Glut (1986–89/1991–94)

Rauschenberg used scrap metal, such as gas station signs and deteriorated automotive and industrial parts, transforming them into this sculptural series of wall reliefs and freestanding assemblages. 

Yellow Moby Glut
1986
1986
Regilar Diary Glut, 1986
Regilar Diary Glut
1986
1986
No Wake Glut, 1986
No Wake Glut
1986
1986
Sunset Glut
1987
1987
Albino Spring Glut (Neapolitan)
1987
1987
Greek Toy Glut (Neapolitan)
1987
1987
Greenhouse Glut (Neapolitan)
1987
1987
Mercury Zero Summer Glut
1987
1987
Niagara Summer Glut
1987
1987
Cathedral Late Summer Glut
1987
1987
Stop Side Early Winter Glut
1987
1987
Snow Gate Winter Glut
1987
1987
Curly Que Summer Glut
1988
1988
Appalachian Double Latch Spring Glut
1989
1989
Soaring Dribble Glut
1992
1992
Nile Throne Glut
1992
1992
Chrome Castle Glut (Neapolitan)
1987
1987
Yellow Visor Glut
1989
1989
Gooey Duck Late Summer Glut
1987
1987
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Balcone Glut (Neapolitan)
1987
1987