About the Exhibition
With more than 50 original artworks spanning 1962-2008 and made up of major loans from private and institutional collections, this is the largest solo exhibition of Robert Rauschenberg's work ever presented in Colorado.
The exhibition explores Rauschenberg’s distinctively thoughtful process, by which he reproduced, transferred, multiplied and borrowed images and objects to revisit the experiences of his very full life. While connected with the broader trends of Pop art—especially in his use of images and objects from the media and consumer culture—Rauschenberg was able to infuse his works with an especially personal and intimate flavor, freely mixing content both from the wider world and from his own life.
Exhibition Admission $10, Children 5 and under FREE
Catalog $15 (Available February 22)
Monday - Thursday, 10am - 6pm*
Friday - Saturday, 10am - 5pm
Admission is timed at hourly intervals. Select a day and time slot during which you would like to visit and your ticket will be valid for entry anytime during that time slot. There is no time limit once admitted, however, the museum closes promptly at the posted closing time and the last admission is 30min prior to closing, so please allow yourself enough time to enjoy the exhibition.
*closed on federally observed holidays. School and groups may schedule a visit in advance by contacting Outreach Coordinator, Jessica Brack at email@example.com or 303-806-0444.