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Fri Mar 21 17:07:47 2014 UTClccn-n500822890.24Robert Indiana : complete work /0.650.97Twenty-six poems /17498463Robert_Indianan 50082289115761Clark, RobertClark, Robert 1928-Robert ClarkRobert Indianalccn-n79058122Mecklenburg, Virginia M.(Virginia McCord)1946-arredtlccn-n81062959National Museum of American Art (U.S.)lccn-n82013417Weinhardt, Carl J.lccn-n96037557Ryan, Susan Elizabethlccn-n79055553Wilmerding, Johnnp-salama caro, simonSalama-Caro, Simonlccn-n79059256Portland Museum of Artlccn-no99017836Marietta/Cobb Museum of Artlccn-n79045444Hartley, Marsden1877-1943illlccn-n93054744Frederick R. Weisman Art MuseumIndiana, Robert1928-Exhibition catalogsCriticism, interpretation, etcCatalogsBiographyIndiana, Robert,United StatesPop artSculptorsHartley, Marsden,Words in artStar of Hope (Vinalhaven, Me.)Art, AmericanNumbers in artStankiewicz, Richard,Numbers in literatureArt, ModernPrints, AmericanEnglish literature--Irish authorsEnglish literatureNevelson, Louise,Vinalhaven PressMaineArtistsWomen sculptorsPiano musicSculpture, AmericanLove poetryLove in artConcrete poetry, AmericanAmerican literatureRubber stampsArtists' studiosRubber stamp artPostersMaine--Vinalhaven IslandHomesPrintsCreeley, Robert,PaintingInfluence (Literary, artistic, etc.)1928196219631964196519661967196819691970197119721973197419751976197719781980198119821983198419861987199019911992199319951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220136086251359709.2N6537.I53ocn312952832ocn315827228ocn229447174ocn862794914ocn313920533ocn312203541ocn314136940ocn311925812ocn712295580ocn832853750ocn253767532ocn867577432ocn691869515ocn057420437ocn0525395765902ocn010753722book19840.50Mecklenburg, Virginia MWood works : constructions by Robert IndianaExhibition catalogs5385ocn022955018book19900.35Weinhardt, Carl JRobert IndianaCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+21666456355182ocn041649683book20000.56Ryan, Susan ElizabethRobert Indiana : figures of speechCriticism, interpretation, etcBy illuminating the enigmas in Indiana's word and image combinations, she helps to explain the longevity of LOVE and its influence on a later generation of artists."--BOOK JACKET+-+02042555851347ocn000030750book19680.93Indiana, RobertNumbers661ocn027352023book19920.70Becker, David PVinalhaven at Bowdoin : one press, multiple impressionsExhibition catalogs512ocn858582301book20120.84Indiana, RobertLouise Nevelson : the way I think is collageCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyCatalogsLouise Nevelson (1899-1988) is one of the most important sculptors of the last century, famous for her large-scale, monochromatic wood assemblages and outdoor works. Nevelson was born in Czarist Russia - immigrating to the US with her family at the age of three - and had her first solo exhibition at the prestigious Nierendorf Gallery in 1941. This extensively illustrated publication - with 157 images in color - is the first to focus on her collage work. Made throughout her career and every bit as important as her parallel work of the time, Nevelson's collages have been out of the public eye for three decades. With never-before-published documentary images alongside personal essays by Robert Indiana and Bill Katz, this long overdue publication repositions these treasures of art history - as well as the reputation of their creator - for today's audience373ocn055214209book20040.73Indiana : peace paintingsExhibition catalogs341ocn002927870book19710.97Godfrey, JohnTwenty-six poems271ocn009323655book19690.97Hero251ocn001465935book19660.92Cladders, JohannesRobert Indiana: Number paintingsExhibition catalogs181ocn179295628book20050.76Indiana, RobertRobert Indiana : the Hartley elegies, the collection projectExhibition catalogs181ocn436318629visu20080.73Nevelson awareness in the fourth dimensionBiography"This film examines the artist's work through Nevelson's own words and those of individuals who knew her intimately. The film gives the viewer a window to understanding the work of this artist whose unyielding dedication allowed her to achieve the artistic success she knew was her destiny"--Farnsworth Art Museum website173ocn772861465book20120.73Indiana, RobertRobert Indiana : new perspectivesMonografie van de Amerikaans beeldend kunstenaar (geb. 1928), waarin een overzicht wordt gegeven van zijn grafisch en beeldend werk+-+5086820228152ocn006188995book19690.96Indiana, RobertTrilove : 3 poems113ocn312952832book19710.66Indiana, RobertRobert Indiana : Druckgraphik und Plakate, 1961-1971 = the prints and posters, 1961-1971CatalogsExhibition catalogs112ocn255615538book20060.66Indiana, RobertRobert IndianaCriticism, interpretation, etcCatalogs"Robert Indiana's paintings are quintessential pop art. His fascination with letters and numbers, billboards, and other vernacular signage has resulted in some of the most iconic images in modern American art. Indiana's famous LOVE paintings and sculptures are perhaps his most well-known works. Now, in this long-awaited survey of Indiana's art and designs, three leading art historians examine the different periods of his life and oeuvre. The volume includes his pop culture roots--his early paintings of road signs, pinball machines, the "American Dream"--as well as his own writings and photographs. This important monograph assures Indiana's place in the art world alongside contemporaries Warhol, Lichtenstein, and Rosenquist."--Publisher's website+-+552373293582ocn056650690book20040.24Hobbs, Robert CarletonRobert Indiana : complete workCatalogs+-+321173293573ocn604916989book20070.53Indiana, RobertRobert Indiana : Museum Kurhaus Kleve, Museum Wiesbaden : [anlässlich der Ausstellung im Museum Kurhaus Kleve, 26.8.2007-6.1.2008, Museum Wiesbaden, 20.1.-18.5.2008]Exhibition catalogs71ocn490137417book19970.66The Arnold anthology of British and Irish literature in English+-+K36071598572ocn030129443book19670.92Katz, William AStamped indelibly : a collection of rubberstamp prints3032ocn084543282book20060.66Indiana, RobertRobert IndianaCriticism, interpretation, etcCatalogs"Robert Indiana's paintings are quintessential pop art. His fascination with letters and numbers, billboards, and other vernacular signage has resulted in some of the most iconic images in modern American art. Indiana's famous LOVE paintings and sculptures are perhaps his most well-known works. Now, in this long-awaited survey of Indiana's art and designs, three leading art historians examine the different periods of his life and oeuvre. The volume includes his pop culture roots--his early paintings of road signs, pinball machines, the "American Dream"--as well as his own writings and photographs. This important monograph assures Indiana's place in the art world alongside contemporaries Warhol, Lichtenstein, and Rosenquist."--Publisher's website+-+55237329352792ocn041978289book19990.70Indiana, RobertLove and the American dream : the art of Robert IndianaExhibition catalogs+-+73620316452762ocn032437686book19950.59McDonnell, PatriciaDictated by life : Marsden Hartley's German paintings and Robert Indiana's Hartley elegiesExhibition catalogs+-+26516603363242603ocn844731567book20130.56Indiana, RobertRobert Indiana : beyond LoveExhibition catalogsWith essays by René Paul Barilleaux and Sasha Nicholas Robert Indiana's popular LOVE works have made the esteemed Pop artist a household name. Their fame and ubiquity have also served to eclipse the rest of his dynamic, conceptually charged work. 'Robert Indiana: Beyond LOVE' is a compelling reassessment of the artist's contributions to American art during his long and prolific career. Indiana has explored the power of language, American identity and personal history for five decades. Although visually dazzling and apparently cheerful on the surface, his imagery has a depth and a darkness that draws on his own biography as well as on the myths, history and literature of the United States. Exhibition: Whitney Museum of American Art, NYC, USA (26.09.2013-05.01.2014) & McNay Art Museum, San Antonio, USA (Spring 2014)2374ocn039886439book19980.79Indiana, RobertRobert Indiana : rétrospective 1958-1998 : 26 juin-22 novembre 1998 = June 26-November 22, 1998, Musée d'art moderne et d'art contemporain, NiceExhibition catalogs+-+25574760472312ocn003886031book19770.76Indiana, RobertRobert IndianaExhibition catalogs1922ocn317471849book20090.79Wilmerding, JohnRobert Indiana and the Star of HopeExhibition catalogs+-+95290655851761ocn727701887book20120.73Indiana, RobertRobert Indiana : new perspectives"While best known for his iconic work LOVE, Robert Indiana (born,1928 in New Castle, Indiana) has created a major body of work over the past fifty years that, besides various genres, spans different art movements, such assemblage, hard edge, abstraction, and Pop Art. This book brings together recent scholarly insight into this important artist, who has referred to himself as an "American painter of signs." It addresses themes ranging from Indiana's politically engaged works, his formative years in the unique artistic community of Coenties Slip in downtown Manhattan, and his place within the Pop discourse to his allegorical depictions of gender and family. Thus, this book reassesses some of Indiana's most significant works and sheds light on his place in the history of art." -- Publisher's description+-+50868202281602ocn000037761book19680.76Indiana, RobertRobert IndianaExhibition catalogs1545ocn862221342book20130.79Krause, Martin FThe essential Robert IndianaExhibition catalogs"Decoding Robert Indiana's work for a new generation, this revelatory book explores previously unknown autobiographical elements in the work of the Pop artist and printmaker. Famously proclaiming himself to be "an American painter of signs, " Robert Indiana has created an enormous body of work, much of it boldly colored abstractions. In this incisive new examination of the artist, based on ongoing conversations with Indiana, art historian Martin Krause sifts through autobiographical clues within the artist's work and finds a wealth of affecting and affectionate references to Indiana's childhood, literary heroes, and the cultural icons of his generation. In addition, a penetrating essay by Pop art scholar John Wilmerding deconstructs Indiana's use of geometric shapes, making unexpected connections that enhance Krause's thesis. Accompanied by reproductions of more than 50 prints from the period 1960-2010--and focusing specifically on series such as Decade: Autoportraits, Vinalhaven Suite, and The Hartley Elegies as well as the "Love" and "Hope" images and studies of Marilyn Monroe, Picasso, and the Brooklyn Bridge--Krause's decryption of Indiana's visual language provides telling insight into the work of this quintessentially American artist"--1512ocn000126408book19690.79Indiana, RobertRobert Indiana; graphics1424ocn055614893book20030.56Kernan, NathanRobert IndianaExhibition catalogs+-+60708789371322ocn002886011book19630.76Walker Art CenterRichard Stankiewicz, Robert Indiana : an exhibition of recent sculptures and paintingsExhibition catalogs1192ocn277156556book20080.81Indiana, RobertRobert Indiana : hard edgeExhibition catalogs"Few artworks are more widely recognized than Robert Indiana's iconic Pop image Love, which was originally commissioned as a Christmas card by The Museum of Modern Art, New York, in 1965. Appealing to a wide spectrum of viewers from its inception to the present - 1960s idealists to museum-bookstore shoppers - Love has been reproduced in prints, political banners, stamps and an equally iconic sculpture. This volume is published in honor of the artist's eightieth birthday and provides an intriguing look at his canonical large-scale metal sculpture. In addition to Love, such well-known works as the Electric Eat, Art and the autobiographical Numbers series are reproduced."--Jacket+-+79916942451141ocn024805647book19910.73Sheehan, SusanRobert Indiana prints : a catalogue raisonne, 1951-1991+-+3676047145841ocn009124307book19820.59Indiana, RobertIndiana's Indianas : a 20-year retrospective of paintings and sculpture from the collection of Robert IndianaExhibition catalogs696ocn001022908score19720.84Thomson, VirgilEdges: a portrait of Robert IndianaMusic661ocn004134831book19680.96Creeley, Robert5 numbers652ocn026886523book19910.66Indiana, RobertRobert Indiana : early sculpture, 1960-1962Exhibition catalogs613ocn003247300book19720.92Indiana, RobertRobert Indiana ; Nov.-Dec. 1972+-+2166645635+-+2166645635Fri Mar 21 15:37:33 EDT 2014batch28435