>Rauschenberg dies, his art lives

>I just saw that Robert Rauschenberg died on May 12th. He was one of the giants of 20th Century American art. He was also one of my “art” heroes.

Rauschenberg reminisces about his seminal “combine” artwork Monogram (1955):

Rauschenberg discusses his famous artwork, Erased de Kooning Drawing (1953), that consisted of erasing an artwork of another famous artist:

Excerpt from Rauschenberg’s 1967 film Linoleum:

Rest in peace.

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