Robert Indiana


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United States pop artist (born 1928)

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Refreshing too is the notice paid to Robert Indiana, best known for his rearrangements of LOVE's letters, a statement that found its way on to Christmas cards that MoMA produced in 1965 (an early instance of art returning to the popular culture that inspired it; Fig.
Created by Robert Indiana in 1964, the four-letter word was first reinvented as a sculpture in 1970 outside the Indianapolis Museum of Art in the artist's home state.
The gallery program includes works by Georg Baselitz, Norman Bluhm, Fernando Botero, James Brooks, Alexander Calder, John Chamberlain, Michael Goldberg, Hans Hofmann, Robert Indiana, Wolf Kahn, Joan Miro, Pablo Picasso, Robert Rauschenberg, and Andy Warhol along with contemporary artists Eric Fischl, Ramsey Dau, D, Carole Feuerman, Kim Gottlieb-Walker, Dana Louise Kirkpatrick, Gary Lang, Victor Matthews, Brendan Murphy, Ruth Pastime, Cole Sternberg, and Bernie Taupin among others.
The four-tiered white cake was embellished with elegant scrollwork and the couple's monogram and was topped with a mini replica of Robert Indiana's "LOVE" sculpture.
Masterpieces from artists such as Robert Indiana, Takashi Murakami, Paul McCarthy and Vik Muniz adorn the walls of the resort's restaurants, pool and nightclub.
The aesthetically questionable Robert Indiana LOVE sculpture will be lovingly polished in this process of civic betterment.
To usher in the spring and the inevitable giddiness that comes with it, the Museum Gallery of Modern Art in Sofia exhibits a collection of erotic art, with contributions from Pablo Picasso, Marc Chagall, Salvador Dali, Henri Matisse, Andy Warhol and Robert Indiana. Predictably, Picasso's drawings and Chagall's lithographs are at the core of the exhibit, but Bulgarian visitors will also have the opportunity to see for the first time early 20th century prints by French painters Pierre Bonnard and Andre Dunoy-er de Segonzac, but also works by contemporary Bulgarian artists like Pavel Koichev, Gredi Assa and Houben R.T.
Oddly, this book, like others, omits one crucial discussion: of exactly how the quilts are related to geometric abstraction as a field and as practiced by individual artists such as Albers, Victor Vasarely, Piet Mondrian, Mark Rothko, Frank Stella and Robert Indiana, with whose works the quilts are often superficially compared.
Through the decades, Artexpo has helped launch the careers of countless independent artists like Andy Warhol, Peter Max, Robert Rauschenberg, Robert Indiana and Leroy Neiman.
From Shepard Fairey's widely reproduced poster to Robert Indiana's HOPE sculpture based on his well-known LOVE statue from the 1960s, artworks created to raise cash for the campaign manifest a partisan earnestness rarely seen since the graphics of the Russian Revolution of 1917.
It features paintings, photographs, and sculptures by Isaac Abrams, Richard Avedon, Lynda Benglis, Richard Hendrix, Robert Indiana, Yayoi Kusama, Elliott Landy, Richard Lindner, John McCracken, and Andy Warhol, among others, as well as a rich selection of important posters, album covers, and underground magazines.
"I'm sure President Bush wouldn't enjoy me hanging a peace painting in the White House," says Robert Indiana. While Bush doesn't seem like much of an art buff anyway, he certainly wouldn't think much of Indiana's new antiwar canvases, recently unveiled at the Paul Kasmin Gallery in New York.
Renegades' cover art arranges the word "RAGE" in a Clarendon Bold type stacked square, a fiendishly clever send-up of Robert Indiana's "LOVE" from the days of yore.