Robert Rauschenberg Quotes

Robert Rauschenberg Quotes: I think a painting is more like the real world if it's made out the real world.
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Robert Rauschenberg Quote: Even at this late date, I go into my studio, and I think 'Is this going to be it? Is it the end?' You see, nearly everything terrorizes me. When an artist loses that terror, he's through.
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Quotes about Robert Rauschenberg: I never allowed myself the luxury of those brilliant, beautiful colors until I went to India and saw people walking around in them or dragging them in the mud. I realised they were not so artificial.
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Quote about Robert Rauschenberg: I feel strong in my belief, based on my widely traveled collaborations, that a one-to-one contact through art contains potent peaceful powers, and is the most non-elitist way to share information, hopefully seducing us into creating mutual understandings for the benefit of all.
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Robert Rauschenberg Sayings: If you don't have trouble paying the rent, you have trouble doing something else; one needs just a certain amount of trouble.
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Robert Rauschenberg Saying: I usually work in a direction until I know how to do it, then I stop, At the time that I am bored or understand
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Sayings about Robert Rauschenberg: I don't think any one person, whether artist or not, has been given permission by anyone to put the responsibility of the way things are on anyone else
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Saying about Robert Rauschenberg: The artist's job is to be a witness to his time in history.
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Robert Rauschenberg Quotes: There's a moment for everyone when you fall into your own shadow and the fact is that it's your shadow and you're forced to live in it. And this is nothing to celebrate or not celebrate. It simply is.
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Robert Rauschenberg Quote: I am sick of talking about What and Why I am doing. I have always believed that the WORK is the word. Action is seen less clearly through reason. There are no shortcuts to directness.
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Quotes about Robert Rauschenberg: There was a whole language that I could never make function for myself; it revolved around words like 'tortured', 'struggle'. 'pain''.. ..I could never see these qualities in paint - I could see them in life and art that illustrates life. But I could not see such conflicts in the materials and I knew that it had to be in the attitude of the painter.
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