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Robert Rauschenberg

In the 50s, Robert Rauschenberg came to fame thanks to the monochrome paintings that he covered with paper to create diverse textures. He next developed his own style, making canvases which he baptized "Combine Paintings", as they combined painting, collage and even assemblage. The integration of various objects in a work led him to reflect on the existence of a real distinction between objets d'art and those objects of everyday life. He is often associated with Neo-Dadaism and pop art.

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