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"Ozone Bus Billboard 1991 30x144" by Robert Rauschenberg - New Listing

Ozone Bus Billboard 1991 30x144



Robert Rauschenberg

Vinyl Screen Printed Self Adhesive Bus Billboard For 1991 Roci Show At National

Size: 30 x 144 in  |  76 x 366 cm

Edition: Not numbered

Other : Rauschenberg Foundation is Printed on Right End of Billboard in Rauschenberg's W
Condition: Other - It is a used bus billboard
Purchased from : Other 1991
Certificate of Authenticity : Art Brokerage
Robert Rauschenberg

Art Brokerage: Robert Rauschenberg American Artist: b. 1925- 2008. Born in Port Arthur, Texas in 1925, Robert Rauschenberg imagined himself first as a minister and later as a pharmacist. It wasn't until 1947, while in the U.S. Marines that Rauschenberg discovered his aptitude for drawing and his interest in the artistic representation of everyday objects and people. After leaving the Marines he studied art in Paris on the G.I. Bill, but quickly became disenchanted with the European art scene. After less than a year Rauchenberg moved to North Carolina. There, with artists such as dancer Merce Cunningham and musician John Cage, Rauschenberg began what was to be an artistic revolution. Soon, North Carolina country life began to seem small and Rauchenberg left for New York to make it as a painter. There, amidst the chaos and excitement of city life Rauschenberg realized the full extent of what he could bring to painting. Rauschenberg's enthusiasm for popular culture and his rejection of the angst and seriousness of the Abstract Expressionists led him to search for a new way of painting. He found his signature mode by embracing materials traditionally outside of the artist's reach. From the mid sixties through the seventies he continued the experimentation in prints by printing onto aluminum, moving plexiglass disks, clothes, and other surfaces. Listings wanted.

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