On Nov. 16, the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art in North Adams, Mass., will open an exhibition of Sol LeWitt wall drawings covering nearly a mile of walls in a 27,000-square-foot building.
Some of the large-scale pieces of modern art are studies in black and white, others in brilliant colors. In collaboration with Yale University Art Gallery and Williams College Museum of Art, MASS MoCA will present one of the last projects that LeWitt designed before he died in 2007.
In Chester, Conn., where the artist lived, River Tavern owner Jonathan Rapp and LeWitt’s wife, Carol, will celebrate the exhibition opening 10 days early with a special Italian wine dinner Nov. 6 at the restaurant.
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