Internationally acclaimed pop artist known for his simple, bold, and iconic images. He became known for painting the golf ball courtroom in the MECCA area, his 1-0 sculpture in the Taipei 101 lobby, and his Peacefulness Paintings following Sept 11, 2001, terrorist episodes. He went to the Artwork Institute of Chicago and Scotland’s Edinburgh University of Artwork. His EAT indication appeared on the 1964 NY World’s Fair within the New York Condition Pavilion. His iconic Ahava (Appreciate) statue was erected at Jerusalem’s Israel Museum. He utilized this same icon in the creation of the 1973 U.S. Postage Stamp. He was created Robert Clark in New Castle, Indiana, and he led a nomadic years as a child that included 21 different movements. He and Andy Warhol both attained acclaim as pop performers. Both artists have got their focus on display on the Museum of Contemporary Art in NEW YORK.
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