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2018-19 CIR Jason Neve demonstrates pasta making to artists-in-residence Amanda Galvan Huynh, Elizabeth Schwaiger, and Paul Mpagi Sepuya.

Rauschenberg Foundation Announces Open Call for 2019/2020 Chef-in-Residence in Captiva, Florida

Feb 2, 2019
Chefs at all stages of their careers are encouraged to apply by March 10, 2019. The Robert Rauschenberg Foundation announces an open call for applications to be the next Chef in Residence at its artists’ residency program in Captiva Island, Florida. The position begins on June 3, 2019, and is for one year. Inaugurated in 2016, the Chef-in-Residence (CIR) program at the Rauschenberg Residency is an annual opportunity for a chef to participate in an active artists’ community while also focusing on community outreach to help the Foundation strengthen its relationships with organizations across...

MEET THE ARTISTS: RAUSCHENBERG RESIDENCY 36

Jan 1, 2019
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Robert Rauschenberg: Spreads, 1975–83 at Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, London

Nov 11, 2018
First UK Exhibition Dedicated to Rauschenberg's Major Series of Spreads , Inspired by "Autobiographical Feelings," After His Celebrated Combines “They are more like ideas than objects―reels of association run through the projector of a mind unusually sensitive to the up-and-down jangles of modern life.” - Thomas B. Hess Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac London, together with the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation, presents the first UK exhibition dedicated to the American artist’s remarkable Spreads , a series that occupies an important position in his oeuvre. The large-scale Spreads (1975–83) encapsulate...

MEET THE ARTISTS: RAUSCHENBERG RESIDENCY 35

Nov 11, 2018
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Rauschenberg: the 1/4 Mile and In and About L.A. at LACMA

Oct 10, 2018
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) presents Rauschenberg: The 1/4 Mile , an expansive installation featuring pioneering American artist Robert Rauschenberg’s magnum opus The 1/4 Mile or 2 Furlong Piece (1981–98). Completed over a period of 17 years, The 1/4 Mile is composed of 190 panels that, combined, measure approximately 1,000 feet—or nearly a quarter mile—in length. Signifying the distance between Rauschenberg’s studio and his home on Captiva Island, Florida, the quarter-mile span is representative of the artist’s central belief in working in the “gap between” art and life...
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MEET THE ARTISTS: RAUSCHENBERG RESIDENCY 34 - ARTISTS' COMMUNITY ADMINISTRATOR RESIDENCY

Oct 10, 2018
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Robert Rauschenberg: Vydocks in Hong Kong

Sep 9, 2018
Pace Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of Robert Rauschenberg’s Vydock series – large-scale works of acrylic paint, silkscreened images of Rauschenberg’s own photographs and graphite on white aluminum. Rarely seen since its initial exhibition in 1995, the Vydock series features the white background that characterizes much of Rauschenberg’s later production, and bridges the artist’s earlier works on metal with his later Anagram (1995–97) and Anagram (A Pun) (1997–2002) series. Presented in Pace’s recently-opened gallery in Hong Kong’s new H Queen’s building, Robert Rauschenberg:...
Robert Rauschenberg Sorting through the photography archives at the Miami Herald
Rauschenberg at the Miami Herald, looking through photography archives for source material for Cover for Tropic, The Miami Herald (1979), published in an edition of 600,000, December 1979. Photo: Attributed to John Doman.

Archives Research Residency Open Call

Sep 9, 2018
Today we announce the open call for the second Robert Rauschenberg Foundation Archives Research Residency (formerly Travel Fund), a program that provides partial support for costs related to travel and living expenses that scholars may incur in order to do research at the Rauschenberg Foundation and its Archives located in Manhattan, New York. The Robert Rauschenberg Foundation Archives, consisting of Robert Rauschenberg’s personal papers and the records from his Florida and New York studios, is the most comprehensive body of information on the artist’s life and career. The 2019 Rauschenberg...

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