Remembering the life and death of Robert Rauschenberg

Museum of Outdoor Arts (MOA) opened Colorado’s first solo show of Robert Rauschenberg artworks today at the indoor galleries at Englewood Civic Center. Learn more about this important artist from several people who knew Rauschenberg in person and allowed me to interview them. My feature for Art & Object.
Having researched the man and his art for two different articles to publicize the opening, I’m left with impressions of Rauschenberg’s charismatic personality and sense of humor, as well as his sense of humanity and philanthropy. Rauschenberg seems to have been an artist who understood well the art of living — even to his deathbed.
Read the full article I wrote on the exhibit for Denver Business Journal:
#RobertRauschenberg #Rauschenberg #MuseumofOutdoorArts #MOA #CynthiaMaddenLeitner #EnglewoodCivicCenter #PopArt

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