Citations and Downloads

The Essay pages include a citation tool that will generate the preferred citation for a selected passage of text. To activate the tool, highlight the area you would like to cite and click the "Create Citation" button that will appear along the right side of the page.

Create Citation button

Other pages on the SFMOMA website are equipped with the Tynt citation tool, which applies the URL of the source page below any text that is copied and pasted from sfmoma.org. While this source information may be sufficient during the research phase of a project, papers and publications will require more formal citations. When citing full essays or other pages within the Rauschenberg Research Project, please refer to the examples below. The publication date for most materials is 2013. Where applicable, exceptions are noted in the citations provided on the essay pages or in related downloadable materials.

  • Essay citations should include the following components: Author's name, "Artwork Title," Rauschenberg Research Project, July 2013. San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, URL. Paragraph #.

    Example:
    Sarah Roberts, "Collection," Rauschenberg Research Project, July 2013. San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, http://www.sfmoma.org/explore/collection/artwork/262/essay/collection. Paragraph 1.
     
  • Citations for artwork overview texts; Ownership, Exhibition, and Publication Histories; and Marks and Inscriptions should include the following components: "Artwork Title: section name," Rauschenberg Research Project, July 2013. San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, URL. For histories with entries that postdate 2013, a revision date may be added (e.g., July 2013, rev. 2014).

    Example:
    "Collection: Overview," Rauschenberg Research Project, July 2013. San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, http://www.sfmoma.org/explore/collection/artwork/262.
     
  • Citations for Research Materials should include the following components: "Asset Title," Rauschenberg Research Project, July 2013. San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, URL.

    Example:
    "Conservation reports relating to Robert Rauschenberg's Collection, 1972-1991," Rauschenberg Research Project, July 2013. San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, http://www. sfmoma.org/explore/collection/artwork/262/research_materials/document/COLL_72.26_101.
     

Downloading Catalogue Materials

To download all of the materials related to a specific artwork, visit the work’s Overview page and select "All Downloads."

Low-resolution versions of the images included in the Rauschenberg Research Project are available for download in a file size suitable for PowerPoint presentations. These images are for educational and reference purposes only. Please see our Terms of Use for details regarding permitted uses and restrictions. All archival images, unless otherwise specified, are courtesy the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation. Copyright for artworks by Robert Rauschenberg is held by the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation and licensed by VAGA, New York, NY. In cases where copyright to the image or represented artwork is not held by the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation, details about the rights holder(s) are noted in the accompanying image captions.