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Black and White Photo of Robert Rauschenberg with Gold Star
Rauschenberg at Gemini G.E.L., Los Angeles, during the Stoned Moon project, 1969

From the Archives

Mar 3, 2017
A black-and-white photograph of Rauschenberg smiling broadly, wearing a star badge on his shirt, was taken by Sidney Felsen, while Rauschenberg was working at Gemini G.E.L. on his Stoned Moon project. On the invitation of NASA, Rauschenberg journeyed to Cape Canaveral, Florida in July 1969 to witness the Apollo 11 space launch—the first mission to land man on the moon. The Stoned Moon project, consisting of thirty-four lithographs, was created by Rauschenberg and produced in collaboration with Ken Tyler, a master printer at Los Angeles–based Gemini G.E.L. studios. Source images for the...
Photo: Courtesy Williams College Museum of Art

First exhibition to make extensive use of Robert Rauschenberg Foundation archives

Mar 3, 2017
Robert Rauschenberg: Autobiography brings together 26 original works of art with 56 archival objects primarily on loan from the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation and centers on the artist’s monumental print, Autobiography , 1968. The exhibition will be on view at WCMA from March 17 through August 20, 2017. The Robert Rauschenberg Foundation has been processing the artist’s archives over the last two years and recently made them fully accessible to scholars. The Foundation’s “Shuffle” program facilitates collaborations with college and university museums, in which works from the Foundation’s art...

Meet the Artists: Rauschenberg Residency 25

Mar 3, 2017
Visit the Artists-in-Residence page to learn more about this group of artists.