Rosenbaum Contemporary

150 Yamato Road

FL 33431 Boca Raton

United States

Phone : 561-994-9180

Fax : 561-988-1884

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URL : www.rosenbaumcontemporary.com

Gabriel Delgado   ()

Howard Rosenbaum   ()

About

A premier fine art gallery in South Florida featuring a nationally recognized museum-level exhibition program and a revolving inventory of paintings, photographs, sculptures, works on paper and mixed media artwork. In addition to exclusive access to museum-quality fine art, Rosenbaum Contemporary also offers a wide range of free services to collectors worldwide including acquisition advice for individuals and corporations, art consulting, sourcing of artists, art collection building and management and resale of select works of art.

Magenta Rain - Mira Lehr

Mira Lehr Magenta Rain

Magenta and Blue - Mira Lehr

Mira Lehr Magenta and Blue

Untitled - Willem de Kooning

Willem de Kooning Untitled

HOPE (Red/Light Blue) - Robert Indiana

Robert Indiana HOPE (Red/Light Blue)

Galerie des Glaces, (113) CCE.02.034, Corps Central - 1er etage, Chateau de Versaiiles, Versailles, France - Robert Polidori

Robert Polidori Galerie des Glaces, (113) CCE.02.034, Corps Central - 1er etage, Chateau de Versaiiles, Versailles, France

Stadter Beim Landbesuch (Townspeople at landscape visit) - Thomas Hartmann

Thomas Hartmann Stadter Beim Landbesuch (Townspeople at landscape visit)

Menschen im Freien (People Outdoors) - Thomas Hartmann

Thomas Hartmann Menschen im Freien (People Outdoors)

Untitled (Cockatoo Whisper) - Hunt Slonem

Hunt Slonem Untitled (Cockatoo Whisper)

Aqua - Hunt Slonem

Hunt Slonem Aqua

5th Dimension - Hunt Slonem

Hunt Slonem 5th Dimension

Blah, Blah, Blah - Mel Bochner

Mel Bochner Blah, Blah, Blah

Reina Mariana - Manolo Valdés

Manolo Valdés Reina Mariana

Chanel, High Line, Paris - Simon Procter

Simon Procter Chanel, High Line, Paris

Reclining Woman - Fernando Botero

Fernando Botero Reclining Woman

Mujer a Caballo Mirando De Frente - Fernando Botero

Fernando Botero Mujer a Caballo Mirando De Frente

Mariposas - Manolo Valdés

Manolo Valdés Mariposas

Dama a Caballo - Manolo Valdés

Manolo Valdés Dama a Caballo

Cabeza con tocado de mariposas - Manolo Valdés

Manolo Valdés Cabeza con tocado de mariposas

Trapezoid Series V - Louis Vega Treviño

Louis Vega Treviño Trapezoid Series V

Lagerfield in Times Square - Simon Procter

Simon Procter Lagerfield in Times Square

Dior, The Rider - Simon Procter

Simon Procter Dior, The Rider

Paper Do, Italian Vogue - Greg Lotus

Greg Lotus Paper Do, Italian Vogue

Recognizable Differences - James Little

James Little Recognizable Differences

Checkered Past - James Little

James Little Checkered Past

Reflections II - Mira Lehr

Mira Lehr Reflections II

Untitled - Alex Katz

Alex Katz Untitled

Blue hour - Thomas Hartmann

Thomas Hartmann Blue hour

Tracce di Universo 2 - Oriano Galloni

Oriano Galloni Tracce di Universo 2

Listening to Mercury (Silent Soul) - Oriano Galloni

Oriano Galloni Listening to Mercury (Silent Soul)

A veil in the immense 1 - Oriano Galloni

Oriano Galloni A veil in the immense 1

Untitled - Sam Francis

Sam Francis Untitled

Untitled - Sam Francis

Sam Francis Untitled

Site avec 3 personnages - Jean Dubuffet

Jean Dubuffet Site avec 3 personnages

Spiral With Pumpkin - Alexander Calder

Alexander Calder Spiral With Pumpkin

Blah, Blah, Blah - Mel Bochner

Mel Bochner Blah, Blah, Blah

CHANEL, Super Rocket, Fall/Winter 2017, Paris - Simon Procter

Simon Procter CHANEL, Super Rocket, Fall/Winter 2017, Paris

Weeping Cherry 2 - Alex Katz

Alex Katz Weeping Cherry 2

Rire jaune - Alexander Calder

Alexander Calder Rire jaune

Exhibiting Artists

Other Represented Artists

  • Robert Indiana  (+)

    Biography : Born in New Castle, IN, 1928 Education: Art Institute of Chicago, 1953 Robert Indiana was born in New Castle, Indiana. He moved to New York City in 1954 and joined the pop art movement, using distinctive imagery drawing on commercial art approaches blended with existentialism, that gradually moved toward what Indiana calls "sculptural poems".

    Exhibition : 2009 Robert Indiana: LOVE and HOPE, Rosenbaum Contemporary, Boca Raton, FL 2008 Pressing Issues, Des Moines Art center, Des Moines, IA 2008 Pop and Op, Nassau County Museum of Art, Roslyn Harbor, NY 2007 Art Market Now, The Columns, Seoul 2006 Life as a Legend - Marilyn Monroe, Boca Raton Museum of Art, Boca Raton, FL 2005 Made in USA – ausgewählte Graphik , Galerie & Edition Bode GmbH, Nuremberg 2005 Summer of Love Art of the Psychedelic Era, Tate Liverpool, Liverpool (England) 2005 Do it yourself - Positionen von den sechziger Jahren bis Heute, Hamburger Bahnhof, Museum für Gegenwart, Berlin 2005 40 Jahre Galerie Thomas, Galerie Thomas, Munich 1962 Stable Gallery, New York. First solo exhibition.

    Detailed Description : In 1962, Eleanor Ward's Stable Gallery hosted Robert Indiana's first New York solo exhibition. He has since enjoyed solo exhibitions at over 30 museums and galleries worldwide. Indiana's works are in the permanent collections of numerous museums, including MOMA, NY, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; Stedelijk Museum, Schiedam, The Netherlands; Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh; Detroit Institute of Art, Michigan; Baltimore Museum of Art, Maryland; Brandeis Museum, Waltham, Massachusetts; Albright-Knox Gallery of Art, Buffalo, New York; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, California, the Hirshhorn Museum in Washington D.C.; Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; and the Los Angeles County Museum, California, among many many others. Indiana's work often consists of bold, simple, iconic images, especially numbers and short words like EAT, HUG, and, his best-known example, LOVE. In 2008, Indiana created an image similar to his iconic LOVE (letters tacked two to a line, the letter "o" tilted on its side), but this time showcasing the word "HOPE," and has donated all proceeds from the image went to the Democratic National Committee for Barack Obama's presidential campaign. A stainless steel sculpture of HOPE was unveiled outside Denver's Pepsi Center during the 2008 Democratic National Convention.

    Artist's Objects:

    • Robert Indiana - HOPE (Red/Light Blue) HOPE (Red/Light Blue)

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