Sol LeWitt: The Well-Tempered Grid
Sol LeWitt used the grid as a generative matrix for his artistic production over the span of nearly five decades, from 1960 until his death in 2007. This catalog accompanied the first exhibition (at Williams College Museum of Art, in 2012) to focus on the centrality of the grid in LeWitt's art. LeWitt used the grid as an underlying structural principle in his first wall drawings, in 1968; thereafter, grids became a pervasive matrix in all of the media in which LeWitt worked. This fully illustrated catalog has 95 color images and three essays by Charles W. Haxthausen, Christianna Bach, and Erica DiBenedetto. Published by Williams College Museum of Art, 2013. Softcover, 120 pages.
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