First Love, then Hope

Indiana Obelisk

Indiana Obelisk

Pop artist – and native Hoosier – Robert Indiana was made famous in the 1960s with his iconic “LOVE” sculpture. Visitors to the Indiana State Museum are greeted by his 55-foot-tall “Indiana” obelisk in the Great Hall – the artist’s largest sculpture. We just found out the Robert Indiana and Rosenbaum Contemporary in Florida have teamed up to design a new sculpture commemorating the inauguration of Barack Obama as the 44th President of the United States. The new piece is called, appropriately, “HOPE.”