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Robert Rauschenberg

Tate Modern, 1st December to 2nd April 2017

Robert Rauschenberg (1925-2008) was a pioneer of almost every art movement of the last 60 years: paintings, drawing, print-making, photography, sculpture, installation and performance. His art arose from a generous, experimental interaction with the physical world and popular culture, incorporating found objects and new media. He collaborated with choreographers, musicians, scientists and engineers. This show is the first major retrospective of his career since his death in 2008 and will travel on to the US.

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In Prospect’s December issue: Sam Tanenhaus argues that Donald Trump was born to be a campaigning demagogue, but will he be too bored to rule? Ed Miliband and Michael Gove debate whether parliament should have a binding vote on the terms of Brexit and Christian Wolmar examines the driverless car delusion. Also in this issue: James Harkin examines the situation in Syria, focussing on Raqqa Ruth Dudley Edwards explores the battle in Ireland since the UK’s decision to leave the EU—will the border become a division? And Michael White looks at the life of Alan Johnson, the Labour MP and former postie.