Robert Indiana 1928 —

Biography

ROBERT INDIANA  (American 1929 - )

 

"I've always been fascinated by numbers. Before I was seventeen years old, I had lived in twenty-one different houses. In my mind, each of those houses had a number."
__Robert Indiana

"Many, many of my paintings have come from the first chapter of Moby Dick."
__Robert Indiana

"There have been many American SIGN painters, but there never were any American sign PAINTERS."
__Robert Indiana

"My work never had any element of movement, motion, compositional flux, any of those things which are associated with art since the Renaissance, shall we say? In other words, the pre-art, before the Renaissance, the Romanesque and the Byzantine, were all --- People where fixed. This is what my work would have been closer to."
__Robert Indiana
In an interview of Robert Indiana conducted  Sept.12-1963 by Richard Brown Baker, for the Archives of American Art.

 

In his paintings and constructions he has given new meaning to such basic words as "Eat", "Die" and "Love" . Using them in bold block letters in vivid colors, he has enticed his viewers to look at the commonplace from a new perspective. One indication of his success was the appearance of his immensely popular multi-colored "Love" on a United States postage stamp in 1973.



Robert Indiana's exercise in emphasis sums up Robert Indiana's position in the world of contemporary art. He has taken the everyday symbols of roadside America and made them into brilliantly colored geometric pop art. In his work he has been an ironic commentator on the American scene. Both his graphics and his paintings have made cultural statements on life and, during the rebellious 1960s, pointed political statements as well.

 

A moralist at heart and an admirer of Longfellow, Whitman and Melville, Indiana often wryly prods his viewers. In a billboard4ike triptych dedicated to Melville, for example, he reminds them of Manhattan's past and suggests they walk around the island-city. He also feels a strong kinship with such earlier precisionist painters as Charles Demuth and showed his admiration in The Demuth American Dream No.5 (1963, Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto). Although painted in Indiana's own idiom, it was clearly inspired by Demuth's well-known I Saw the Figure 5 in Gold (1928, Metropolitan Museum of Art).
The American dream has been a recurring theme in Indiana's work, and he has used it to both celebrate and criticize the national way of life. In the midst of all the gaudy, star-spangled color of The American Dream #J (1961, Museum of Modern Art), for instance, he highlights the words "Take All" and "Tilt" as reminders both of Americans' materialism and of the tendency of some to cheat, as they do on pinball machines.

 

In his paintings and constructions he has given new meaning to such basic words as "Eat", "Die" and "Love" . Using them in bold block letters in vivid colors, he has enticed his viewers to look at the commonplace from a new perspective. One indication of his success was the appearance of his immensely popular multi-colored "Love" on a United States postage stamp in 1973.


ROBERT INDIANA - Biography

Born Robert Clark in New Castle, Indiana, in 1928, he adopted the name of his native state as a pseudonymous surname early in his career.   His name, on his birth certificate, read "Robert Clark." He once referred to "Robert Indiana" as his "nom de brush," and said it was the only name by which he cared to go by.

 

During his typically Midwestern boyhood, highway signs had a symbolic importance for him. His father worked for Phillips 66 gas and, when he left his wife and son, he did so down Route #66. And the diner which his mother subsequently operated had the familiar "EAT" sign looming overhead.

 

He graduated from Arsenal Technical High School, Indianapolis in 1942 and had his first one-man show of watercolors. Works which bear the influence of Reginald Marsh, Edward Hopper and Charles Sheeler.  Indiana continued his studies of art at the Herron School of Art in Indianapolis and then at the Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute in Utica, New York. From there he went to the School of the Art Institute of Chicago where he received a degree in 1953 and won a traveling fellowship to Europe. In 1954, he attended Edinburgh University and Edinburgh College of Art in Scotland.

 

Back in America, Indiana settled in the historic Coentes Slip area on the New York waterfront in 1956 and showed his first hard-edged paintings the following year. From the start he worked with bold, contrasting, sometimes clashing, colors that mirror familiar signs along the highways.  He began to work in with geometric pop art styles, incorporating the visual techniques and motifs of commercial advertising, such as the use of strident color and oversized scale. His precision painting often highlights aspects of American life in an ironic, and therefore critical context.   He became part of an artist community that included Ellsworth Kelly and Jack Youngerman, and began to experiment in geometric pop art styles.
In the early 1960s he did his first constructions of junk wood and weathered iron. These works, at first severely geometric, combine metal and wood with gesso. In his best-known work, "The American Dream #1" (1961, Museum of Modern Art), his headlines "Take All" and "Tilt", inscribed upon a background of gaudy, star spangled color, represent Indiana's judgment of American values.  Several of his works were purchased by major museums and collectors and his pieces were included in many exhibitions, including his first one-man show in 1962 at the Stable Gallery, New York.  In 1964 he collaborated with Andy Warhol on the film EAT and in the same year received his first public commission, a work for the exterior of the New York State Pavilion at the New York World's Fair -- a 20-foot EAT Sign. His most famous image, LOVE, first lettered on canvas in 1965, became a universal symbol for the hippie generation.

 

Although Indiana came to prominence during the 1960's, his concerns have always differed greatly from those of his contemporaries. Whereas the general pop movement took interest in the mass media and trappings of consumer culture, Indiana was drawn to Americana and national and cultural identity.  The United States Post Office used his popular image "Love" on a United States postage stamp in 1973.

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Love Tapestry

Love Tapestry
Wool

70 x 70 inches
Edition of 150

ROBERT INDIANA - Public collections: Foreign  


Australia
Queensland Art Gallery / Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane, QLD

Austria
Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig - MUMOK , Vienna

Brazil
mam - Museu de Arte Moderna de São Paulo, São Paulo

Canada
Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver, BC

France
MAMAC - Musee d´Art Moderne et d'Art Contemporain Nice, Nice

Germany
Museum Frieder Burda, Baden-Baden
Sammlung Alison & Peter W. Klein, Eberdingen-Nussdorf
Museum Folkwang Essen, Essen
Museum Kurhaus Kleve, Kleve
LMO Landesmuseum für Kunst und Kulturgeschichte Oldenburg Prinzenpalais, Oldenburg
Kunsthalle Weishaupt, Ulm

Iran
Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art, Tehran

Israel
Haifa Museum of Art, Haifa

Italy
CAMeC - Centro de Arte Moderna e Contemporanea della Spezia, La Spezia

Japan
Hara Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo

Portugal
Berardo Museum - Collection of Modern and Contemporary Art, Lisbon

South Korea
Amore Pacific Museum, Yongin-si

United Kingdom
Tate Britain, London (England)


ROBERT INDIANA - Collections: USA


University of Virginia Museum, Charlottesville, VA
DePaul University Art Museum, Chicago, IL
Pomona College Museum of Art, Claremont, CA
Berman Museum of Art, Collegeville, PA
Columbia Museum of Art, Columbia, SC
Figge Art Museum, Davenport, IA
The Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit, MI
Faulconer Gallery, Grinnell, IA
Indianapolis Museum of Art - IMA, Indianapolis, IN
Polk Museum of Art, Lakeland, FL
Bates College Museum of Arts, Lewiston, ME
Sheldon Museum of Art, Lincoln, NE
The Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Minneapolis, MN
Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN
MoMA - Museum of Modern Art, New York City, NY
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York City, NY
Oklahoma City Museum of Art, Oklahoma City, OK
Miami University Art Museum, Oxford, OH
The McNay Art Museum, San Antonio, TX
Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA
Swope Art Museum, Terre Haute, IN
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston MA
Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco
Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Hirschhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington DC
National Gallery of Art, Washington DC
Smithsonian Museum of American Art, Washington DC


ROBERT INDIANA - Solo shows

2009
Robert Indiana and the Star of Hope -Farnsworth Art Museum, Rockland, ME
Robert Indiana - Love & Hope - Rosenbaum Contemporary, Boca Raton, FL

2008
Robert Indiana - Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York City, NY
Robert Indiana - Galerie Boisserée, Cologne
Robert Indiana - PAC Padiglione d'Arte Contemporanea, Milan
Robert Indiana - Museum Wiesbaden, Wiesbaden

2007
Robert Indiana - Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York City, NY
Robert Indiana: a retrospective - Galerie Gmurzynska - Zürich, Zurich
Robert Indiana - Museum Kurhaus Kleve, Kleve
Robert Indiana - Galerie Laurent Strouk, Paris

2006
Social Justice: Robert Indiana - Miami University Art Museum, Oxford, OH

2005
Robert Indiana: The Hartley Elegies - Bates College Museum of Arts, Lewiston, ME
American Love - Paul Thiebaud Gallery - San Francisco, San Francisco, CA

2004
Robert Indiana - Gallery Hyundai, Seoul
Robert Indiana - Paintings and Sculpture - Waddington Galleries, London (England)

2003
Robert Indiana - The Story of Love - Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art - SMoCA, Scottsdale, AZ
Robert Indiana: Prints and Sculpture - Greenfield Sacks Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
Robert Indiana - Letters, Words and Numbers - L&M Arts, New York, New York City, NY

2001
Indiana - Galerie Denise René - Espace Marais, Paris

1999
Robert Indiana - Love, Decade and the American Dream - Woodward Gallery, New York City, NY

1998
Robert Indiana, Rétrospective 1958-1998 - MAMAC - Musee d´Art Moderne et d'Art Contemporain Nice, Nice

1991
Robert Indiana - Teh Berlin Series - Galerie Michael Schultz, Berlin   

1989
Robert Indiana - Galerie Natalie Seroussi, Paris

1968
Robert Indiana - The McNay Art Museum, San Antonio, TX
Robert Indiana - ICA - Institute of Contemporary Art - University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA

 
ROBERT INDIANA - Group shows

2010
Sculpture - Waddington Galleries, London (England)
POP ART - Druckgraphik - Galerie Wolfgang Exner, Vienna 
BildTexte - TextBilder - Galerie Ernst Hilger, Vienna 
Accrochage - Galerie Boisserée, Cologne 
Collector's Favorite - Gallery Hyundai, Seoul
Global Art Show - The Columns, Seoul
Life as a Legend: Marilyn Monroe - MOCA - Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville, Jacksonville, FL
Group Show - MOCA - Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville, Jacksonville, FL

2009
LIGHTS! CAMERA! TRASH! - Galerie Fluegel-Roncak Showroom, Nuremberg 
Dreisig mal Dreissig - galerie merkle, Stuttgart
RÜCKSCHAU IN DIE MODERNE - Grafik und Malerei im 20. Jahrhundert aus der Sammlung Richard H. Mayer - Museum Junge Kunst, Frankfurt / Oder
ACCROCHAGE - Neuankäufe und ausgewählte Exponate aus den Beständen - Galerie Boisserée, Cologne   a Hartung a Warhol. Presenze internazionali nella collezione Cozzani. Opere dalle raccolte del CAMeC - CAMeC - Centro de Arte Moderna e Contemporanea della Spezia, La Spezia
Wordscapes: Text as Image in Contemporary Art - The Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Minneapolis, MN
Beyond Black White and Gray - L&M Arts, New York, New York City, NY
Weltanschauung Visione Del Mondo - Art Forum Würth Capena, Capena
Pop, Polit und Pin ups. Pop Art Grafik aus der Sammlung Beck - Städtische Galerie Bietigheim-Bissingen, Bietigheim-Bissingen
Numbers, Color and Text: Works from the Collection - The Rose Art Museum, Waltham, MA
Sculpture: Post-War to Present - Maxwell Davidson Gallery, New York City, NY
Von Picasso bis Warhol, Künstlerschmuck der Avantgarde - Museum für Angewandte Kunst, Cologne
Da Hartung a Warhol - CAMeC - Centro de Arte Moderna e Contemporanea della Spezia, La Spezia
Antes bis Zimmer - Galerie Voigt, Nuremberg
Pop Prints - Surrey Art Gallery, Surrey, BC
Marilyn Monroe: Life as a Legend - Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg, Manitoba
Art in Blue Blue in Art - Sculpture, Painting and Art Furniture in Blue - The Columns, Seoul
Innovations in the Third Dimension: Sculpture of Our Time - Bruce Museum, Greenwich, CT

2008
Change America - Robert Berman Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
ZERO lebt - europäische Avantgarde der 50er und 60er Jahre - Kunsthalle Weishaupt, Ulm
MORE THAN WORDS - Von Lintel Gallery, New York City, NY
Pop Art and After: Prints and Popular Culture - Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum, New Brunswick, NJ
Direct Encounters: The Essence of Portraiture - - Forum Gallery - Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA closed, 2009

The Moments of Arario - Arario Cheonan, Cheonan-si
Paintings & Drawings - L&M Arts, New York, New York City, NY
Neue Ansichten - Die Sammlung zeitgenössischer Kunst - Museum Kurhaus Kleve, Kleve
American Art Since 1945: In a New Light - The McNay Art Museum, San Antonio, TX
art in the park - Galerie Gmurzynska - Zürich, Zurich
Die Hände der Kunst - MARTa Herford, Herford
Group Show - Art Statements Gallery, Hong Kong, SAR 
Pop and Op - Nassau County Museum of Art, Roslyn Harbor, NY
Pressing Issues - Des Moines Art Center, Des Moines, IA

2007
Modern Contemporary Masters - Galerie Gmurzynska - St. Moritz, St. Moritz
Art Market Now - The Columns, Seoul
Pop Art! 1956-1968 - Scuderie del Quirinale, Rome
Marilyn Monroe, Life as a Legend - Sioux City Art Center, Sioux City, IA
BODYPOLITCX - Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art, Rotterdam
Sign Language - Des Moines Art Center, Des Moines, IA
Dialogando ................ - Galleria La Fenice, Sassari 
Numerica - SMS Contemporanea, ex Palazzo Delle Papesse, Siena
Poetry in Motion - Galerie Beyeler, Basel
Summer of Love - Art of the Psychedelic Era - Whitney Museum of American Art, New York City, NY
When Art Worlds Collide - The 60 - Woodward Gallery, New York City, NY
News on Paper - - Burkhard Eikelmann Com, Dusseldorf (closed, 2010)
Marilyn Monroe - Life as a Legend - The Dayton Art Institute, Dayton, OH
Temptations - The Columns, Seoul
Pop Art at Princeton - Permanent and Promised - Princeton University Art Museum, Princeton, NJ
Fondation Beyeler: EROS in der Kunst der Moderne - Bank Austria Kunstforum, Vienna

2006
Life as a Legend - Marilyn Monroe - Boca Raton Museum of Art, Boca Raton, FL
Das Öffnen und Schließen des Mundes - Galerie Julius Hummel, Vienna
Numbers - Arithmeum, Bonn
busy going crazy. the Sylvio Perlstein collection - La Maison Rouge, Paris
EROS in der Kunst der Moderne - Foundation Beyeler, Riehen
Marilyn - The Women's Museum, Dallas, TX
Art on the Edge - , Omaha, NE
Das Achte Feld - Geschlechter, Leben u. Begehren in der bildenden Kunst s. 1960 - Museum Ludwig, Cologne
Iconic Impressions - Prints from the 20 th Century - Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, DE
Weltanschauung- Visione del mondo - Riso Museo d'Arte Contemporanea della Sicilia, Palermo
Pop Goes the Press - Prints from the Permanent Collection, 1960-1990 - Allentown Art Museum, Allentown, PA
Sound & Vision - Museo della Città, Perugia
Pop! - Mead Art Museum, Amherst, MA
Do the right bling - SM's -Stedelijk Museum, 's-Hertogenbosch
Pop Art 1956-2006 - The First 50 Years - Polk Museum of Art, Lakeland, FL
Variations on a Theme - American Prints from Albers to Lichtenstein - USC Fisher Museum - University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA

2005
Looking at Words - Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York City, NY
Schrift, Zeichen, Geste. Carlfriedrich Claus im Kontext von Klee bis Pollock - Kunstsammlungen Chemnitz, Chemnitz
Made in USA - ausgewählte Graphik - Galerie & Edition Bode GmbH, Nuremberg 
Dimensions - Winston Wächter Fine Art - New York, New York City, NY
Pop! - UMMA - The University of Michigan Museum of Art, Ann Arbor, MI
Summer of Love Art of the Psychedelic Era - Tate Liverpool, Liverpool (England)
Do it yourself - Positionen von den sechziger Jahren bis Heute - Hamburger Bahnhof - Museum für Gegenwart, Berlin
40 Jahre Galerie Thomas - Galerie Thomas, Munich
Memoire de la liberte - Galerie tazl., Weiz
COLOR - Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York City, NY

2004
Made in USA popart - Galerie Laurent Strouk, Paris
Summer Jam - - Burkhard Eikelmann Com, Dusseldorf (closed, 2010)
Love - Rudolf Budja Galerie / Artmosphere Salzburg, Salzburg
Marilyn - From Anastasi to Weegee - Sean Kelly Gallery, New York City, NY
Pop Classics - ARoS Aarhus Kunstmuseum, Aarhus
Support - Die Neue Galerie als Sammlung - 1950 - Heute - Neue Galerie, Universalmuseum Joanneum, Graz
Modern Means: Continuity and Change in Art from 1880 to the Present - Mori Art Museum, Tokyo
HOMMAGE A PICASSO - 50 KÜnstler - 80 Exponate in verschiedenen Techniken - Galerie Wolfgang Exner, Vienna 
Under $2,000 Albers < Zaugg - Brooke Alexander Editions, New York City, NY

2003
pop art - Druckgraphieken - Galerie Wolfgang Exner, Vienna  
on - inaugural show - Galerie Xippas - Athens, Athens
The Pop Art Show - - Burkhard Eikelmann Com, Dusseldorf (closed, 2010)
Pop Art from the Collection - Williams College Museum of Art, Williamstown, MA
Andy Warhol and the Pop Aesthetic - Permanent Collection and Loans - ASU Art Museum - Arizona State University Art Museum, Tempe, AZ
The Pow!er of Pop - Museum Kunst Palast, Dusseldorf
SCULPTORS IN PRINT - Tobey C. Moss Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
"Marilyn. The life of a legend" - - County Hall Gallery, London (England) (closed)
Painting Explosion - 1958 1963, Part I - Blanton Museum of Art, Austin, TX
P (OP) - Conner Contemporary Art, Washington, DC 
Contemporary Prints and Photographs from the Bruce Brown Collection - Colby College Museum of Art, Waterville, ME

2002
POPjack: Warhol to Murakami - Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, Denver, CO
Pressed - The Silkscreen - Tacoma Art Museum, Tacoma, WA
Andy Warhol and Friends - American Art of the 60s and 70s - Haggerty Museum of Art, Milwaukee, WI
"AMERICAN SCENE" - M-ART Galerie, Hamburg
Pow! - Werke der Pop Art aus der Sammlung Lauffs - Museen Haus Lange / Haus Esters, Krefeld
Memoir of Freedom - CAM - Chelsea Art Museum, New York City, NY

2001
Licht und Hoffnung - Galerie Proarta, Zurich
A defining generation. Then and Now. 1961 and 2001 - The Rose Art Museum, Waltham, MA
Accrochage de groupe - Galerie Denise René - Espace Marais, Paris
Light and Movement of the Century Abstract Art - Gallery Hyundai, Seoul
Pop Art & Co - Uniques, Graphics and Multiples - - , Dusseldorf (closed, 2010)
Accrochage de groupe - Galerie Denise René - Rive Gauche, Paris
Print Matters. New Works and Modern Treasures - Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, VA

2000
The Cities Collect - Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN
Made in USA - Originalgraphik - Galerie & Edition Bode GmbH, Nuremberg        
TOP IN POP - Galerie Döbele GmbH - Dresden, Dresden 
Art at Work: Forty Years of the Chase Manhattan Collection - Queens Museum of Art (QMA), New York City, NY

1999
Europop - A Dialogue with the US - ARKEN Museum for Moderne Kunst, Ishoj

1998
Dez. 1998 - Galerie Ernst Hilger, Vienna 
The '60s in the Seventies - Ubu Gallery, New York City, NY
Von Rodin bis Trockel - Museum Kurhaus Kleve, Kleve
American Pop Art - Palazzo Ducale, Genoa

1996
Pop Art und Hyperrealism in den USA - Kunstraum Innsbruck, Innsbruck

1995
Dictated by Life: Marsden Hartley's German Paintings and Robert Indiana's Hartley's Elegies - Frost Art Museum, Miami, FL
Dictated by Life - Frederick R. Weisman Art Museum, Minneapolis, MN
Elvis + Marilyn: 2 X Immortal - Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, Houston, TX

1992
Sammlung Junge Kunst der König-Brauerei - Nassauischer Kunstverein, Wiesbaden

1991
La Vitesse - Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris
Word As Image: American Art 1960-1990 - Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, Houston, TX

1987
Mathematik in der Kunst der letzten dreißig Jahre - Wilhelm Hack Museum, Ludwigshafen

1986
Les Annees 60 - Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris

1985
1 cent life - Musée d´art contemporain de Montréal, Montreal, QC

1984
Theaterplakate heute - Nassauischer Kunstverein, Wiesbaden

1976
Druckgrafik von Künstlern der USA nach 1945 - Kunsthalle zu Kiel, Kiel
New York in Europa - Neue Nationalgalerie, Berlin

1973
Hommage á Picasso - Neue Nationalgalerie, Berlin

1972
Metamorphose de Dinges - Kunsthalle Basel, Basel  

1971
Metamorphose de Dinges - Palazzo Reale, Milan
Metamorphose de Dinges - Neue Nationalgalerie, Berlin
Metamorphose de Dinges - Museum Boijmans van Beuningen, Rotterdam
Metamorphose de Dinges - BOZAR - Palais des Beaux-Arts / Paleis voor Schone Kunsten, Brussels

1969
Sammlung 1968 Karl Ströher - Kunsthalle Düsseldorf, Dusseldorf 
Sammlung 1968 Karl Ströher - Neue Nationalgalerie, Berlin

1968
Sammlung 1968 Karl Ströher - Kunstverein in Hamburg, Hamburg documenta 4 - Documenta, Kassel

1967
Annual Exhibition of Contemporary American Painting - Whitney Museum of American Art, New York City, NY
Graphik International - Galerie nächst St. Stephan - Rosemarie Schwarzwälder, Vienna  

1963
American Painting and Sculpture 66th Annual - The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL

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