Captiva, the Floridian island home of Robert Rauschenberg

To coincide with the Tate Modern Robert Rauschenberg retrospective, Wallpaper magazine has published a feature about the tranquil Floridian island where the celebrated American artist spent the latter part of his life. Captiva is now home to the artist’s legacy through the Rauschenberg Foundation, which offers practitioners the chance to experience the place that offered so much inspiration to Rauschenberg. For those who cannot make the trip, this 360 degree tour video offers a rare glimpse of a truly remarkable island location.

Photograph: Laurie Lambrecht. Imagery courtesy of the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation