“Sol LeWitt during installation of Wall Drawing No. 681 C at the National Gallery of Art.” Image taken from New Angles on Art, NGA Classroom.
This April 10 article by Matt Eagan in the Hartford Courant tells of various retrospectives of Hartford-born Sol LeWitt’s work, including a
“Mass MoCA exhibit, a partnership between the museum and Yale University, which will include some 50 wall drawings created by the artists from 1968 to 2007. ‘We just feel so blessed to be able to immerse ourselves in the sublime task of realizing some 50 of Sol’s monumental wall drawings over the next 18 months,’ Mass MoCA director Joseph Thompson said. ‘Sol was able to finish the layout and design for that 25-year, 27,000-square-foot installation … but boy, will we miss Sol himself.'”
More information here: Sol LeWitt: A Wall Drawing Retrospective
“Students and artists wishing to apply for paid Lewitt wall drawing internships should look for information on YUAG’s and MASS MoCA’s websites beginning in April 2007.”
Posted by: Tanya A.