Robert Rauschenberg

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Art, enlightenment and plenty of sex: life according to John Giorno

Some takeaways from the late US artist and poet’s new memoir Great Demon Kings

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The top ten auction results of 2019—and the art market trends they reveal

We look back at the biggest art sales of the year, which reveal a concentration on New York over London and a continued dominance of 20th century male artists

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See the unguarded side of New York's Modern art legends

Ugo Mulas photographed the 1960s New York art scene and his pictures are now on show at Matthew Marks

Rabbit hops to a record $91m at Christie's as Jeff Koons once again becomes the world's most expensive living artist

Post-war and contemporary sale in New York also produced a big sale for Robert Rauschenberg and new records for Louise Bourgeois and Jonas Wood

Baltimore museum sells blue-chip art to buy works by minority artists

Five works made around $18m (with fees) at auctions at Sotheby’s New York on 19 May, and two were bought for undisclosed sums in private sales

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When Robert Rauschenberg erased a drawing by Willem de Kooning in 1953, he was investigating the possibilities of what art could be—not just additive creation, but also conscious erasure

Artists would do well to invest in their own work, study says

New research suggests that artists may be better off retaining equity in their own work than investing in the stock market

Rauschenberg draws the crowds

The artist's "fast entertainment for people in stress" is for sale at Art Basel in Miami Beach

Kathy Halbreich to lead Rauschenberg Foundation

The current associate director of MoMA plans to put her relationships with artists "to very good use"

The hell of modern media: on Robert Rauschenberg's Dante series

A new book on the drawings synthesises a range of information, but leaves certain questions unanswered

Rauschenberg inspires tomorrow’s curators

The Rauschenberg Foundation competition is now open

Rauschenberg’s collection gets New York outing at Sperone Westwater

“Radio Waves: New York ‘Nouveau Réalisme’ and Rauschenberg” provides a snapshot of the 1960s art scene

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Rauschenberg’s foundation could outspend Warhol’s

The artist’s foundation reveals its intention to become one of the largest grant-making organisations in the country

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"A new kind of freedom in looking": Remembering the birth of Art Basel on its fortieth anniversary

Artists, buyers, sellers, organisers, critics and restaurateurs have recorded their memories of Art Basel’s first four decades

Tomlin says ta-ta to Rauschenberg

The long time friend and collector of Rauschenberg has seven up for sale

Interview with Robert Rauschenberg: Commemorating the artist

We reprint extracts from an interview with one of the most important artists of the post-war era

Rauschenberg gallery to continue lawsuit after artist’s death

Case seeks to punish defendant for selling works found in trash

Rauschenberg sues artist for selling his trash

Robert Francis Montgomery's dumpster diving has landed him in litigation

Fontainebleau Hotel commissions major artists to become a true 'art hotel'

The Fontainebleau will show works by Turrell, Ai Weiwei and Rauschenberg

News from New York: Marathon sailing and cycling, while Marina Abramovic bares all

The Yugoslavian artist draws the crowds at the Guggenheim with her racy restaging of iconic performance art

Obrist, Rosenquist and more pay tribute to Robert Rauschenberg

The opening Bulgari Conversation spoke fondly of the artist who was welcomed with spontaneous applause

Pinault sells Rauschenberg to MoMA for $30 million

French billionaire has recently sold works by Rothko, Warhol and Mondrian

Retrospectives boost Flavin but damaged Rauschenberg in 1998

As Flavin’s survey continues its US run, recent record prices for the artist show how exhibitions affect the market

What's On: Robert Rauschenberg's Short stories at the Waddington Galleries

Viewers are encouraged to bring their own meaning to these mysterious images

I, dealer in heroes: Obituary for Leo Castelli

In memory of the man behind Jasper Johns, Robert Rauschenberg, Frank Stella, Cy Twombly, James Rosenquist and Roy Lichtenstein

Rauschenberg posts bail for his works

The artist has reached a settlement to allow his works to continue touring after being sued by an art consultant

Rauschenbergs confiscated from exhibition

Police take works of art off the walls to recover $5.5 million debt

Robert Rauschenberg: 'Business sure screwed up the art world universally'

On the occasion of his Guggenheim retrospective, the artist talks about his globe-trotting approach to “the adventure of art”

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News from New York: All is flux

Ex-Sotheby’s David Nash opens as dealer, Paula Cooper relaunches, and Rauschenberg flirts with PaceWildenstein

The infancy of Pop Art on show at the LA Museum of Contemporary Art

Exploring the early works of Johns, Rauschenberg, Warhol and the young masters of Pop

Salvaging 1950s Rauschenberg: The artist's early work goes on show in San Fransisco

This exhibition recovers missing works and provides clues for his development

What's on in New York: Bars, overlays, assemblages, and plug-in art

Arman, Bailey, Johns, Ono, Rauschenberg, Salle, and more

Unfamiliar early Rauschenbergs at the Corcoran

A broad range of rarely exhibited works tour the US

What's on in New York: From Andre Emmerich to Zabriskie

Major show of political art dominates at John Weber Gallery, and there is also a new group of Rauschenberg’s (this year’s flavour) and Beckmann, Barlach, Lehmbruck and Constable on offer