Robert Indiana


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Noun1.Robert Indiana - United States pop artist (born 1928)
artist, creative person - a person whose creative work shows sensitivity and imagination
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Paintings by Damien Hirst, Robert Indiana, Grayson Perry, Tom Wesselmann, and Julian Opie will also be on show.
Ellsworth Kelly with his abstract work, the precious delicacy of Georgia O'Keeffe's colors and flowers, and the famous pop sculpture LOVE'' by Robert Indiana in the heart of Midtown come together with John Miller's contemporary art." CH shoes are a step ahead in elegance.
Sitting just outside my office, on the southeast corner of 55[sup.th] and 6[sup.th,] is Robert Indiana's iconic (https://www.yelp.com/biz/love-sculpture-new-york) Love sculpture.
The pop art wall features a rare iconic collection of Ingrid Bergman prints by Warhol, as well as works by Roy Lichtenstein, Tom Wesselmann, Robert Indiana and Jean Michelle Basquait.
* Pop artist Robert Indiana, best known for his 1960s "LOVE" series, died at his secluded island home off the Maine coast May 19.
The artists who shaped the pop art movement include Andy Warhol, Robert Rauschenberg, Robert Indiana, Keith Haring and Roy Lichtenstein.
It includes one-of-a-kind pieces, including iconic Andy Warhol screenprints, a unique Robert Rauschenberg, a watercolor painting by Sam Francis, seminal work by Cy Twombly, Robert Indiana, Robert Ryman, sculptural paintings by Charles Hinman and vintage photographs from award-winning 1960's photographers who captured extraordinary photos of James Dean, Coco Chanel, Keith Haring and Mick Jagger.
Robert Indiana, Fernand Leger, Roberto Matta, Pablo Picasso, and Tom Wesselmann
They range from Picasso's Les Demoiselles d'Avignon to Robert Indiana's outsized "LOVE" sculpture.
The exhibition will run alongside a solo exhibition of Robert Indiana's work entitled 'To the 50th Anniversary of Love', also in the Marble Palace.
The series has hosted work by the likes of George Condo, Robert Indiana, Yves Klein, and most recently, Allen Jones.