan Pipes demonstrates in Part 1 (Elements) how an artist or designer fills a blank canvas, nothingness, with points, lines, shapes, textures, and colors in order to create a sense of space, time, and motion. Part 2 (Rules) reveals how to develop unity and harmony, balance, scale, and proportion, contrast and emphasis, and rhythm--all in the quest for a satisfying illusion. In addition, the author demonstrates his formidable knowledge of computer-aided art and design, supplementing it with his own color or black-white diagrams. This book is ideal for students embarking on courses in graphic design, fine art, and illustration--as well as allied courses in interior design, fashion design, textile design, industrial design, product design, and printmaking.
The Tate Gallery , London . 4 . Frank Stella ... Norton Simon Museum , Gift of Mr
and Mrs Robert A . Rowan , Pasadena , 1971 . 6 . ... Robert Rauschenberg ,
Crocus , 1962 . ... INTRODUCTION The essay which follows is concerned with
Author: Christopher Butler
Publisher: Oxford : Clarendon Press ; New York : Oxford University Press
Category: Arts, Modern
'After the Wake' provides the reader with a critical guide to the development of experimental literature, music, and painting since the Second World War.
Alan Bowness , Robert Rauschenberg ( London : Tate Gallery Publications , n . d
. [ 1980 ] ) , pp . 3 – 4 ; Calvin Tomkins , op ... Cf . David D . Boyden , An Introduction to Music ( London : Faber and Faber , 1971 ) , p . 508 . 63 Cf . Carl
Author: Péter Egri
Publisher: Akademiai Kiado
Category: Art and literature
A discussion on the fortunes and misfortunes of Renaissance forms in modern times raises crucial questions on artistic value and form which this book examines. It looks at the questions in terms of construction, deconstruction and reconstruction of a flexible and feasible approach to axiology, by a comparative and contrastive close reading of selected Renaissance masterpieces and some of their paradigmatic modern caricatures.
23 , 1950 , Allen Tate Papers , Department of Rare Books and Special
Collections , Princeton University Library , Princeton , New Jersey . ... Work by
Buffie Johnson ( March 27 - April 15 , 1950 ) , Betty Parsons Papers , AAA , roll
N68 - 65 , frames 526 - 37 , introduction frame 527 . ... Johns , Morton Feldman ,
Merce Cunningham , Allan Kaprow , Robert Rauschenberg , David Tudor , and
Robert Morris .
Author: CARR CK
Publisher: Smithsonian Inst Scholarly Press
Accompanied by a biographical essay by Carolyn Kinder Carr, this collection of seventy-five of Hans Namuth's photographic portraits, taken between 1950 and 1989, shows how his friendships with his numerous subjects and his determination to capture the essence of each artist resulted in revealing portraits of such notable painters as Willem and Elaine de Kooning, Mark Rothko, Roy Lichtenstein, Jasper Johns, Andrew Wyeth, Helen Frankenthaler, and Andy Warhol. Namuth used pose, setting, and detail in a subtle but telling manner. John Steinbeck appears with his famous dog Charley, Philip Johnson stands jauntily on a staircase in the Museum of Modern Art beside a painting that he donated; an imperious Louise Nevelson wears jewelry that echoes the sweeping lines of her wood sculpture. Carr sets the stage for Namuth's photographic career in America by describing his youth in prewar Germany, his early work as a documentary photographer in Paris and in Spain during the Civil War, his escape from internment in France in 1939, his immigration to New York in 1941, and his wartime intelligence work for the United States Army.
Stedelijk Museum , Amsterdam , 1973 ; Gemeentemuseum , Arnhem , 1974 ; introduction by Rainer Crone . 1958 - 98 , Musée d ' art ... 15 , no . 4 , 1992 , Peter
Blake , Tate Gallery , London , 1983 . we R . B . Kitaj R . B . Kitaj : A Retrospective
, Tate Gallery ... Richard Morphet . Jasper Johns : a retrospective , Museum of
Modern Art , New York , 1996 ; texts by Kirk Varnedoe and Roberta Bernstein . pp
Author: Paul Moorhouse
Conceived as a visual dialogue between American and British pop, this book brings together key works by major pop artists working on both sides of the Atlantic in the 1950s and 1960s.
Author: Jewish Museum (New York, N.Y.)Publish On: 1964
Four germinal painters: Morris Louis, Kenneth Noland, Robert Rauschenberg, Jasper Johns. ... The Popular Image Exhibition , " The Washington Gallery of Mod
- ern Art , Washington , D . C . , 1963 ; Gulbenkian Foundation , Tate Gallery ,
London ... 1962 ; Milan , Galleria dell ' Ariete , Rauschenberg , text by Gillo
Dorfles , 1961 ; New York , Museum of Modern Art , Sixteen Americans , introduction by ...