Temporarily removed for restoration through summer 2017
LOVE Sculpture Temporarily Removed for Renovation
Dates: Through summer 2017
Robert Indiana’s LOVE sculpture has been removed for renovation while the sculpture’s home — Philadelphia’s iconic John F. Kennedy Plaza, better known as LOVE Park — gets an overhaul ahead of its re-opening in summer 2017.
The sculpture will undergo restoration, including being repainted, over the next several months, and will be restored and reinstalled in its original location at LOVE Park in summer 2017.
Stay tuned for more information on when both LOVE Park and the LOVE sculpture will be reinstalled.
The City of Brotherly Love’s best-known landmark is LOVE itself — the Robert Indiana sculpture in John F. Kennedy Plaza, northwest of City Hall. Installed in 1976, LOVE was briefly snatched away in 1978, but popular demand brought it back where it belongs.
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- Rittenhouse Square
- Emergence of a Modern Metropolis Walking Tour
- Government of the People
- The Choral Arts Society of Philadelphia
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- The Comcast Experience HD Video Wall – Comcast Center
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