The Robert Indiana Catalogue Raisonné is an ongoing project committed to documenting the artistic practice of Robert Indiana (1928–2018). At the request of the artist during a conversation at his home in 1998, author Simon Salama-Caro agreed that he would prepare a Catalogue Raisonné of Indiana's work. Research began in the early 2000s and the Catalogue Raisonné archive was established in 2010.
The Robert Indiana Catalogue Raisonné, currently being prepared by Simon Salama-Caro is gathering information on all known paintings and sculptures in public and private collections for inclusion in the forthcoming catalogue raisonné of paintings and sculpture. Published by RI Catalogue Raisonné LLC in collaboration with the Star of Hope, a foundation created by the artist within his lifetime to preserve his legacy and promote visual arts education, this scholarly publication will include comprehensive documentation on each known work along with full-color reproductions.
All information associated with the ownership of work in the catalogue raisonné is strictly confidential and will be used solely for the purposes of research and scholarship. Wishes for anonymity will be fully respected.
Owners of paintings and sculptures
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RI Catalogue Raisonné LLC
RI Catalogue Raisonné LLC does not authenticate or provide valuations of works of art by Robert Indiana.