Sol LeWitt at Gladstone Gallery

Gladstone Gallery recently presented an exhibition of large-scale installations by Sol LeWitt (1928-2007), an American artist primarily linked to the Conceptual Art movement on the 1960s and ’70s, but his influence on minimalism is undeniable.

Of Wall Drawing #792 (conceived in 1995), Gladstone Gallery says:

It underscores LeWitt’s early interest in the intersections between art and architecture, which he distinguished and admired as a practice structured by predetermination, empirical logic, and collaboration.

What an absolutely gorgeous work.