The Conceptual Prints of Sol LeWitt (New York)

3rd December - 31st January

Bernard Jacobson Gallery, New York

Sol LeWitt, Tondo 1 (3 point star), 2002, Linocut, Edition 100, Set of 6, 68.6 x 68.6 cms (27 x 27 ins)

Bernard Jacobson Gallery, New York, is pleased to present “The Arc and the Line: The Conceptual Prints of Sol LeWitt” from November 3rd until December 31st 2011

 Sol LeWitt, a leading light in American Art, who died in 2007 at the age of 78, formulated in his early writings the idea of Conceptual Art, influencing a generation and giving birth to a new way of thinking about art. Famous for his wall drawings and sculptural "structures" he also worked consistently and extensively in printmaking throughout his career, earning two print retrospectives, in 1974 at the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam and in 1986 at the Tate Gallery in London.  

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