All posts in Robert Indiana

Towards postmodernism: the emergence of artists from Coenties Slip

From the late 1950s to the early 1960s, the Coenties Slip district, located near the docks at the southern tip of Manhattan, was home to a group of artists, who, each in their own way, helped shift American Art History from abstract expressionism to postmodernism. Included among these artists were Ellsworth Kelly, Jack Youngerman, Robert […]

Frieze Sculpture hits Regent’s Park once again

It’s that time of year again! The time of year, that is, where Regent’s Park becomes an open-air art gallery showcasing a number of sculptures. As part of Frieze, Frieze Sculpture includes 23 sculptures presented by an array of galleries. Only in its third year, Frieze Sculpture has become a hit that inspired Frieze New […]

Robert Indiana’s estate seeks legal action to halt reproductions of his best-known works

Nearly a year after the death of Robert Indiana, the artists famous for his ‘LOVE’ and ‘HOPE’ sculptures and prints, the ongoing legal battle that has marred his legacy got a bit thicker. The battle began the day before Indiana passed away on May 20th, 2018 and it has gotten muddier ever since as various […]

Two paintings from collection of Robert Indiana to sale at Christie’s

On the 16th of November Post-War and Contemporary Art Morning Session sale at New York’s Christie’s, two artworks from the estate of Robert Indiana (1928-2018), the late Pop artist, are expected to bring in as much as $4.2 million. The sale of the paintings is to cover, in part, the costs of a federal lawsuit […]