Currier Museum Celebrates Pop Artist Robert Indiana
When you think of the Pop Art movement, Andy Warhol's Campbell's Soup prints or Roy Lichtenstein's comic book paintings might come to mind. But recently, one of their peers has been getting more attention than usual.
Robert Indiana--best known for his iconic "LOVE" paintings and sculptures--rose to prominence in the 1960s for his graphic paintings evoking classic American signage. Now, the Currier Museum of Art in Manchester is also looking at this artist in a new exhibition: "Signs from the Sixties: Robert Indiana's Decade."