Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Sol LeWitt: Structures

The Public Art Fund has put up an exhibit by Sol LeWitt in downtown Manhattan at City Hall Park called "Structures."
From the exhibit website:
Sol LeWitt, an artist whose profound and radical innovations allowed us to rethink the very nature of art, first found his mature artistic voice in the three-dimensional works he called structures. Sol LeWitt: Structures, 1965-2006, featuring 27 works made over more than 40 years, is the first outdoor career survey of this extraordinary and influential body of work.
Looks like something interesting to check out, although I sadly doubt I will actually make it in person.
Extra bonus - I love the way the exhibit site displays photos of the exhibit. As you scroll through, the photo which was half hidden on the screen in black and white bursts into full color.

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