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Rauschenberg Chairs and Steps Sculpture
The Ancient Incident (Kabal American Zephyr), 1981

Shuffle: A Rauschenberg Artwork Lending Library

Sep 9, 2014
Shuffle makes available selections from the Rauschenberg Foundation art collection for exhibition in art institutions throughout the United States. Joining philanthropic initiative with the goal of nurturing the artist’s legacy, Shuffle loans are underwritten by the Foundation. Projects can range from a focused presentation of a single artwork to exhibitions of numerous works. Committed to audience development and new scholarship, the program seeks to connect with university and regional museums. Shuffle encourages dialogue with partnering institutions’ collections. The program draws its name...
Rauschenberg and Walter Hopps 1976
Rauschenberg and curator Walter Hopps, installing Minutiae (1954) for the retrospective exhibition, Robert Rauschenberg, National Collection of Fine Arts, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C., 1976. Photo: Gianfranco Gorgoni, www.gianfrancogorgoni.it

THE ART NEWSPAPER ANNOUNCES THE ROBERT RAUSCHENBERG EMERGING CURATOR COMPETITION

Jul 7, 2014
The Robert Rauschenberg Foundation has partnered with Artsy to create an Emerging Curator Competition for graduate and undergraduate students world-wide. Our objectives are to increase access to art and archival resources digitally; to create a program to benefit aspiring curators and their institutions; and to foster new scholarship. In keeping with that vision, the competition encourages a new generation of curators to use digital tools to bring new views and ideas to global audiences. The jury for the Rauschenberg Emerging Curator Competition is comprised of five renowned artists, curators...
Robert Rauschenberg Crushed Stop Sign Sculpture
Stop Side Early Winter Glut, 1987

Six Major Art Institutions Acquire Seminal Rauschenberg Works

Apr 4, 2014
New York— The Robert Rauschenberg Foundation today announced that six major museums across the United States have acquired nine works by artist Robert Rauschenberg through the foundation’s Gift/Purchase Program. This one-year program was designed to expand public access to and awareness of the artist’s work by offering museums a rare opportunity to acquire artworks from the foundation’s holdings through equal parts gift and purchase. “When Rauschenberg’s work transferred to the foundation, we committed ourselves to ensuring the broadest access possible to his art by helping to place works in...

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