Sol LeWitt (b.1928), whose abstract work relates to both Conceptual and Minimal art, created a "wall drawing" in situ for this exhibition - a vibrant latticework of primary colors. Other works included 12 recent colorful gouaches on large sheets of paper as well as drawings and maquettes for a series of dome structures that have yet to be realized. In her extensive catalogue essay, Emily Braun, Professor of Art History at Hunter College and the Graduate Center of the University of the City of New York, presents an entirely new interpretation of LeWitt's wall drawings. There are many color illustrations of the art works.
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Descrizione libro Katonah Museum of Art, New York, 2004. softcover. Condizione libro: fine. According to this catalogue, in 1984 LeWitt said, "I would like to produce something I would not be ashamed to show Giotto". Susan Braun, in her essay "Giotto and the End of Painting" (and in the plates from this exhibition) a new appraisal of LeWitt's wall drawings is presented. 42 page catalogue. Codice libro della libreria 824