Monthly Archives: September 2016

Robert Indiana taps Bob Dylan for inspiration

  The parallels between Robert Indiana and Bob Dylan aren’t obvious, but they’re there. Both grew up in the Midwest and came to New York to find their creative voice. Both were inspired by the possibility of romance of the … Continue reading

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LEWISTON — The likeness is striking, uncanny even. It’s Robert Indiana as a young man, with a black cap pulled down over his brow, his eyes conveying a youthful hope. He’s about 30 years old in this photo, taken in … Continue reading

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Robert Indiana: Now and Then

      Robert Indiana: Now and Then Now and Then follows the career of one of America’s most celebrated living artists associated with Pop Art, Robert Indiana. Featured are over 50 works, including his icons, EAT, LOVE, and HOPE, THE ALPHABET, and his latest series, … Continue reading

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BATES MUSEUM of ART

ROBERT INDIANA: NOW AND THEN features over 70 works, including his icons EAT, LOVE, HOPE, THE ALPHABET, and the debut of his latest series, the extraordinary LIKE A ROLLING STONE. The latter merges the work of two of the most iconic American pop … Continue reading

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