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Sol Lewitt - Four-Sided Pyramid - 1997/1999

arithmetical-design: Sol LeWitt Four-Sided Pyramid first installation 1997 National Gallery of Art, Washington Gift of the Donald Fisher Family

Sol LeWitt ¨Four Sided Pyramid¨ 1965 Sculpture

Sol LeWitt "Four-Sided Pyramid", first installation 1997 National Gallery of Art, Washington Gift of the Donald Fisher Family Sol LeWitt - Wikipedia

Solomon "Sol" LeWitt (1928 – 2007) was an American artist linked to Conceptual art and Minimalism. He came to fame in the late '60s with his wall drawings &"structures" In the early 1960s, LeWitt first began to create his "structures," a term he used to describe his 3D work. His frequent use of open, modular structures originates from the cube, a form that influenced the artist’s thinking from the time that he first became an artist.

Sol LeWitt modular structures originates from the cube, a form that influenced the artist’s thinking from the time that he first became an artist.

Sol LeWitt at The Farm, "Pyramid (Keystone NZ)" 1997 Standard concrete blocks 7.75 x 16 x 16m

Sol LeWitt at The Farm, "Pyramid (Keystone NZ)" 1997 Standard concrete blocks x 16 x

Casual Effects: Sol LeWitt's Art and Computer Science

Sol LeWitt, Master of Conceptualism work: Examples of Cube Sculptures

123454321 by Sol LeWitt, 1oo3 _Yorkshire Sculpture Park

123454321 by Sol LeWitt, _Yorkshire Sculpture Park

Sol LeWitt

Sol LeWitt, I chose this art piece because of the creativity and the patterns that the artist created. I thought it was interesting on how he played with shapes and overlapping.

Sol LeWitt Wall Drawing #420B

Don’t Miss – New York: Sol LeWitt’s ‘Forms Derived from a Cube’ at PaceWildenstein through October 2009

Sol LeWitt. Cubic Construction: Diagonal 4, Opposite Corners 1 and 4 Units. 1971

Sol Lewitt, Cubic Construction, 1971 image by MoMA via archpaper And having seen the playground climber in Previ, I'll leave you to yo.

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