Robert Rauschenberg: Channel Surfing

Channel Surfing exhibition at Pace Gallery in NYC, focuses on the Rauschenberg’s response to the rise of global media culture from the early 1980s to the mid-2000s, and a return to painting after taking a break from art. His new works combine his canvases with elements of photography, printmaking, and sculpture exploring of the reach and power of technology.

Featured image: Spindle Top Rock Glut, 1988 assembled metal

Design and Style Report image, Robert Rauschenberg mixed media artwork at Pace NY
Climb (Urban Bourbon), 1993
silkscreen ink and acrvlic on stainless steel with steel and rubber
Design and Style Report image, Robert Rauschenberg mixed media artwork detail at Pace NY
Climb detail
Design and Style Report image, Robert Rauschenberg chair sculpture mix at Pace NY
Nile Throne Glut, 1992 assembled metal on wheels
Design and Style Report image, Robert Rauschenberg painting and photography mix at Pace NY
Colonnade (Salvage), 1984 silkscreen ink, acrylic and fabric on canvas
Design and Style Report image, Robert Rauschenberg sculpture mix at Pace NY
Non-Negotiable Glut, 1992
assembled metal, vinyl valise and chain
Design and Style Report image, Robert Rauschenberg photography and sculpture mix at Pace NY
The Interloper Tries His Disguises (Kabal
American Zephyr), 1982
solvent transfer and acrylic on plywood with tire
tread, Iron wheel and engraved brass plate
Design and Style Report image, Robert Rauschenberg yellow sculpture mix at Pace NY
Regilar Diary Glut, 1986 riveted metal
Design and Style Report image, Robert Rauschenberg photography and painting mix at Pace NY
Scoop [Anagram (A Pun)], 1998
inkjet pigment transfer on polylaminate

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