Rauschenberg's dance and performance related work front and centre of new survey exhibition at Tate Modern

Coming in hot from its stint in the States

Glacial Decoy, choreographed and performed by Trisha Brown (left) (Photo: © Babette Mangolte)

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.

Originally appeared in The Art Newspaper as 'Rauschenberg rocks up in New York'