Rauschenberg rocks up in New York

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After a successful run at Tate Modern, a career survey of Robert Rauschenberg’s work comes to the Museum of Modern Art in New York (Robert Rauschenberg: Among Friends, 21 May-17 September). More than 250 works in a variety of media made over six decades are part of the exhibition, which has been designed in collaboration with the artist Charles Atlas. His contribution highlights Rauschenberg’s dance and performance-related work, which included the costume, lighting and set design for Glacial Decoy, a 1979 performance by the late choreographer Trisha Brown. Rauschenberg developed the design with Beverly Emmons.

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