What do you need to transform a de Kooning into a Rauschenberg? 1 month and 40 erasers.
In 1953, Rauschenberg asked artist Willem de Kooning, an Abstract Expressionist painter whom he admired, for a drawing to erase. De Kooning agreed, selecting a drawing that he thought would be particularly difficult to rub out. Rauschenberg claimed that it took him a month, and about 40 erasers, to complete the job. He kept the erased drawing in his studio for two years. In 1955, when he was invited to submit a drawing to show at the Elinor Poindexter Gallery, Jasper Johns persuaded him to exhibit it. Johns placed the drawing in a gold frame and produced the work’s inscription.
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(27 April 2016 | Day 7/30) technically it is midnight so it is a new day, right?
now finishing some review questions for tomorrow’s astronomy test! my header is so cute thanks to a mixture of two of @studypetals templates. Tiffany blue is always a nice touch!