Rauschenberg: Art and Life (Third Edition)

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Rauschenberg: Art and Life (Third Edition) adds a new chapter to the classi c biography that covers the significant moments in the final years of the artist's life, and offers an in-depth look at his legacy and continued influence on the postmodern art world.

Iconoclastic, generous, inventive, impulsive, sensitive, gregarious, prodigious: these are just some of the words to describe Robert Rauschenberg (1925–2008) and the art he made over his career. From the age of 38, when he received the grand prize at the Venice Biennale in 1964, Rauschenberg was a pivotal figure in the creative explosion of art following WWII.

This revised edition of the classic biography of the artist adds a new chapter covering the significant moments in the final years of his life, and offers an in-depth look at his legacy and continued influence on the postmodern art world. It includes new photography and interviews with friends, colleagues, critics, and art historians.

Written by Mary Lynn Kotz

- Hardcover book
- 368 pages, 10 x 10.5 x 1.5 inches
- 100 color and 120 b&w illustrations
- Third edition, 2018
SKU: 36570

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