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Rauschenberg once said, "L.A. can change any way. It’s soft and malleable and flexible” in a 1998 interview with the @latimes. Fittingly, L.A. would be a place where Rauschenberg shifted and stretched the boundaries of his practice, which manifested in his long-term relationship with the print workshop Gemini G.E.L.

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Rauschenberg’s first collaboration with @geminigel challenged the capacities of printmaking by combining the methods of silkscreen and lithography to produce Booster (1967). Running six feet tall, Booster was the largest hand-pulled lithograph at the time of its construction. #Rauschenberg worked closely with Gemini G.E.L. and their print masters on various projects throughout the rest of his career.
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Years later Rauschenberg established his own print workshop on his Captiva property in 1971, called Untitled Press, Inc. Gemini G.E.L. made the distance from L.A. feel shorter – just a stone’s throw away – by generously contributing lithography stones to Rauschenberg’s Florida press.

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To see more of Rauschenberg’s L.A. works, check out “Rauschenberg: In and About L.A.” at LACMA through February 10, 2019. Tune into the @lacma Instagram story at 2 pm PST/5 pm EST today for a Q&A about Rauschenberg! #RauschenbergInLA #LA

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Rauschenberg once said, "L.A. can change any way. It’s soft and malleable and flexible” in a 1998 interview with the @latimes. Fittingly, L.A. would be a place where Rauschenberg shifted and stretched the boundaries of his practice, which manifested in his long-term relationship with the print workshop Gemini G.E.L.

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Rauschenberg’s first collaboration with @geminigel challenged the capacities of printmaking by combining the methods of silkscreen and lithography to produce Booster (1967). Running six feet tall, Booster was the largest hand-pulled lithograph at the time of its construction. #Rauschenberg worked closely with Gemini G.E.L. and their print masters on various projects throughout the rest of his career.
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Years later Rauschenberg established his own print workshop on his Captiva property in 1971, called Untitled Press, Inc. Gemini G.E.L. made the distance from L.A. feel shorter – just a stone’s throw away – by generously contributing lithography stones to Rauschenberg’s Florida press.

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To see more of Rauschenberg’s L.A. works, check out “Rauschenberg: In and About L.A.” at LACMA through February 10, 2019. Tune into the @lacma Instagram story at 2 pm PST/5 pm EST today for a Q&A about Rauschenberg! #RauschenbergInLA #LA

Prepping for some experimentation with an old photography process. Mixing light sensitive chemicals and coated material and papers to dry in the darkened airing cupboard overnight. Just need some sun in Delabole tomorrow to compete step 2đŸŒžđŸ€Ł
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Rauschenberg once said, "L.A. can change any way. It’s soft and malleable and flexible” in a 1998 interview with the @latimes. Fittingly, L.A. would be a place where Rauschenberg shifted and stretched the boundaries of his practice, which manifested in his long-term relationship with the print workshop Gemini G.E.L.

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Rauschenberg’s first collaboration with @geminigel challenged the capacities of printmaking by combining the methods of silkscreen and lithography to produce Booster (1967). Running six feet tall, Booster was the largest hand-pulled lithograph at the time of its construction. #Rauschenberg worked closely with Gemini G.E.L. and their print masters on various projects throughout the rest of his career.
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Years later Rauschenberg established his own print workshop on his Captiva property in 1971, called Untitled Press, Inc. Gemini G.E.L. made the distance from L.A. feel shorter – just a stone’s throw away – by generously contributing lithography stones to Rauschenberg’s Florida press.

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To see more of Rauschenberg’s L.A. works, check out “Rauschenberg: In and About L.A.” at LACMA through February 10, 2019. Tune into the @lacma Instagram story at 2 pm PST/5 pm EST today for a Q&A about Rauschenberg! #RauschenbergInLA #LA

UPPS, schon 20000 KM. Seit ziemlich genau 1 Jahr begleite ich jetzt unsere FahrschĂŒler mit der Street Glide. Es gibt nichts schöneres, als sein Hobby zum Beruf zu machen. Ach ja, wir brauchen noch VerstĂ€rkung im Team, sowohl in der Motorrad- wie auch in der Autoausbildung. Also wer möchte auch sein Hobby zum Beruf machen? Wir sind ĂŒbrigens auch Ausbildungsfahrschule fĂŒr angehende Fahrlehrer. 😉🏍🏎#biketobike#harleydavidson#suzuki#triumph#honda#fahrschulemachtspaß#stadtallendorf#kirchhain#rauschenberg#fahrschulethorstenbaumbach#marburg#giessen#wetzlar#frankfurtammain

4 Amerikanen : jasper johns, alfred lesley, rauschenberg, stankiewicz
Stedelijk museum catalogue N°310
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Année : 1962
Editeur : Stedelijk museum, Amsterdam
Pages : 8, pliées
Format : 19 x 25,7 cm
Langue : Néerlandais

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Catalogue de l'exposition 4 Amerikanen : jasper johns, alfred lesley, rauschenberg, stankiewicz au Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, 1962

Design : Willem Sandberg - Piet Van Der Have

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Postmodern art is a body of art movements that sought to contradict some aspects of modernism or some aspects that emerged or developed in its aftermath. In general, movements such as intermedia, installation art, conceptual art and multimedia, particularly involving video are described as postmodern.

There are several characteristics which lend art to being postmodern; these include bricolage, the use of text prominently as the central artistic element, collage, simplification, appropriation, performance art, the recycling of past styles and themes in a modern-day context, as well as the break-up of the barrier between fine and high arts and low art and popular culture.

Postmodernism describes movements which both arise from, and react against or reject, trends in modernism.

Postmodern artists: Jackson Pollock, Marcel Duchamp, Barnett Newman, Eva Hesse, Yves Klein, Robert Rauschenberg, David Hockney, Andy Warhol and others.

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