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Robert Indiana. To the 50th Anniversary of Love

LOVE. Red. 1966/2000. Polychrome aluminum
7 april 2016—4 july 2016

Robert Indiana, born Robert Clark, is an American artist associated with the pop art movement. His "LOVE" print  was first created in 1965 for New York  Museum of Modern Art Christmas card. The serigraph of "Love" was printed as part of an exhibition poster for Stable Gallery in 1966. In the following years it was executed in various techniques and in 1973 became the basis for the "LOVE" stamp of the United States Postal Service.
The Russian Museum exhibition dedicated to the 50th Anniversary of Indiana’s "LOVE" presents his various pieces of art of the last decades.




Decade: Autoportrait. 1960. 1971. Oil on canvas The Calumet. 1971. Serigraph The Brooklyn Bridge. 1971. Serigraph Sixth State. 1959. Gesso and oil on plywood

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PLASTIC

PLASTIC

22 august—21 october 2019

The exhibition will present the diversity of Russian sculpture of the late XX — early XXI century made from polymers and plastics.

Sasha Okun. Where Art  Thou?

Sasha Okun. Where Art Thou?

27 june—29 july 2019

The art of Israeli painter, art critic, teacher, and writer Sahsa Okun focuses on human physicality embodied in the materiality of painting.

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