Sunday, February 2, 2014
mcx:

Sol Lewitt - Wall Dr http://ift.tt/1bMpVPd

mcx:

Sol Lewitt - Wall Dr http://ift.tt/1bMpVPd

Tuesday, November 26, 2013
le-desir-de-lautre:

Sol LeWitt (American, 1928-2007), Arcs from Four Corners, 1986. Color woodcut, 47.2 x 72.4 cm.

le-desir-de-lautre:

Sol LeWitt (American, 1928-2007), Arcs from Four Corners, 1986. Color woodcut, 47.2 x 72.4 cm.

undecipherableroot:

Sol Lewitt - Doubles in Black and Gray

undecipherableroot:

Sol Lewitt - Doubles in Black and Gray

ttandt:

Sol LeWitt 

ttandt:

Sol LeWitt 

Friday, March 8, 2013 Sunday, March 3, 2013
cinnamoncamille:

Expo Sol Lewitt - Metz 2012

cinnamoncamille:

Expo Sol Lewitt - Metz 2012

Monday, January 21, 2013
inaesthetic:

Sol Lewitt

inaesthetic:

Sol Lewitt

Tuesday, December 25, 2012
nemoinemoi:

Welcome to Toronto (via Cle0patra)
Thursday, December 20, 2012
aurelienlecour:

I like here the simplicity of the composition, the classical symmetry of the pattern.

aurelienlecour:

I like here the simplicity of the composition, the classical symmetry of the pattern.

Sunday, July 22, 2012
cacaotree:

Sol Lewitt (United States 1928-2007)
Composition.

cacaotree:

Sol Lewitt (United States 1928-2007)

Composition.

7while23:

Sol LeWitt - The Complex Form - 1990 (Painted Mahogany Wood)

7while23:

Sol LeWitt - The Complex Form - 1990 (Painted Mahogany Wood)

Monday, July 16, 2012
artmastered:

Untitled by Sol LeWitt, 1992

artmastered:

Untitled by Sol LeWitt, 1992

Thursday, June 7, 2012
creationishappiness:

Continuing with the theme of systems..
Serial Project 1 (ABCD), Sol Lewitt, 1966

“LeWitt’s three-dimensional grid sculptures, in contrast, are self-referential, rooted in logic and reality, and governed by mathematical instructions that objectively organize space.”

-from The Pace Gallery’s press release for Jensen/Sol LeWitt: Systems and Transformation, an exhibition that ran from January 13 till February 11, 2012. I have recently began exploring the relationship between cities and the growing necessity and urgency of environmentalism and sustainability, and it is integral to view the city as a system (or as a “system of systems,” an apt expression articulated in the article that lead to the discovery of the quote in my previous post). I am interested in the potential relationship between the ideas and visual explorations of LeWitt’s grids and the ever-changing, certainly more spontaneous but no-less planned or logical grids of the (American, global?) city.

creationishappiness:

Continuing with the theme of systems..

Serial Project 1 (ABCD), Sol Lewitt, 1966

“LeWitt’s three-dimensional grid sculptures, in contrast, are self-referential, rooted in logic and reality, and governed by mathematical instructions that objectively organize space.”

-from The Pace Gallery’s press release for Jensen/Sol LeWitt: Systems and Transformation, an exhibition that ran from January 13 till February 11, 2012. I have recently began exploring the relationship between cities and the growing necessity and urgency of environmentalism and sustainability, and it is integral to view the city as a system (or as a “system of systems,” an apt expression articulated in the article that lead to the discovery of the quote in my previous post). I am interested in the potential relationship between the ideas and visual explorations of LeWitt’s grids and the ever-changing, certainly more spontaneous but no-less planned or logical grids of the (American, global?) city.