Robert Indiana /   Robert Clark

United States 1928 - 2018

Sculpture, Pop Art, Hard-edge Painting

Robert Indiana
Robert Clark
United States
May 19, 2018

Robert Indiana was a prominent American artist, who rose to fame in the 60’s, and played a major role in Pop Art, hard-edge painting, usage of bold and bright elements and expansion of assemblage art. He used to describe his own work as painting of signs, as he liked to explore the contextual power of words, their meaning, and reference. Indiana explored literature, fiction, searched for great American writings, and founded valuable legacy that shaped the nature of contemporary art. Many other creatives followed his path and used words as central symbols and subjects in their art. The most famous piece he made is the LOVE paintings, which became so popular, that Indiana later claimed it was too popular. He wanted to make exclusive artwork, and even though he was proud of the Love series, he wanted to distinguish himself from Pop Art and later in career addressed social and political issues.

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Robert Indiana – The Great Love, 1966 (Left) / The Great Love, 1966 (Right)

Early Beginnings of the American Artist

Robert Indiana was born as Robert Clack in New Castle, Indiana, in 1928. He was adopted by loving family when he was just a baby and spent most of his childhood years moving throughout the country. He started showing artistic inclinations at an early age, and luckily enough his elementary school teacher noticed that. When he was only a first-grader he started drawing and telling everyone he wanted a career in art. In 1942, Robert Indiana moved to Indianapolis to attend Arsenal Technical High School, which was the best possible option for him at the time, giving that his major talent required serious education, and his good grades got him a place at this prestigious school, known for quite advanced curriculum. After graduation Robert Indiana joined the US Air Force, and then made one of the best decisions in his career, to study at the Art Institute of Chicago.

His rich formal education continued at the Skowhegan School of Sculpture and Painting in Maine, and later in Europe at the Edinburgh College of Art in Scotland. After completing education, he moved to New York in 1956 to join a community of creatives who were open-minded enough for him, and willing to explore and evolve. Some of them were loving lady of minimalism Agnes Martin, James Rosenquist and Jack Youngerman. Indiana lived in the neighborhood called Slip, that was a big port, full of plants, trees, and beautiful colors. The rich environment had a profound impact on his work, and a lot of his early works embody hard-edge images of ginkgo leaves seen in the parks near the port.

Robert Indiana - Decade Autoportrait 1961 (24in.), 1971 (Left) / Decade Autoportrait 1962 (24in.), 1971 (Right) home prints 2013 Robert Indiana Love society contact search world
Robert Indiana – Decade Autoportrait 1961 (24in.), 1971 (Left) / Decade Autoportrait 1962 (24in.), 1971 (Right)

Expanding the Limits of Pop Art

The painter and sculptor liked to go on spontaneous hunts for material, wandering downtown and visiting various warehouses and sheds. He made sculptures by assembling rusted metal parts, wheels, wooden beams and leftover material from shipping trades. Indiana reached a turning point when he discovered 19th-century brass stencils, which inspired him to make his own stencil with a combination of vividly colored numbers and brightly written words, with a strong emotional message. He used this method for sculptures as well as canvases, as the main foundation for his creative expression. His work started to get a lot of attention and in 1961, the collection of his artwork called The American Dream, I gain much admiration from the audience and critiques, giving that theme profoundly explored the elusive property of American Dream.

His pieces were defined and trapped in chains of Pop Art, and although he didn’t deny his involvement in the movement, he liked to expand the limits of Pop label. The essence of his work was not the mass appeal or the need to be pleasant looking and likable, it was more rooted in political allusions and social and economic references. The most important reference for Indiana was one of the literary kind, the first one appearing in a painting called The Calumet and Melville which he proudly exhibited at his first solo show in 1962. His first large work was a 20-foot EAT sign at New York State Pavillion, made of flashing lights. The EAT sculpture was appointed in 1964 by great American architect Philip Johnson in 1964 at the World’s Fair in New York City. The electrified sculpture made of five six-foot disks spelling the word EAT. Many people, incorrectly, thought it was a sign for a restaurant, however, it was a sign of Indiana’s greatness.

Robert Indiana - Eat - Die, 1962 world search Robert Indiana home contact prints Robert Indiana Love 2013 society contact
Robert Indiana – Eat / Die, 1962

LOVE Paintings by Robert Indiana

Indiana spent the 1960s creating marvelous works, collaborating with major painters and sculptors, like Warhol, with whom he made a featured movie named Eat. The movie was an experimental silent portrait of Indiana eating a mushroom in his studio. The artwork that changed everything was the LOVE image that premiered somewhere in 1966. The LOVE image first appeared in the paintings Four Star Love. Love was not just a symbol of trust in the life process, the ultimate fulfillment, for Indiana love was a driving force of life and something of spiritual significance. The first time he saw similar writing was at a local church he attended with his parents, and ever since then it remained in his memories as something of great importance. The Museum of Modern Art selected the image for their 1965 Christmas card. It quickly became a hit all around the States and was accepted by mainstream culture, and later members of the hippie movement who called themselves Love Generation.

After the LOVE image appeared on United Service postage stamp, in 1973, it reached an international success. It was printed and reprinted everywhere, from posters to the postcard, to clothing, badges, and rubber stamps. The image was reproduced in so many ways, that Indiana, unfortunately, couldn’t stop the mass production of objects with his artwork. A lot of art critiques failed to show sympathy and understanding and accused the artist of being a sell-out. Those assumptions were incorrect, as Indiana always openly spoke about the profound motivation for his creations. LOVE was initially created by stacking letters in series of rubbings. He even changed the colors and used hard edges to make the subject emphasize its meaning even more. The artwork is still very popular and loved, accepted everywhere as an icon of modern art. To date, his work has been exhibited in numerous individual and collective shows across the globe, and his oeuvre is in the permanent collections of such notable museums as the MoMA in NY, the Whitney Museum of American Art in NY, the Smithsonian Museum of American Art in Washington, D.C., the Museum Ludwig in Cologne, Germany, the Museum Ludwig in Vienna, Austria, and Israel Museum in Jerusalem, among others.

The artist died on May 19th, 2018 at his home in Vinalhaven, Me. He was 89.

Featured image: Robert Indiana – portrait, photo via
All images © 2016 Morgan Art Foundation. Artist Rights Society (ARS), NY, via

YearExhibition TitleGallery/MuseumSolo/Group
201619 Stars of Indiana Art: A Bicentennial CelebrationIndianapolis Museum of Art, IndianaGroup
2016Masterworks on LoanJordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Eugene, OregonGroup
2016200 Years of Indiana Art: A Cultural LegacyIndiana State Museum, IndianapolisGroup
2016The World Meets HereCustot Gallery Dubai, U.A.EGroup
2016WORDHudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art, Peekskill, New YorkGroup
2016Out of Style: Geometric Abstractions from the 1970’sSouth Texas College Art Gallery, McAllenGroup
2016American pop art: Masterpieces en masse by Robert Rauschenberg to Andy Warhol from the collection of Heinz BeckLudwig Galerie Schloss Oberhausen, GermanyGroup
2016The Electric Garden of our Minds: British/American PopSpringfield Art Museum, MontanaGroup
2016Masterworks on Paper: Highlights from the Portland Museum of ArtPortland Museum of Art, MaineGroup
2016Robert IndianaGalleria d'Arte Maggiore G.A.M., Bologna, ItalySolo
2015Love: The First of the 7 VirtuesHVCCA - Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art, Peekskill, NYGroup
2015Ludwig Goes PopMuseum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig - MUMOK , ViennaGroup
2014Robert Indiana from A to ZAllentown Art Museum, Allentown, PASolo
2014Robert Indiana - Celebrating Love!Farnsworth Art Museum, Rockland, MESolo
2014The Essential Robert IndianaIndianapolis Museum of Art - IMA, Indianapolis, INSolo
2014Robert Indiana: Beyond LoveThe McNay Art Museum, San Antonio, TXSolo
2014Sculptors' JewelleryGallery Pangolin, ChalfordGroup
2014American Pop: The PrintsAllentown Art Museum, Allentown, PAGroup
2014Art=Text=Art - Private Languages Public SystemsUB Art Galleries - University of Buffalo,Buffalo, NYGroup
2014Pop Sculpture - Pop CultureLeila Heller Gallery, New York City, NYGroup
201450 Jahre Durchblick. Leben Mit Der KunstGalerie Thomas, MunichGroup
2014Pop Art In America: Selections From The Nsu Museum Of Art | Fort LauderdaleLeigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, Wausau, WIGroup
2014Summer Group Show Galerie Fluegel-Roncak, Nuremberg Group
2014The Crystal PalaceRachel Uffner Gallery, New York City, NYGroup
20142Y2C2C for ART, SalzburgGroup
2014Encountering MaineBates College Museum of Arts, Lewiston, MEGroup
2014Tête-a-TêteKM Fine Arts Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CAGroup
2014Rare PostersGallery 360 Degree, TokyoGroup
2014This Is Not America, Part IIIASU Art Museum - Arizona State University Art Museum, Tempe, AZGroup
2014LiebeWilhelm Hack Museum, LudwigshafenGroup
2014Pop Art PrintsSmithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DCGroup
2013Robert Indiana - IconsWoodward Gallery, New York City, NYSolo
2013Robert Indiana: Beyond LoveWhitney Museum of American Art, New York City, NYSolo
2013Robert Indiana - Decade ★ AutoportraitDe Sarthe Gallery, Hong KongSolo
2013ROBERT INDIANA - Voices Of HopeRosenbaum Contemporary, Boca Raton, FLSolo
2013Robert Indiana - A to ZWoodward Gallery, New York City, NYSolo
2013Robert Indiana - The Monumental WoodsGalerie Gmurzynska, ZurichSolo
2013Colección Juan Yarur: Un Relato PersonalMAC Museo de Arte Contemporáneo. Universidad de Chile, SantiagoGroup
2013Farbenfroh - Graphik Aus Der Sammlung KempMuseum Kunstpalast, DusseldorfGroup
2013Art Salzburg2C for ART, SalzburgGroup
2013A collection shows its faceStadtgalerie Bamberg - Villa Dessauer, BambergGroup
2013Art=Text=Art - Private Languages Public Systems Hafnarborg, HafnarfjörðurGroup
2013Visual Leitmotifs - Variations on ThemesRosenbaum Contemporary, Boca Raton, FLGroup
2013All You Need IS LOVEMori Art Museum, TokyoGroup
2013The Pop Object: The Still Life Tradition in Pop ArtAcquavella Galleries, Inc., New York City, NYGroup
2013Bal HarbourRosenbaum Contemporary, Boca Raton, FLGroup
2013OP + POPStaatsgalerie Stuttgart, StuttgartGroup
2013Pop Goes The Easel: Pop Art And Its ProgenyLyman Allyn Art Museum, New London, CTGroup
2013Now Here is also Nowhere: Part IIHenry Art Gallery, Seattle, WAGroup
2013BannersGalerie Gmurzynska, ZurichGroup
2013PrintWoodward Gallery, New York City, NYGroup
2012HopeContini Galleria d´Arte, VeniceSolo
2012Robert Indiana: SculpturesWaddington Custot Galleries, LondonSolo
2012Robert Indiana: New & Classic WorksRosenbaum Contemporary, Boca Raton, FLSolo
2012American DreamAgnellini Arte Moderna, BresciaGroup
2012Testing Testing 1.2.3 : SongEun CollectionSongEun ArtSpace, SeoulGroup
2012Under Pressure: Contemporary Prints from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family FoundationJoslyn Art Museum, Omaha, NEGroup
2012SculpturesHeis Gallery, FukuokaGroup
2012Art=Text=Art: Private Languages Public SystemsJane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum, New Brunswick, NJGroup
2012A Collection of Prominent WorksCollectors Contemporary, SingaporeGroup
2012Accrochage der Pop ArtGalerie Fluegel-Roncak, Nuremberg Group
2012On Paper: From Baselitz To Warhol KM fine Arts, Chicago, IL Group
2012Sir Peter Blake and Pop ArtWetpaint Gallery, CirencesterGroup
2012Art in the Park at the Baur Au Lac HotelGalerie Gmurzynska, ZurichGroup
2012The Declaration of Independence: The Stone Copy and the Kent Bicentennial PortfolioSpeed Art Museum, Louisville, KYGroup
2012Inauguration - 2 Avenue MatignonGalerie Laurent Strouk, ParisGroup
2012American MastersFabrik Contemporary Art, Hong KongGroup
2012American idolsRudolf Budja Galerie, Artmosphere Salzburg, SalzburgGroup
201220th Century Pop Art MastersGalerie Gmurzynska, ZurichGroup
2012Curator's Choice: People, Places, and Things - The Fralin Museum of ArtUniversity of Virginia Art Museums, Charlottesville, VAGroup
2012Spirits Of InternationalismMuHKA Museum voor Hedendaagse Kunst Antwerpen, AntwerpGroup
2012Pop and the SixtiesMuseum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig - MUMOK , ViennaGroup
2011Robert Indiana: Rare Works from 1959 on Coenties SlipGalerie Gmurzynska, ZurichSolo
2011Accrochage Galerie Boisserée, Cologne Group
2011Hot Cold CoolAMUM - Art Museum of the University of Memphis, Memphis, TNGroup
2011Pop Art Galerie Wolfgang Exner, Vienna Group
2011Word Up!Benrimon Contemporary, New York City, NYGroup
2011Positive PerceptionsDeborah Colton Gallery, Houston, TXGroup
2011Systems in ArtRobert Hull Fleming Museum, Burlington, VTGroup
2011Art=Text=Art: Works by Contemporary ArtistsJoel and Lila Harnett Museum of Art - University of Richmond, Richmond, VAGroup
2011AccrochageGalerie Boisserée, Cologne Group
2011Slice of SummerIKON Ltd, Santa Monica, CAGroup
2011Origins & EvolutionsGalleria d'Arte Maggiore, BolognaGroup
2011Picasso ForeverGalerie Laurent Strouk, ParisGroup
2011Multi-colored summer-accrochageGalerie Martin Krebs, BernGroup
2011Text as ArtLeeahn Gallery, DaeguGroup
2011Pop! Into SummerRosenbaum Contemporary, Boca Raton, FLGroup
2011Life as a Legend: Marilyn MonroeMcMichael Canadian Art Collection, Kleinburg, ONGroup
2011KUB Arena LIVING ARCHIVESKunsthaus Bregenz, BregenzGroup
2010Robert Indiana - NOWWoodward Gallery, New York City, NYSolo
2010Painting and SculptureLehmann Maupin, New York City, NYGroup
2010PopularGalerie Thomas Modern, MunichGroup
2010Contemporary Works From The CollectionFarnsworth Art Museum, Rockland, MEGroup
2010Inquiring Eyes: Greensboro Collects ArtWeatherspoon Art Museum, Greensboro, NCGroup
2010Pop ArtTroner Art Consulting, DusseldorfGroup
2010SculptureWaddington Custot Galleries, LondonGroup
2010POP ART - DruckgraphikGalerie Wolfgang Exner, Vienna Group
2010BildTexte - TextBilderHilger modern, Vienna Group
2010Accrochage Galerie Boisserée, Cologne Group
2010Collector's FavoriteGallery Hyundai, SeoulGroup
2010Pop Art Never DieTezukayama Gallery, OsakaGroup
2010Collect With UsArmand Bartos Fine Art, New York City, NYGroup
2010Global Art ShowThe Columns, SeoulGroup
2010Real And Abstract: Contemporary Art From The FarnsworthFarnsworth Art Museum,Rockland, MEGroup
2010Print WorksJohyun Gallery, SeoulGroup
2010The State Of Printmaking Since 1940Farnsworth Art Museum, Rockland, MEGroup
2010Life as a Legend: Marilyn MonroeMOCA - Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville,Jacksonville, FLGroup
2010Big Paper WinterWoodward Gallery, New York City, NYGroup
2010Art for YouLeeahn Gallery, DaeguGroup
2010Group ShowMOCA - Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville, Jacksonville, FLGroup
2009Robert Indiana and the Star of HopeFarnsworth Art Museum, Rockland, MESolo
2009Robert Indiana - Love & HopeRosenbaum Contemporary, Boca Raton, FLSolo
2009LIGHTS! CAMERA! TRASH! Galerie Fluegel-Roncak, Nuremberg Group
2009Five Decades Of Passion - Part Two: The Founding Of The Center, 1989–1991Fisher Landau Center For Art, New York City, NYGroup
2009ACCROCHAGE Galerie Boisserée, Cologne Group
2009Pop My CherryPatricia Low Contemporary, GenevaGroup
2009Wordscapes: Text as Image in Contemporary ArtThe Minneapolis Institute of Arts,Minneapolis, MNGroup
2009Beyond Black White and GrayMnuchin Gallery, New York City, NYGroup
2009In Between Galerie Fetzer, Sontheim an der Brenz Group
2009Weltanschauung Visione Del MondoArt Forum Würth Capena, CapenaGroup
2009Pop, Polit und Pin upsStädtische Galerie Bietigheim-Bissingen, Bietigheim-BissingenGroup
2009Numbers, Color and Text: Works from the CollectionThe Rose Art Museum, Waltham, MAGroup
2009Aspects of Pop ArtGalerie Gmurzynska, ZurichGroup
2009Chosen LoveIKON Ltd, Santa Monica, CAGroup
2009Sculpture: Post-War to PresentMaxwell Davidson Gallery, New York City, NYGroup
2009Da Hartung a WarholCAMeC - Centro de Arte Moderna e Contemporanea della Spezia, La SpeziaGroup
2009Antes bis ZimmerGalerie Voigt, NurembergGroup
2009Estampes, Modernes Et ContemporainesGalerie Pierre-Alain Challier, ParisGroup
2009Pop PrintsSurrey Art Gallery, Surrey, BCGroup
2009Marilyn Monroe: Life as a LegendWinnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg, ManitobaGroup
2009Pop!: Prints From The Fia's CollectionFlint Institute of Arts, Flint, MIGroup
2009La Cultura Del Pop ArtGalería Barcelona, BarcelonaGroup
2009Art in Blue Blue in Art - Sculpture, Painting and Art Furniture in BlueThe Columns, SeoulGroup
200902|09 Indiana, Koons & BrittoFabrik Contemporary Art, Hong KongGroup
2009Innovations in the Third Dimension: Sculpture of Our TimeBruce Museum, Greenwich, CTGroup
2009Usa Print ShowJealous Gallery, LondonGroup
2009Can & Did Graphics, Art, And Photography From The Obama CampaignDanziger Gallery, New York City, NYGroup
2009Winter Saison 2008 - 2009Galerie Gmurzynska, St. MoritzGroup
2008Robert Indiana - Solo ShowPaul Kasmin Gallery, New York City, NYSolo
2008Robert Indiana Galerie Boisserée, Cologne Solo
2008Robert Indiana - Solo ExhibitPAC - Padiglione d'Arte Contemporanea, MilanSolo
2008Robert IndianaMuseum Wiesbaden, WiesbadenSolo
2008The Piece ProcessAnonymous Gallery, New York City, NYGroup
2008KünstlerTroner Art Consulting, DusseldorfGroup
2008Galleria Grafica Collection No.16Galleria Grafica Tokyo, TokyoGroup
2008Change AmericaRobert Berman Gallery, Santa Monica, CAGroup
2008Sign age: Signs Signs Everywhere A SignArmand Bartos Fine Art, New York City, NYGroup
2008Circa 1958: Breaking Ground in American ArtAckland Art Museum, Chapel Hill, NCGroup
2008Sothebys - Beyond LimitsChatsworth House, Bakewell, DerbyshireGroup
2008MORE THAN WORDS Von Lintel Gallery, New York City, NYGroup
2008Pop Art and After: Prints and Popular CultureJane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum, New Brunswick, NJGroup
2008Direct Encounters: The Essence of PortraitureForum Gallery, Los Angeles, CAGroup
2008The Moments of ArarioArario Gallery Cheonan, Cheonan-siGroup
2008Paintings & DrawingsMnuchin Gallery, New York City, NYGroup
2008World Art MastersGalerie Gmurzynska, St. MoritzGroup
2008Neue AnsichtenMuseum Kurhaus Kleve, KleveGroup
2008American Art Since 1945: In a New LightThe McNay Art Museum, San Antonio, TXGroup
2008The Columns Gallery Artists & Contemporary MastersThe Columns, SeoulGroup
2008Made in NYOpera Gallery, New York City, NYGroup
2008Art in the park Galerie Gmurzynska, ZurichGroup
2008Die Hände der KunstMARTa Herford, HerfordGroup
2008Group ShowArt Statements Gallery, Hong KongGroup
2008Pop and OpNassau County Museum of Art, Roslyn Harbor, NYGroup
2008Pressing IssuesDes Moines Art Center, Des Moines, IAGroup
2007Robert Indiana - Solo ShowPaul Kasmin Gallery, New York City, NYSolo
2007Robert Indiana: a retrospectiveGalerie Gmurzynska, ZurichSolo
2007Modern Contemporary MastersGalerie Gmurzynska, St. MoritzGroup
2007Art Market NowThe Columns, SeoulGroup
2007Pop Art! 1956-1968Scuderie del Quirinale, RomeGroup
2007Marilyn Monroe, Life as a LegendSioux City Art Center, Sioux City, IAGroup
2007BODYPOLITCXWitte de With Center for Contemporary Art, RotterdamGroup
2007Sign LanguageDes Moines Art Center, Des Moines, IAGroup
2007Prints CollectionGallery SP, SeoulGroup
2007Dialogando ................Galleria La Fenice, SassariGroup
2007NumericaSMS Contemporanea, SienaGroup
2007Poetry in MotionGalerie Beyeler, BaselGroup
2007Summer of Love - Art of the Psychedelic EraWhitney Museum of American Art, New York City, NYGroup
2007When Art Worlds Collide - The 60Woodward Gallery, New York City, NYGroup
2007News on PaperBurkhard Eikelmann Com, DusseldorfGroup
2007Long life the Childhood!Johyun Gallery, BusanGroup
2007Marilyn Monroe - Life as a LegendThe Dayton Art Institute, Dayton, OHGroup
2007TemptationsThe Columns, SeoulGroup
2007Pop Art at Princeton - Permanent and PromisedPrinceton University Art Museum, Princeton, NJGroup
2007Fondation Beyeler: EROS in der Kunst der ModerneBank Austria Kunstforum, ViennaGroup
2006Robert Indiana And Meca PrintsInstitute of Contemporary Art at Maine College of Art,Portland, MESolo
2006Social Justice: Robert IndianaMiami University Art Museum, Oxford, OHSolo
2006Life as a Legend - Marilyn MonroeBoca Museum of Art, Boca Raton, FLGroup
2006NumbersArithmeum, BonnGroup
2006Busy going crazyLa Maison Rouge, ParisGroup
2006EROS in der Kunst der ModerneFondation Beyeler, RiehenGroup
2006MarilynThe Women's Museum, Dallas, TXGroup
2006Fall 2006 : New AcquisitionsIKON Ltd, Santa Monica, CAGroup
2006Das Achte FeldMuseum Ludwig, CologneGroup
2006Iconic Impressions - Prints from the 20 th CenturyDelaware Art Museum, Wilmington, DEGroup
2006Pop Goes the Press - Prints from the Permanent Collection, 1960-1990Allentown Art Museum,Allentown, PAGroup
2006One Cent LifeWoodward Gallery, New York City, NYGroup
2006Sound & VisionMuseo della Città, PerugiaGroup
2006Pop!Mead Art Museum, Amherst, MAGroup
2006Do the right blingStedelijk Museum ’s-Hertogenbosch, 's-HertogenboschGroup
2006Spring Paper 8Woodward Gallery, New York City, NYGroup
2006Pop Art 1956-2006 - The First 50 YearsPolk Museum of Art, Lakeland, FLGroup
2006Variations on a Theme - American Prints from Albers to LichtensteinUSC Fisher Museum - University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CAGroup
2006Red, Yellow, BlueLarissa Goldston Gallery, New York City, NYGroup
2005Robert Indiana: The Hartley ElegiesBates College Museum of Arts, Lewiston, MESolo
2005American LovePaul Thiebaud Gallery , San Francisco, CASolo
2005Looking at WordsAndrea Rosen Gallery, New York City, NYGroup
2005Grafik InternationalKunsthalle Hosp, NassereithGroup
2005Made in USAGalerie & Edition Bode GmbH, Nuremberg Group
2005DimensionsWinston Wächter Fine Art - New York, New York City, NYGroup
2005Pop!UMMA - The University of Michigan Museum of Art, Ann Arbor, MIGroup
2005Summer of Love Art of the Psychedelic EraTate Liverpool, LiverpoolGroup
2005Do it yourselfHamburger Bahnhof - Museum für Gegenwart, BerlinGroup
200540 Jahre Galerie ThomasGalerie Thomas, MunichGroup
2005Memoire de la liberteGalerie tazl., WeizGroup
2005COLORPaul Kasmin Gallery, New York City, NYGroup
2005Winter Paper SevenWoodward Gallery, New York City, NYGroup
2004Robert Indiana: Obra RecienteGaleria Javier López, MadridSolo
2004Robert Indiana - Paintings and SculptureWaddington Custot Galleries, LondonSolo
2004Made in USA popartGalerie Laurent Strouk, ParisGroup
2004Summer JamBurkhard Eikelmann Com, DusseldorfGroup
2004LoveRudolf Budja Galerie, Artmosphere Salzburg, SalzburgGroup
2004La sculpture américaine au DonjonDonjon de Vez, VezGroup
2004Marilyn - From Anastasi to WeegeeSean Kelly Gallery, New York City, NYGroup
2004Pop ClassicsARoS Aarhus Kunstmuseum, AarhusGroup
2004Support - Die Neue Galerie als Sammlung - 1950 - HeuteNeue Galerie Graz - Universalmuseum Joanneum, GrazGroup
2004Modern Means: Continuity and Change in Art from 1880 to the PresentMori Art Museum,TokyoGroup
2004Under $2,000 Albers < ZauggBrooke Alexander Editions, New York City, NYGroup
2003Robert Indiana - The Story of LoveScottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art - SMoCA,Scottsdale, AZSolo
2003Robert Indiana: Prints and Sculpture Greenfield Sacks Gallery, Santa Monica, CASolo
2003Robert Indiana - Letters, Words and NumbersMnuchin Gallery, New York City, NYSolo
2003Pop artGalerie Wolfgang Exner, Vienna Group
2003On - inaugural showGalerie Xippas Greece, AthensGroup
2003The Pop Art ShowBurkhard Eikelmann Com, DusseldorfGroup
2003Roads Taken: 20th Century Prints and Drawings from the CollectionThe Fralin Museum of Art - University of Virginia Art Museums, Charlottesville, VAGroup
2003Pop Art from the CollectionWilliams College Museum of Art, Williamstown, MAGroup
2003Modern Masters: Works from the Collection of Mellon Financial CorporationErie Art Museum,Erie, PAGroup
2003Andy Warhol and the Pop Aesthetic - Permanent Collection and LoansASU Art Museum - Arizona State University Art Museum, Tempe, AZGroup
2003The Pow!er of PopMuseum Kunstpalast, DusseldorfGroup
2003SCULPTORS IN PRINTTobey C. Moss Gallery, Los Angeles, CAGroup
2003Paper 6Woodward Gallery, New York City, NYGroup
2003Marilyn. The life of a legendCounty Hall Gallery, LondonGroup
2003Painting Explosion - 1958 1963, Part IBlanton Museum of Art, Austin, TXGroup
2003P (OP)CONNERSMITH., Washington, DC Group
2003Contemporary Prints and Photographs from the Bruce Brown CollectionColby College Museum of Art, Waterville, MEGroup
2003LoveIKON Ltd, Santa Monica, CAGroup
2002POPjack: Warhol to MurakamiMuseum of Contemporary Art Denver, Denver, COGroup
2002Paper Invitational 5Woodward Gallery, New York City, NYGroup
2002Pressed - The SilkscreenTacoma Art Museum, Tacoma, WAGroup
2002Andy Warhol and Friends - American Art of the 60s and 70sHaggerty Museum of Art,Milwaukee, WIGroup
2002AMERICAN SCENEM-ART Galerie, HamburgGroup
2002Pow! - Werke der Pop Art aus der Sammlung LauffsMuseen Haus Lange, Haus Esters,KrefeldGroup
2002Memoir of FreedomCAM - Chelsea Art Museum, New York City, NYGroup
2001Licht und HoffnungGalerie Proarta, ZurichGroup
2001From Alf to Zox: Contemporary Art from the Museum CollectionsThe Fralin Museum of Art - University of Virginia Art Museums, Charlottesville, VAGroup
2001A defining generation. Then and Now. 1961 and 2001The Rose Art Museum, Waltham, MAGroup
2001Paper Invitational IVWoodward Gallery, New York City, NYGroup
2001Light and Movement of the Century Abstract ArtGallery Hyundai, SeoulGroup
2001Pop Impact! From Johns To WarholIndianapolis Museum of Art - IMA, Indianapolis, INGroup
2001Pop Art & Co - Uniques, Graphics and MultiplesBurkhard Eikelmann Com, DusseldorfGroup
2001Accrochage de groupeGalerie Denise René - Rive Gauche, ParisGroup
2001Print Matters. New Works and Modern TreasuresVirginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, VAGroup
2001Pop Art: U.S. U.K. Connections, 1956-1966The Menil Collection, Houston, TXGroup
2001Hit and RunWoodward Gallery, New York City, NYGroup
2000The Cities CollectWalker Art Center, Minneapolis, MNGroup
2000Made in USA Galerie & Edition Bode GmbH, Nuremberg Group
2000TOP IN POPGalerie Döbele GmbH, DresdenGroup
2000Art at Work: Forty Years of the Chase Manhattan CollectionQueens Museum of Art (QMA),New York City, NYGroup
1999Robert Indiana - Love, Decade and the American DreamWoodward Gallery, New York City, NYSolo
1998Robert Indiana, Rétrospective 1958-1998MAMAC - Musee d´Art Moderne et d`Art Contemporain Nice, NiceSolo
1996Robert Indiana: Hartley ElegiesIndianapolis Museum of Art - IMA, Indianapolis, INSolo
1995Robert Indiana Prints From The Ima CollectionIndianapolis Museum of Art - IMA, Indianapolis, INSolo
1972Robert Indiana PrintsIndianapolis Museum of Art - IMA, Indianapolis, INSolo

Total Turnover: $30,644,517

Total Number Of Artworks Sold: 210

Total Sell Through Rate: 84.00%

Artworks Sold Price Range



Total Turnover: $30,644,517

Number Of Artworks Sold

Total Number Of Artworks Sold: 210

Sell Through Rate

Total Sell Through Rate: 84.00%
Robert Indiana-The American Dream No. 2-1982

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  • Artist: Robert Indiana
  • Artwork: The American Dream No. 2
  • Size: image 61.0 x 61.0 mm. (each) sheet 68.0 x 68.0 cm
  • Medium : The complete set of four screenprints in colours on Fabriano wove paper
  • Creation Year: 1982
  • Last Estimated Price: $5,107 - $7,660
  • Last Hammer Price: $6,384 *
  • Highest Hammer Price: $6,384 *
Robert Indiana-American Dream No. 5 (The Golden Five)-1980

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  • Artist: Robert Indiana
  • Artwork: American Dream No. 5 (The Golden Five)
  • Size: image 61.0 x 61.0 mm. (each) sheet 68.0 x 68.0 cm
  • Medium : The complete set of five screenprints in colours on Fabriano wove paper
  • Creation Year: 1980
  • Last Estimated Price: $5,107 - $7,660
  • Last Hammer Price: $6,384 *
  • Highest Hammer Price: $6,384 *
Robert Indiana-Love-1967

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  • Artist: Robert Indiana
  • Artwork: Love
  • Size: 91.4 x 91.4 cm
  • Medium : Oil on canvas
  • Creation Year: 1967
  • Last Estimated Price: $1,000,000 - $1,500,000
  • Last Hammer Price: $1,100,000 *
  • Highest Hammer Price: $1,100,000 *
Robert Indiana-Love-1967

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  • Artist: Robert Indiana
  • Artwork: Love
  • Size: 91.4 x 91.4 cm
  • Medium : Oil on canvas
  • Creation Year: 1967
  • Last Estimated Price: $1,000,000 - $1,500,000
  • Last Hammer Price: $950,000 *
  • Highest Hammer Price: $950,000 *
Robert Indiana-8-1962

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  • Artist: Robert Indiana
  • Artwork: 8
  • Size: 42.9 x 42.9 cm
  • Medium : Oil on canvas
  • Creation Year: 1962
  • Last Estimated Price: $80,000 - $120,000
  • Last Hammer Price: $105,000 *
  • Highest Hammer Price: $105,000 *
Robert Indiana-Amor-1998

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  • Artist: Robert Indiana
  • Artwork: Amor
  • Size: 243.8 x 243.8 x 121.9 cm
  • Medium : Polychromed aluminum
  • Creation Year: 1998
  • Last Estimated Price: $650,000 - $850,000
  • Last Hammer Price: Not Sold
  • Highest Hammer Price: Not Sold
Robert Indiana-The Calumet, From Decade-1971

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  • Artist: Robert Indiana
  • Artwork: The Calumet, From Decade
  • Size: image: 81.3 x 75.6; sheet: 99.1 x 81.0 cm
  • Medium : Screenprint in colors, on Schoellers Parole paper
  • Creation Year: 1971
  • Last Estimated Price: $1,000 - $1,500
  • Last Hammer Price: $1,700 *
  • Highest Hammer Price: $1,700 *
Robert Indiana-The Golden Future Of America, From An American Portrait, 1776-1976-1976

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Robert Indiana-Classic Love-1995

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  • Artist: Robert Indiana
  • Artwork: Classic Love
  • Size: overall: 306.0 x 304.8 cm
  • Medium : Wool rug multiple in blue, green and red
  • Creation Year: 1995
  • Last Estimated Price: $5,000 - $7,000
  • Last Hammer Price: $4,000 *
  • Highest Hammer Price: $4,000 *