First Annual International HOPE Day- Sept. 13, 2014

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ROBERT INDIANA, The artist who brought the world LOVE in the 1960s fulfills his promise made on the Today Show five years ago: “I want to bring HOPE to the world.” The artist’s words prove prophetic when monumental sculptures will … Continue reading

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VOICES OF HOPE & HOPE AROUND THE WORLD

Voices of Hope, begun by Robert Indiana and Michael McKenzie in 2010 will now feature the brilliant photography of Timothy Greenfield-Sanders, perhaps the most important portrait photographer in the art world today. The book/film/Museum Exhibition will feature multiple versions of Indiana’s classic Hope in tandem with Greenfield-Sanders portraits of such notables as Alec Baldwin, Beyonce Knowles, Hillary Clinton, David Bowie, Muhammed Ali, Jodi Foster, Sean ‘Puffy’ Combs and Calvin Klein, among others. The text by Michael McKenzie will profile the personalities including views on life and charity with important hopeful quotes.

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YOU CAN GO HOME AGAIN

Robert Indiana A-Z at Munson Williams Proctor Museum

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The site of Indiana’s early university training, he returns some 65 years later to have a full scale Museum Exhibition focused on recent works 2008 – 2013. The exhibit shows Indian’s vision from concept to paper to canvas to three dimensional sculpture in both the masterpiece HOPE and his long awaited ALPHABET.

The show is comprised of over 100 works including works from aged 5 to age 85, a staggering chronicle of a life in art. The exhibit contains the artists newest works exploring some of his early icons including Love, ART, EAT, He and She. The exhibit is the missing link to the Whitney Show which contains works from 1954 – 2004, providing the critical base that lead to how a Midwest boy of modest means named Robert Clark became Robert Indiana, a founder of Pop Art along with Warhol and Lichtenstein.  The exhibit will continue through January 2014.

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See Robert Indiana exhibit this holiday in the historic Four Seasons Restaurant

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Woodward Gallery exhibits Robert Indiana this holiday season in the historic Four Seasons Restaurant at 99 East 52nd Street, NYC with the Alphabet “A-Z” series in the lobby and the “EAT- ART” installation of large scale canvases in the Pool Room.

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The “Icons” Exhibition features lasting single word messages.

ROBERT INDIANA – ICONS
Opening Reception: Saturday, November 2nd 6-8pm

Robert Indiana is concurrently featured with traveling exhibitions at The Whitney Museum of American Art (Retrospective) and The Munson Williams Proctor Arts Institute. Woodward Gallery is delighted to be among these prestigious institutions, and will unveil Part II of Robert Indiana’s new body of work, “Icons”, on paper and canvas in November and December 2013.

The “Icons” Exhibition features lasting single word messages. The launch of his most recent work includes “EAT”, “HE”, “SHE”, “ART” to reveal what has become precious to this Artist in his 85th year. Robert Indiana originally premiered “EAT” at the World’s Fair in 1963. Now fifty years later, Indiana is inspired to revisit this iconic symbol in contrasting color and letter arrangements. The early works of art at the Whitney Museum curated by Barbara Haskell “explore the power of language, American identity, and the artist’s personal history for five decades” while his present works of art at Woodward continue to reinforce just how relevant Robert Indiana remains today!

Woodward Gallery exhibits Robert Indiana this holiday season in the historic Four Seasons Restaurant at 99 East 52nd Street, NYC with the Alphabet “A-Z” series in the lobby and the “EAT- ART” installation of large scale canvases in the Pool Room.

Robert Indiana is among the world’s most revered living artists with works in the permanent collections of more than 100 museums including: the MOMA, the Whitney, and the MET in New York; Shanghai Art Museum, China; Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Israel; Museum Ludwig, Germany and the Louvre Museum, France.

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We extend our congratulations to Robert Indiana!

ROBERT INDIANA: BEYOND LOVE

SEPT 26, 2013–JAN 5, 2014

WHITNEY MUSEUM of AMERICAN ART

Robert Indiana (b. 1928), Decade: Autoportrait 1961, 1972-77. Oil on canvas, 72 × 72 in. (182.9 × 182.9 cm). Collection of the McNay Art Museum, San Antonio, Texas; gift of Robert L. B. Tobin. ©2013 Morgan Art Foundation, Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

http://whitney.org/Exhibitions/RobertIndiana

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In the works…A Retrospective with Bob Gruen

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URBAN POP EDITIONS AND MORE…..

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Major editions, unique works on paper and a select body of canvasses of AIKO, CRASH, TRISTAN EATON, RON ENGLISH and DAN WITZ are released to public Feb 5, 2013. The next great generation of artists, Urban Pop takes the work … Continue reading

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Robert Indiana A-Z

Robert Indiana A-Z is a unique artbook-as-autobiography with a long text taken directly from extensive interviews with the artist documenting his work from childhood in the 1930s, his 1960s masterpiece LOVE right to his recent icons of HOPE and The Alphabet. The book will be released in Fall timed to the artist’s travelling museum show opening at The Munson Proctor Institute in October, 2013. A film of the same name is also in the editing stage.

For Museum booking contact jlandau@a-r-t.com Landau Travelling Museum Shows.

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ROBERT INDIANA FOUR SEASONS OF HOPE PORTFOLIO RELEASED February 2013.

A new color palette for Robert Indiana – the ‘Rainbow Roll’ – takes a quantum leap with this historically important portfolio. Comprised of four interpretive silkscreens depicting the seasons, the portfolio explores the 8’ x 8’ paintings the artist exhibited at New York’s famous restaurant of the same name.

The portfolio is available in a silver edition of 125 and a deluxe Gold edition of 82, signed and numbered consecutively. Printed on coventry 320 gram archival rag paper.

Collector and Gallery Inquiries contact:

Howard Rosenbaum-

Howard@RosenbaumContemparary.com 561/ 994 – 4422

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