Wall Drawing #273: Lines to points on a grid
Water-soluble crayon and graphite on wall. A six-inch (15 cm) grid covering the wall. Lines from the corners, sides, and center of the walls to random points on the grid. Composite (seventh wall): red lines from the midpoints of four sides, blue lines from four corners, yellow lines from the center.
Private Collection. Photo: Bill Jacobson
Dia Art Foundation, Dia: Beacon
Excerpt from Dia: Beacon, Beacon, NY:
Dia’s presentation of wall drawings by Sol LeWitt from the late 1960s through the mid-1970s was selected by the artist himself. It highlights his monumental Drawing Series-Composite, Part I–IV, #1–24, A + B (1968), a four-color rendering of which is executed here for the first time. The version in graphite, part of Dia’s collection, has been on view in an adjacent gallery since 2003.
Exhibition: Sol LeWitt, Drawing Series...
September 16, 2006 - ongoing, Dia: Beacon, Beacon, NY
Sol Lewitt, American, (1928-2007)
b. September 9, 1928, Hartford, CT
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