Listen to the NPR story on Robert Indiana and hear him discuss his life and career.
Barbara Haskell, the curator for the exhibition “Robert Indiana: Beyond Love” at the Whitney Museum of American Art through the end of 2013, gave a talk last week on Robert Indiana at the Smithsonian American Art Museum. Here it is in its entirety.
In this interview from October 4, 2013, Indiana tells Anny Shaw all sorts of interesting things as he’s apparently walking around the galleries at the Whitney . Have a read here.
Some reviews have already come back as quite positive for the exhibition, “Robert Indiana: Beyond Love” at the Whitney Museum of American Art. Ken Johnson at the New York Times declares: “It will be a revelation even for viewers who think they know something about Mr. Indiana.” Ula Ilnytzky’s piece, which was picked up nationally, […]
Robert Indiana: Beyond Love opens today to the public at the Whitney Museum of American Art. We couldn’t be happier that the Whitney has put together this retrospective and can’t wait to see it, and read the catalogue. The New York Times recently featured an article about Indiana and the exhibition read it here.
Blouin ARTINFO’s editor-at-large Benjamin Genocchio travelled to speak with Indiana this summer. In this video you get to walk through Indiana’s home, “The Star of Hope,” located on the island Vinalhaven, which is about 40 minutes off the coast of Maine.
Looking at everything other than Indiana’s iconic “LOVE” paintings and sculptures, this exhibition is the first retrospective of Robert Indiana in New York City, and one of his largest exhibitions to day. Curated by Barbara Haskell, the exhibition opens on September 26th and features a major catalog. More information on the Whitney’s web page.