COLLABORATIONS

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Kerber

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Hardcover, 9.5 x 11 in. / 244 pgs / 59 color / 101 bw.

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Robert Rauschenberg & Jean Tinguely: Collaborations

Edited by Roland Wetzel, Mari Dumett, Manuela Kraft, Heinz Stahlhut, Jean-Paul Ameline.

"It is unhealthy to only stew in one's own juice, which is why I need to work with others-- it prevents me from becoming fat and complacent. Collaborating with others takes the focus away from your own person, (and let's face it :) a life spent with no one but yourself can become quite tedious."<p>Featured image, of Niki de Saint Phalle, Robert Rauschenberg and Jean Tinguely, is reproduced from <a href="9783866783546.html"> Robert Rauschenberg & Jean Tinguely: Collaborations </a>. Over the course of his entire career, Robert Rauschenberg dedicated works to only five other artists: John Cage, Merce Cunningham, Marcel Duchamp, Jasper Johns, and the Swiss artist Jean Tinguely. The practices of Tinguely and Rauschenberg, both of whom were born in 1925, intersected kinetically during a few pivotal years in the early 1960s. In a 1960 exhibition at The Museum of Modern Art in New York, just weeks after Tinguely arrived in New York for the first time, the Swiss artist presented "Homage to New York," a self-destructing mass of metal to which Rauschenberg contributed a toaster that flung silver dollars at the audience. The two men joined forces on several more artistic projects, despite their aesthetic differences: Rauschenberg once remarked of Tinguely, "He liked mechanical things such as engines; I preferred hedonistic things such as bathtubs." Robert Rauschenberg & Jean Tinguely: Collaborations documents this productive friendship.

"It is unhealthy to only stew in one's own juice, which is why I need to work with others-- it prevents me from becoming fat and complacent. Collaborating with others takes the focus away from your own person, (and let's face it :) a life spent with no one but yourself can become quite tedious."

Featured image, of Niki de Saint Phalle, Robert Rauschenberg and Jean Tinguely, is reproduced from Robert Rauschenberg & Jean Tinguely: Collaborations .

Robert Rauschenberg & Jean Tinguely: Collaborations

STATUS: Out of stock indefinitely.

FROM THE BOOK
"What Rauschenberg and Tinguely were experimenting with in these 'collaborations' was the art both of them wished to connect with life. Moreover, the two artists were convinced that there was great creative potential in cooperation that went beyond the limited thrust of the individual as a small creative cog in the large realm of art production, which could lead to greater artistic freedom."

Roland Wetzel, excerpted from Robert Rauschenberg & Jean Tinguely: Collaborations .

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