Rauschenberg, Robert, 1925-2008.
Los Angeles : Museum of Contemporary Art : Steidl, 2005
|提及的人：||Robert Rauschenberg; Robert Rauschenberg; Robert Rauschenberg|
Robert Rauschenberg; Paul Schimmel; Thomas E Crow; Museum of Contemporary Art (Los Angeles, Calif.); Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.); et al
|ISBN:||0914357921 9780914357926 3865211453 9783865211453|
|注意：||Catalog of an exhibition held at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Dec. 20, 2005-Apr. 2, 2006 and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, May 14-Sept. 4, 2006.|
|描述：||317 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 32 cm.|
|内容：||Minutiae and Rauschenberg's combine mode / Charles Stuckey --
Autobiography and self-portraiture in Rauschenberg's combines / Paul Schimmel --
Rise and fall : theme and idea in the combines of Robert Rauschenberg / Thomas Crow --
Rauschenberg's refusal / Branden W. Joseph.
|責任：||organized by Paul Schimmel ; essays by Thomas Crow ... [et al.] ; afterword by Pontus Hulten.|
With these mixed-media works of art, Rauschenberg reinvented collage, changing it from a medium that presses commonplace materials to serve illusion into something very different: a process that undermines both illusion and the idea that a work of art has a unitary meaning. Appearing as either wall-hung works or as freestanding objects, the combines are composed as syncopated grids that draw on materials from everyday life and the history of art. - Metropolitan Museum of Art. This book focuses on the works created roughly between 1954 and 1964, the most important decade in the artist's 50-year career, and constitutes the most complete survey of the Combines ever presented, as well as the most rigorous analysis of their political, social, autobiographical, and aesthetic significance. An introductory essay by exhibition curator Paul Schimmel titled "Reading Rauschenberg" offers an iconographic analysis of the earlier Combines, based on in-depth conversations with the artist. Other texts help to contextualize the Combines, such as Thomas Crow's essay that calls them the major artistic statement of their time. - Publisher.