Robert Rauschenberg Rafael Reyes

I want to investigate a series of related works that have showed somewhat of his own analysis, or outlook on the American lifestyle, the ups and downs of the American culture and politics of this country. I also want to look at his works where he uses his method of combining real life, everyday materials from his encounters with his paintings and art work. I believe Robert Rauschenberg was heavily influenced by the historical events and fascinations of America's culture during the 1960's. I also believe that Rauschenberg used everyday materials he come across throughout his endeavors as a way to naturally being reality and art together, promoting the co-existence of both worlds.

Earth Day, 1970, Poster, 33 x 25
Signs, 1970
Current Series, Chi 7 Lawyer Gets 4 Years, 1970
Tropic, 1979, Lithogram, 12 x 21
Cardbird Series, 1971
Ridgeway Cap, 1971, 69 x 48 x 10
1988, Riveted Metal Parts, 46 x 62 x 22
Ca'Pasero, 1973, 2 pillows/rope/wood


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