Robert Indiana: A Sculpture Retrospective, curated by Joe Lin-Hill, explored the breadth of Indiana’s output in sculpture. The exhibition consisted of sixty-five works: the early herms, the Vinalhaven woods, bronze herms and constructions, and examples of his polychrome sculptures, LOVE (1966–1999), ART (1972–2001), and ONE Through ZERO (The Ten Numbers) (1978–2003). The exhibition also presented for the first time a number of Indiana’s LOVE sculptures in marble and The Electric American Dream (EAT/DIE/HUG/ERR) (2007–2018).
In conjunction with the show, the Albright-Knox organized the public installation of Indiana’s 96-inch Cor-Ten steel ONE Through ZERO (The Ten Numbers) (1980–2003) in Wilkeson Pointe, a public park near Buffalo’s Outer Harbor.
The exhibition traveled to the Tampa Museum of Art, Tampa, Florida, October 24, 2018–March 17, 2019.