Sol LeWitt was born on this day in 1928. Celebrate this pioneering conceptual artist with a visit to the Gallery to see the special exhibition Sol LeWitt Wall Drawings: Expanding a Legacy, on view through January 27, 2019. The Gallery is proud and honored to be the home of the Sol LeWitt Wall Drawing Archive and study center. More than a decade after LeWitt's death, his #walldrawings
continue to be installed around the world under the direction of our own John Hogan, who worked with the artist for many years. LeWitt's Wall Drawings are akin to musical scores, and with an installation crew as instrumentalists, and Hogan as conductor, they can be performed again and again—always according to the artist's vision yet unique in each incarnation. You can watch a video in the exhibition to observe #lewittwalldrawings
in process with footage from our current exhibition as well as from the installation of the @massmoca #sollewitt #walldrawing
This photo captures three @yale
vocalists—left to right, Emil Beckford, MY '20, Sofia Campoamor, MC '20, and Jacob Miller, JE '20—who performed vocal responses to the exhibition on Thursday evening, just one of the menu of programs at the community open house welcoming the museum's new director Stephanie Wiles. We are grateful to everyone who attended and to all the students and fellows who contributed to a wonderful evening.
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