Photographien 1949-1962

Photographien 1949-1962
Robert Rauschenberg, one of the fathers of American Pop Art, took pictures throughout his life: his family, his studio, while traveling in Europe, artist friends, light and shadow, bodies, everyday objects. Taking pictures was an act of appropriating the real world whose abundance, as he once said, you just have to gather. German edition.

Schirmer/Mosel. Edited by Susan Davidson and David White. With an essay by Nicholas Cullinan. Translated from the English by Walter Ahlers. 232 pages, 167 illustrations including 132 colour and duotone plates. Size: 24 x 28 cm, hardcover. German edition.

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