Robert Rauschenberg Foundation Project Space
New York, NY 10011
The 19th Street Project Space (455 West 19th Street) located in Manhattan's art center in Chelsea, New York, is used by the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation to showcase its mission-based programs. The foundation was established by Robert Rauschenberg to show how "art can change the world." In this spirit, in addition to fostering the legacy of Rauschenberg's art, the foundation takes as its mission to support wide-ranging philanthropic initiatives and artistic endeavors that are made in the fearless and innovative spirit with which Rauschenberg approached his own life and work.
Over the next two years, the Project Space will be used in a variety of ways to further the foundation's mission. Upcoming programs will include not only exhibitions mounted by foundation grantees, including Ballroom Marfa, Machine Project, and the North Dakota Museum of Art, by participants in the Rauschenberg Residency; and of Rauschenberg's lesser-known work in art and technology, costume and set design; but also as a venue for symposia and performances.
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