Room With A View – Robert Indiana’s ‘Numbers’ – Indianapolis Museum of Art

Written by on January 15, 2013 in A Room with a View - 1 Comment
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Robert Indiana’s “Numbers” at the IMA

Today’s view: overlooking the White River, “Numbers” (1980-82) by New Castle, Indiana’s own Robert Indiana from within the Indianapolis Museum of Art.

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Ryan Hamlett, a Fine Arts graduate of Indiana University, turned a teenage fascination with exploring "haunted places" into a love of Urban Exploration or sneaking (not breaking) into abandoned buildings, armed with a camera and flashlight. That passion for photographing urban decay has led him to the Historic Preservation Graduate Program at Ball State University which he'll begin this fall.

One Comment on "Room With A View – Robert Indiana’s ‘Numbers’ – Indianapolis Museum of Art"

  1. Kevin J. Brewer April 18, 2015 at 2:05 am · Reply

    Robert Indiana (born Robert Clark) was an art student at Arsenal Technical High School, graduating in 1946. While a student at Tech, Robert Indiana painted illuminated manuscript Bible pages from the second chapter of Luke (the Christmas story). Images of these pages are shown here https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=oa.10151277661814784&type=1

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