(Pdf) Encounters with Rauschenberg A Lavishly Illustrated Lecture BY Leo Steinberg


Re. S the Erased DeKooning Drawing Bed And Monogram He Explains Drawing Bed and Monogram He xplains subtle differences between his interpretations and those of other critics such as Clement and Hilton Kramer He candidly reflects on how he has changed his mind over the years and his new ideas about Rauschenberg's work with precise fresh his mind over the years and defends his new ideas about Rauschenberg's work with precise fresh He critically valuates Rauschenberg's recent work and addresses how it falls short from the artist's arlier workFrom Rauschenberg's silk screen prints of the 1960s to the vegetable dye transfer prints of. In his insightful and ngrossing lecture Leo Steinberg surveys

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critiues the of Robert Rauschenberg one of the great American post war artists He also discusses his Own Experience As A experience as a in the xciting and turbulent art world of New York in the 1950s and 1960s The result is a rare glimpse not only into Rauschenberg but also into SteinbergWith the sharpness 1960s The result is a rare glimpse not only into Rauschenberg but also into SteinbergWith the sharpness confidence that can only come from a critic who has long been involved with Rauschenberg's work Steinberg offers an in depth discussion of such major pieces

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At. The 1990s Steinberg warns against the dangers of overinterpretation and iconographic nthusiasm He argues that the unifying strand through this great work is his drive to appropriate to take objects and images from world and make them his own by making them become a part of his artProvocative intelligent and beautifully articulated Steinberg's words shed light on one remarkable artist and on the post artProvocative intelligent and beautifully articulated Steinberg's words shed light on one remarkable artist and on the post York art scene on Steinberg's particular appreciation of Rauschenberg and on his life's work as an art critic. Encounters with Rauschenberg A Lavishly Illustrated Lecture