SFMOMA Publishes Unparalleled Digital Catalogue on Collection of Works by Robert Rauschenberg

SFMOMA Publishes Unparalleled Digital Catalogue on Collection of Works by Robert Rauschenberg

The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) has published its first online collection catalogue, the Rauschenberg Research Project, which features nearly 90 works by artist Robert Rauschenberg that are part of the museum's permanent collection.

Accessed through SFMOMA's website, the online catalogue presents a seamless blend of rigorous scholarship and multimedia resources drawn from new, existing, and related materials, taking full advantage of the breadth and accessibility of its online format. The Rauschenberg Research Project comprises the largest research effort the museum has ever devoted to a single artist with more than 500 images, videos, and research materials assembled for the project; the publication's print equivalent would have totaled over 600 pages.

Catalogue users can delve into a rich range of resources, including 19 newly commissioned essays by Rauschenberg experts in addition to 33 comprehensive artwork overviews that feature highly specialized images; videos of artist interviews or works in motion; detailed conservation reports; and other archival documents.

Photo: Shunk-Kender, Roy Lichtenstein Foundation

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