Robert Rauschenberg Exhibition, Tate Modern, until 2 April 2017
When you studied a little bit of American Contemporary Art but everything feels blurry but exciting, you go to the Robert Rauschenberg Exhibitions.
The interest, the number of mesmerised people visiting and reading and staring then, convince you that you are in the right show.
But then, images become less and less communicative, to you only apparently, and videos of dancers are not able to uplift you from the very much craved white rabbit hole.
Go: To learn at least one name for the American Modern Art movement.
Don't Go: if you need cardboard for your moving and you feel they could have a better use with you instead of at the Tate.