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Essay heading: Robert Rauschenberg's Almanac
 
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Written by: Nicola Thatcher
Date added: July 1, 2009
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But during the fifties he and his working partner Jasper Johns had the Abstract Expressionists in outrage as Rauschenberg began to fill the surface of his paintings with objects that included stuffed goats and chickens, coca cola bottles and newspapers he began to bring subject matter back into paintings and his work bridged the gap between abstraction and representation...
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According to Time critic Robert Hughes this pioneering work helped to “set free the attitudes that (eventually) made pop art seem culturally acceptable” Rauschenbergs Almanac includes all the beliefs that the artist was firmly about when he reached the sixties. Experimentation; never content with one style Rauschenberg preferred to be forever forging ahead with new mediums and techniques, “once a certain technique or method became easy, I would give it up and try something else,” says Rauschenberg...
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