Hope Wall: Red, White and Blue
Robert Indiana has, like no other artist, blended pop-art and typography into a homage to the logo as conclusive departure from figurative art. The consistency with which the American graphic artist deals with the idea of branding in a stylistically impeccable way renders him an epitome of postmodern pop culture. His colourful type images are very well balanced, geometrical arrangements, leading their own, aesthetically appealing life independently of their semiotic meaning. Diving deeper into them the observer finds himself confronted with singular, emotionally charged terms such as "Hope". Every letter of these small verbal entities seems to come to a self-determined life, entering into relations to its typographical companions. Content and form melt into an amusing dance that at the same time draws attention to the relationship of language and image, meaning and aesthetics.
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