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The X-5 1963 by Robert Indiana (Whitney Museum of American Art, New York)  - Pop Art (Viewed as part of the Exhibit - Robert Indiana - Beyond Love at the Whitney 10/5/13)

The 1963 by Robert Indiana (Whitney Museum of American Art, New York) - Pop Art (Viewed as part of the Exhibit - Robert Indiana - Beyond Love at the Whitney

“Tampa Clay Piece” (1972) isn’t actually made out of cardboard. This work is a fired and silkscreened ceramic, but it derives from Robert Rauschenberg’s long-standing practice of creative reuse. It was inspired by Rauschenberg’s move to Captiva, Florida, where he found the cardboard box to be the most common type of waste on the street.

"Tampa Clay Piece" derives from Robert Rauschenberg’s long-standing practice of recycling.

Winter Pool, 1959  Robert Rauschenberg (American, 1925–2008)  Combine painting: oil, paper, fabric, wood, metal, sandpaper, tape, printed paper, printed reproductions, handheld bellows, and found painting, on two canvases, with ladder

Robert Rauschenberg, Winter Pool, 1959 // I am not always the biggest Rauschenberg fan but sometimes.

Children's illustrator Mike Lowery creates an educational series of graphics filled with cute drawings and fun facts. #illustrations

Children's Illustrator Presents Random Fun Facts as Whimsical Drawings

Children's illustrator Mike Lowery creates an educational series of graphics filled with cute drawings and fun facts.

Wolfgang Laib German, born 1950, Rice House

Wolfgang Laib German, born 1950, Rice House

"monument" for V. Tatlin | The Art Institute of Chicago

Dan Flavin American, "monument" for V.

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