Robert Rauschenberg In Focus
From Phaidon's Focus series, this book on Robert Rauschenberg documents the life and career of this pioneer of multimedia art. Author Catherine Craft offers an insight into his experimental works, from the Combines fusing painting and sculpture to his collaborations with choreographers such as Merce Cunningham and Trisha Brown.
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|No. of Pages||145|
|No. of Illustrations||Throughout|
|Dimensions||25.2 x 18cm|
|Fabric & material||Hardback|
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Phaidon are adept at packaging up key artists and movements in contemporary art, ensuring each generation has a familiar and forward-thinking way of immersing itself in visual culture. The newest tranche of introductory monographs is Phaidon Focus. [...] The Focus series is an extended primer, a handsome hardback designed to provide an in-depth overview of an artist's life, plus a more concentrated focus on key works from the artist's career to date.
The author of Robert Rauschenberg, Catherine Craft, was a contributing author to the exhibition catalogue Robert Rauschenberg: Haywire – Major Technological Works of the 1960s and is adjunct assistant curator at the Nasher Sculpture Center in Dallas, Texas.
145 pages with over 100 colour illustrations.