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Weekend preview: Peace, love, hope and Bob Dylan

Weekend preview: Peace, love, hope and Bob Dylan

An unexpected thing happens to certain visitors as they walk among the works in “Robert Indiana: The Power of Words” at Rosenbaum Contemporary gallery in Boca Raton.

Indiana is best known for his iconic and ubiquitous work, first a painting, then a sculpture, called “LOVE,” created when the artist stood at the vanguard of the American pop-art scene in the 1960s. In 2008, he riffed on the idea with a sculpture called “HOPE,” with its similarly tilted O, that was displayed at the Democratic National Convention in Denver.

“The Power of Words” includes several different vividly colored silk screens of “LOVE” and “HOPE,” which help create an environment in which the tension of...