For Robert Indiana, the former sign painter most widely known for the enduring piece of Vietnam War-era pop art “LOVE” and the Obama-campaign visual “HOPE,” the operative word is “NOW.”
Indiana, who will celebrate his 85th birthday on Sept. 13, is having a moment.
The renowned American painter, sculptor and printmaker will soon be the subject of a retrospective at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York, and another at the Indianapolis Museum of Art. But the wave of attention also extends to South Florida, where Indiana’s more recent work will be honored at Rosenbaum Contemporary gallery in Boca Raton.
“Voices of HOPE: Celebrating Robert Indiana” is an exhibit...