Robert Indiana started his artistic career during the Pop Art movement in the early 1960s. His work uses bold text and color to explore the complexities of the American identity. The Whitney Museum of American Art recently opened the first retrospective for the artist, Robert Indiana: Beyond Love. The show looks at the scope of Indiana’s work, from his iconic image LOVE to his lesser-known sculptures and paintings.
Marquand Books produced the exhibition catalogue, designed by Susan Kelly. The 288-page book features more than 170 full-color illustrations. Edited by Barbara Haskell, Robert Indiana: Beyond Love includes essays by René Paul Barilleaux and Sasha Nicholas.
Photography by Jeremy Linden