Robert Rauschenberg: An Oral History

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$42.00
Publisher
Columbia University Press
Publish Date
Pages
328
Dimensions
6.4 X 1.2 X 9.3 inches | 1.45 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780231192767

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About the Author

Sara Sinclair was project manager and lead interviewer for the Robert Rauschenberg Oral History Project at the Columbia Center for Oral History Research. She is the editor of How We Go Home: Voices from Indigenous North America (2020). Peter Bearman is the Jonathan R. Cole Professor of the Social Sciences, director of the Interdisciplinary Center for Innovative Theories and Empirics, and president of the American Assembly at Columbia University. His books include Working for Respect: Community and Conflict at Walmart (Columbia, 2018). Mary Marshall Clark is director of the Columbia Center for Oral History Research and founding codirector, with Peter Bearman, of the Oral History Master of Arts Program at Columbia University. She is coeditor of After the Fall: New Yorkers Remember September 2001 and the Years That Followed (2011) and coeditor of the Columbia Oral History Series.

Reviews

The informative and entertaining voices of this solid work are as idiosyncratic as the artist himself. This is an excellent history for fans of Rauschenberg and mid-20th-century art.--Publishers Weekly
Fall in love with Robert Rauschenberg, galactic master of art and life, through his worldwide collaborations.--Dorothy Lichtenstein, president of the Roy Lichtenstein Foundation
This makes oral history a peculiarly apposite way of approaching him. The voices in Sara Sinclair's new book appear as randomly put together as do the car tyre and stuffed goat of Rauschenberg's combine 'Monogram'. . . . And it is this fabrication that makes Sinclair's book so fine. Rauschenberg emerges from it less as a painting than as a combine; which is to say, a Rauschenberg.--Charles Darwent "Times Literary Supplement "