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Roberta Callegaro💫 6h
“I want to cover the world with hope” 📍7th Avenue and 53rd Street.
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Gary Nader Oct 11
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Art In Offices Oct 7
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americanart 31 May 18
"Indiana’s sculptures represent presence, power, individuality, as well as words, signs, symbols, ways to mark emotion, places. There was intentionality—these things were on his mind.”
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Pampita Ardohain Dec 7
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Armin Ganguly Feb 7
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Museum of Fine Arts 22 May 18
Remembering artist with a proof for a poster of his iconic rending of "Love" (1966). 💙 💚
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OBSERVER 1 Jul 18
Fraud, forgery, and autopsies: why are legal disputes over artists’ legacies so common when they pass away?
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Piney Gir Oct 13
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washingtondc 22 May 18
RIP . The prominent Pop artist was perhaps best known for his sculptures depicting the word L-O-V-E in multiple languages, including AMOR, which you can see in the Sculpture Garden.
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The Jewish Museum Feb 14
"Ahava" means “love” in Hebrew ❤️ Now an iconic work of Pop art, ’s "Ahava" was adapted from the artist’s original LOVE sculptures, and later made into a print for our collection:
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Alexandra Epps Feb 14
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Alexandra Epps 3 Jun 18
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Whitney Museum 22 May 18
"I never made a painting without a message."— (1928—2018). Today, we pay homage to the inimitable artist, who harnessed deceptively simple words and the graphic immediacy of vernacular signage to explore the fundamental issues facing humanity.
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Alexandra Epps 22 May 18
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Johnsonville 13 Sep 18
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RoGallery.com Oct 11
Everyone needs a little LOVE sometimes. Add 💗 to your home, at auction on October 16th - place your bids here:
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Philadelphia Museum of Art 22 May 18
"My goal is that LOVE should cover the world." We are saddened to learn about the passing of American Pop Artist (1928–2018). The artist behind Philadelphia’s iconic “Love” sculpture, you may also recall his work “Amor,” which was installed at the Museum in 2015.
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City of Scottsdale 22 May 18
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The Jewish Museum 14 Feb 18
"Ahava" means “love” in Hebrew ❤️ In 1977, artist conceived this version of his iconic 1960s LOVE sculptures:
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