Robert RauschenbergAmerican (Port Arthur, Texas, 1925 - 2008, Captiva, Florida)
Human Rights (Tribute 21)
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, gift of Felissimo, 1996
Exhibition history not provided for multiples.
Alan Riding, “Politics, This Is Art. Art, This Is Politics,” New York Times, August 10, 1995.
Eduardo Cicelyn, “Tribute 21: In nome degli altri,” Interviu, 1999.
Eduardo Cicelyn and Mario Codognato, Rauschenberg a Napoli (Naples, Italy: Associazone Dogana, 1999).
Kelly Crow, “Museums Compete in an Unlikely Twitter Olympics,” Speakeasy (Wall Street Journal blog), August 3, 2012. Accessed June 23, 2013. http://blogs.wsj.com/speakeasy/2012/08/03/museums-compete-in-an-unlikely-twitter-olympics/.
This listing documents select references that provide general information about the series. It has been updated since the launch of the Rauschenberg Research Project and is complete as of June 1, 2014.
Recto: Bottom edge, signature with inscription in pencil in the artist’s hand: “RAUSCHENBERG HC 16/22 94”; lower left corner, embossed chop mark for the Tribute 21 portfolio: “RAUSCHENBERG FELISSIMO TRIBUTE” inside a circle with the number 21 at the center
Verso: By chop mark, inscription in pencil: “HC 16/22”