Robert Rauschenberg exhibition, at the Tate Modern (Dec 2016)

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This will be the first posthumous retrospective of Robert Rauschenberg's work in the UK, and the first major exploration of his work for nearly twenty years.

Rauschenberg's innovative career was fired by his endless enthusiasm and passion for travel, and his refusal to be straight-jacketed by rules and conventions.

He made use of everything from painting and print-making, to performance, photography and sculpture, and this exhibition will bring together key works from each period of his career.

 

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