Join curator David Greenhalgh for a tour of the National Gallery of Australia’s new exhibition of prints and drawings, Rauschenberg & Johns: significant others. This exhibition draws on the Kenneth E Tyler Collection of prints, which illustrates the rich history of printmaking in the 20th century, and the evolution of American art. Rauschenberg & Johns: significant others examines the boundary-pushing work in lithography by artists Robert Rauschenberg and Jasper Johns, who developed a shared artistic philosophy during their time together as young artists.
David Greenhalgh is the Assistant Curator for the Kenneth E Tyler Collection, National Gallery of Australia and the curator of Rauschenberg & Johns: significant others. David loves to tell the story of a work of art, weaving biographical details of the artist into the work’s creation.
Masks are recommended for this event.