Can artists be taken at their word? Tomorrow, we’ll explore the work

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Can artists be taken at their word? Tomorrow, we’ll explore the work

Can artists be taken at their word? Tomorrow, we’ll explore the work

Can artists be taken at their word? Tomorrow, we’ll explore the work and words of three #MoMACollection masters: Robert Rauschenberg, Jackson Pollock, and Jasper Johns, and evaluate the extent their intentions match up with their creations. “Text and Image in the 1950s: Do Artists Practice What They Preach?” is free with museum admission this Friday at 1:30pm on the 5th floor. mo.ma/2wkZZhq

Robert Rauschenberg. “Autobiography” (detail). 1968. Offset lithograph on three sheets. Publisher: Broadside Art, Inc., New York. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Gift of Mr. Arthur Ross. Photo: Kate Keller. © 2017 Robert Rauschenberg Foundation

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