Robert Indiana

HOPE (Red/Blue), 2009

Stamped with artist's signature, date 2009 and numbered on the lower interior
From an edition of 8
polychromed aluminium
36 x 36 x 18 inches (91.4 x 91.4 x 45.7 cm.)
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Provenance:
Private Collection
Location:
New York
Asking price:
$425,000

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More information about this artwork

American pop art icon Robert Indiana created artwork that were most well-known for their simple and bold statements, speaking to the basic needs and desires of life. His images, numbers and short words are already part of our popular culture and iconography, having been featured in TV series, documentaries, public spaces and used by renown institutions such as MoMa and Google.

This exclusive edition of 9 polychromed aluminum sculptures features one of his most emblematic and powerful messages, HOPE, in vibrant and glossy red and electric blue. Indiana’s iconic imagery inspired President Barack Obama’s unforgettable campaign logo ‘HOPE’ back in 2008 and was used on US postage stamps in the 1970’s.

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