Robert Indiana, Hardback Book

Description

Robert Indiana, famous as a pioneering pop artist in the 1960s, and renowned for making his "LOVE" sculptures, paintings and posters so famous that the United States Postal Service put it on a stamp, is this year experiencing a monumental comeback in New York City with a new installation of colorful numbers along Park Avenue titled "One Through Zero" and simultaneous shows at C&M Arts and Paul Kasmin Gallery.

This volume looks at Indiana's hugely influential early Pop Art work, but focuses on his more recent and extensive work with numbers.

Each of his numbers represents a phase in life and each has its own color scheme; for example, "1" is red and green and symbolizes birth, and "6" is green and red and symbolizes the peak of life.

Information

  • Format: Hardback
  • Pages: 80 pages
  • Publisher: Assouline
  • Publication Date:
  • Category: Art forms
  • ISBN: 9782843235252

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