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 (rou′shən-bûrg′), Robert 1925-2008.
American artist noted for his collages, photomontages, and paintings that incorporate photographs and found objects.


(Biography) Robert. 1925–2008, US artist; one of the foremost exponents of pop art


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Robert, born 1925, U.S. artist.
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Exhibiting at Artexpo New York, an event that has hosted some of the world's most famous artists including Andy Warhol, Peter Max, Robert Rauschenberg, Robert Indian, Keith Haring and Leroy Neiman, marks a significant milestone in Surekha's artistic career.
Casting the materiality of art in the leading role as he captures this flurry of activity, Hubbard adeptly rifles through a catalogue of modernist references that extends to the flatbed effects, scatter strategies, and displays of entropy found in the work of artists as diverse as Jackson Pollock, Robert Rauschenberg, Robert Smithson, and Barry Le Va.
In Chelsea since 1997, Jim Kempner Fine Art specializes in contemporary prints and works on paper; recent exhibitions have featured artists including Robert Rauschenberg, Robert Motherwell, Jennifer Bartlett, Chuck Close, Nan Goldin, Lucien Freud, and David Hockney.