Can the public see Robert Rauschenberg's work and other work held by the Foundation?
The best way to see work by Rauschenberg is to check our Exhibitions listing and On View page.
I am doing research on Robert Rauschenberg. How can I access the Foundation's archives?
Access to the Robert Rauschenberg Archives, housed at the foundation, is by appointment only. Learn more about the archives' collections and how to access.
I would like to purchase a work by Rauschenberg or understand my work’s value. Who can I contact?
The Robert Rauschenberg Foundation is represented by the Pace Gallery, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, and Galeria Luisa Strina.
I have a Rauschenberg work that I'd like more information on. Who should I contact?
If you would like the exhibition history or a description of a particular piece, please contact our Collections Manager Gina Guy at email@example.com. This is not an authentication of work: rather, we can provide information on named works as referenceable and accurate scholarship.
Does the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation authenticate or attribute works of art?
Neither the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation nor any of its affiliates authenticate or attribute artwork.
Who do I contact to discuss including a Rauschenberg piece in an exhibition?
If you are a curator working on an exhibition and wish to include a Rauschenberg piece held by the foundation, please contact our Senior Curator David White at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please include the following information:
Name and/or description of artwork in which you are interested
Name and description of exhibition
Venue(s) and date(s) of exhibition
All pertinent contact information
We will review each request and respond accordingly.
Who do I contact to use an image of a Rauschenberg work?
All image requests for publication, scholarship and non-product-based commercial use should contact VAGA at Artists Rights Society: email@example.com.
All media and press-related usage requests may be directed to
Does the foundation consider donating artwork to auctions or charity functions?
The foundation does not donate artwork for auctions or charity events.
Does the foundation support international projects?
U.S. based artists may conduct international projects through our Artist as Activist program. However we are not yet able to offer grants to international organizations or artists directly. The vision of the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation includes broadening our scope to support international organizations; please stay tuned by joining our mailing list.
How can I apply for a Grant?
At this time there are no current or upcoming open calls for any grant programs. Open calls are the only way in which those interested may apply.
Can I apply to the Rauschenberg Residency in Captiva?
The selection process for the Rauschenberg Residency is by invitation only. At this time, there is no application process. Selectors, who represent cultural and artistic diversity, anonymously identify artists and other creative thinkers, emerging and recognized, from a variety of backgrounds, disciplines and geographies to create a diverse mix of participants for seven annual residencies.
Can I apply to the Rauschenberg Foundation Archives Research Residency?
Yes, via an annual open call each fall. Applications for the Rauschenberg Foundation Archives Research Residency are accepted from individuals of all disciplines that demonstrate a compelling need to use the Foundation archives in New York. More information on this program can be found in Grants.
What is the difference between the Rauschenberg Residency in Captiva and the Rauschenberg Foundation Archives Research Residency?
The Robert Rauschenberg Foundation Archives Research Residency and the Rauschenberg Residency in Captiva are independent programs. The Robert Rauschenberg Foundation Archives Research Residency provides partial support exclusively for research onsite at the Rauschenberg Foundation in New York and does not provide housing or space to create work. Rauschenberg Residency in Captiva hosts artists of all disciplines from around the world to live, work, and create at Robert Rauschenberg’s former property on Captiva Island, Florida. Participation in one residency does not include participation in the other.