Robert Rauschenberg  Local Means (Stoned Moon), 1970  Lithograph  32 3/8 x 43 1/4 inches (82.2 x 110 cm)  From an edition of 11, published by Gemini G.E.L., Los Angeles ©Robert Rauschenberg Foundation and Gemini G.E.L.
Moon Shot, Moody Center for the Arts. Photo: Nash Baker
Andy Warhol, Moonwalk, 1987. Screenprint on Lenox Museum Board. 38 x 38 inches. Courtesy of the Ronald Feldman Gallery. © The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc.
Rachel Rose.  Everything and More (still), 2015  Courtesy of the Artist, Pilar Corrias Gallery, London and Gavin Brown's enterprise, New York/Rome.
Siah Armajani  Moon Landing, 1969 Multimedia Sculpture using stenciled television, lock, and ink on five sheets of newspaper Television with stencil: 13 1/2 × 12 1/2 × 9” (34.3 × 31.8 × 22.9 cm) Courtesy of the artist and Rossi & Rossi.
Laurie Anderson and Hsin-Chien Huang, To the Moon, 2018. Virtual reality and physical set. Courtesy of the artists.
Nancy Graves, Part of Sabine D. Region, Southwest Mare Tranquilitatis, 1972. 55.88 x 76.2 cm (22.5 x 30 in.). Lithograph on Arches Cover white paper. Collection Nancy Graves Foundation. Photo: Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum.
Antony Gormley, still from ​Lunatick , 2019. Courtesy of Antony Gormley Studio and Acute Art.tudio and Acute Art
Michelle Stuart, Hear the Mermaids Sing, 2013. 70 framed archival inkjet photographs. 65 × 114 in. Courtesy of the artist and Galerie Lelong & Co.
Katy Schimert, The Moon Speaks (Future Perfect, Moon Landing Collage), 1993. 29 x 21 inches. Xerox Images, transparent paper, oil paint on paper Courtesy of the artist.

Moon Shot

September 20 - December 21, 2019
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In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 space flight, the Moody presents Moon Shot, an exhibition of works responding to the moon landing by a selection of innovative artists working from 1969 to the present.

Featured works include Robert Rauschenberg’s Stoned Moon series of 34 lithographs, which will be shown together as a group for the first time since their creation in 1969-1970; Andy Warhol’s Moonwalk (1987) which represents the moon landing as an iconic moment in television history; and Laurie Anderson’s virtual reality work, To the Moon (2018), co-created with Hsin-Chien Huang, which allows visitors to take their own experimental journey through space. Notable works by Siah Armajani, Matthew Day Jackson, Nancy Graves, Rachel Rose, Katy Schimert, and Michelle Stuart will also be featured.

This exhibition is made possible by the Moody Center for the Arts Founder’s Circle and the Moody Foundation. Additional support is provided by Brochsteins, Inc. and the Liu Distinguished Visitor Series at the Chao Center for Asian Studies. Special thanks to the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation, Joni Weyl Felsen of Gemini G.E.L., and the Nancy Graves Foundation.