Robert Rauschenberg was the Dick Diver of American postwar art. He understood intuitively the need for art — like social life — to get messy again after too many years of starchy self-importance and pomposity. That’s why I love him, and it’s why I particularly love this work at the Rose Art Museum at Brandeis University.
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