This is Robert Indiana’s LOVE WALL sculpture on display now on Park Avenue at 57th Street. The sculpture will be on display until May 15. The artwork is a 12-foot tall sculpture of Cor-ten steel that was initially conceived in 1968 in the form of a painting. LOVE WALL is a psychologically complex sculpture, reminiscent of the Op-art influence in Indiana’s work. As if viewed through a kaleidoscope, the multiplication and reorientation of the LOVE image creates a center of four radiating Os. The sculpture was installed in October as part of “Art in the Parks: Celebrating 40 Years,” an exhibition that commemorated the 40th anniversary of New York City’s public art program by presenting 40 installations in all five boroughs — the most installations ever on display at a single time in city parks. The exhibition is made possible by Paul Kasmin Gallery.