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Installation view of six of Robert Indiana's columns. Each of the columns has two wheels attached to the bottoms sides, and a band of gold paint around the top of the columns

“Robert Indiana: Sculpture 1958–2018” (on view through April 16, 2023) features a selection of around 60 works displayed in YSP’s Underground Gallery and at strategic points within its 500-acre landscape. On arrival, visitors can see LOVE (Red Blue Green), the artist’s most celebrated piece, on the brow of a hill. This blood-red cuboid structure is universally known, even to those unfamiliar with its creator. Indiana did not copyright the image, so, since its debut in 1966, it has been used, and abused, in so many forms as to become a cliché. Yet in the open air, the polychrome aluminum work regains a purity that seems to correct its somewhat checkered history.


Robert Indiana's monumental Cor-Ten LOVE Wall sculpture on view at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park, 2022

Robert Indiana, LOVE Wall, 1966-2006, installation view at Yorkshire Sculpture Park, 2022. Photo: © Jonty Wilde, courtesy of Yorkshire Sculpture Park. Artwork: © 2022 Morgan Art Foundation Ltd./ Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/DACS, London