Appreciate: Robert Rauscherberg

Robert Rauscherberg was a man who was ahead of his time. The American painter and graphic designer was known for his ability to take a wide array of objects and non-traditional materials, like trash, and arranged them in combinations, or “Combines” as he  called them, that were fresh and innovative. He stated that he wanted to work”in the gap between art and life”, blurring the definition of what was art and what was everyday life. His works were thought to be “neo dadist”, which focused more on the work of art then just generating it. He is famous for erasing a drawing done by de Kooning as an example of this artist statement. He passed away in 2008, but his work lives on with his eponymous foundation, that still has a majority of his works from different periods of his life. More of his work can be found here.

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