Centre Pompidou-Metz presents the largest retrospective ever shown in Europe of Sol LeWitt wall drawings.
Conceived in close collaboration with the LeWitt Collection (Chester, Connecticut), the exhibition at Centre Pompidou-Metz features thirty-three black-and-white works spanning the artist’s entire career. The retrospective reflects both the extraordinary consistency of LeWitt’s systematic explorations and the remarkable diversity of his revolutionary practice.
The American conceptual artist (1928–2007) created some 1200 wall drawings between 1968 and 2007, developing mainly serial and modular systems through a vocabulary of abstract geometric forms.
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