Two for One Robert Rauschenberg Tickets @ Tate Modern £16.80 Offer Expires: 02 April 2017
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Two for One Robert Rauschenberg Tickets @ Tate Modern £16.80 Offer Expires: 02 April 2017

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Found 13th Dec 2016
Not expecting this to get hot but may be useful for some people and just my way of saying thank-you to all the people who post deals on this excellent website. If you are travelling by train to London you can get 241 tickets to this and lots of other exibitions and days out.

Robert Rauschenberg blazed a new trail for art in the second half of the twentieth century. This landmark exhibition celebrates his extraordinary six-decade career, taking you on a dazzling adventure through modern art in the company of a truly remarkable artist.

From paintings including flashing lights to a stuffed angora goat, Rauschenberg’s appetite for incorporating things he found in the streets of New York knew no limits. Pop art silkscreen paintings of Kennedy sit alongside 1000 gallons of bentonite mud bubbling to its own rhythm. Rauschenberg even made a drawing which was sent to the moon.

Each room captures a different moment of this rich journey, from Rauschenberg’s early response to abstract expressionism to his final works saturated in images and colour. Seen together they show how Rauschenberg rethought the possibilities for art in our time.

This exhibition, organised in collaboration with The Museum of Modern Art, New York, is the first full-scale retrospective since the artist’s death in 2008 and the ultimate Rauschenberg experience. It is your one chance to see these major international loans together in one place, while discovering the full story of an inspirational and much-loved artist whose influence is still felt today.

Creating pop art alongside Andy Warhol and making an artwork out of his bed half a century before Tracey Emin, Robert Rauschenberg has been a global influence in the art world. This is the first major exhibition of his work in the UK for 35 years and the first retrospective of the artist since his death in 2008.

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Saw this last week - a great introduction to the artist. A bit gutted I paid full price now though!
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