ARTIST ROOMS: Sol LeWitt: Wall Drawing 

3. Dec - 8. Jun 14 / ended Turner Contemporary

Exhibition | Installation | South East


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Sol LeWitt Wall Drawing #1136 2004 Straight and not-straight bands; primary and secondary colours plus grey Overall display dimensions variable ARTIST ROOMS Acquired jointly with the National Galleries of Scotland through The d'Offay Donation with assistance from the National Heritage Memorial Fund and the Art Fund 2008©The estate of Sol LeWitt

Sol LeWitt Wall Drawing #1136 2004 Straight and not-straight bands; primary and secondary colours plus grey Overall display dimensions variable ARTIST ROOMS Acquired jointly with the National Galleries of Scotland through The d'Offay Donation with assistance from the National Heritage Memorial Fund and the Art Fund 2008©The estate of Sol LeWitt



Sol LeWitt was a pioneer of minimal and conceptual art, known in particular for his series of
graphite and later, ink and acrylic wall drawings, executed in a particular site according to a set
of guidelines written by the artist.

Sol LeWitt?s Wall Drawing #1136 is on display in Turner Contemporary?s Clore Learning Studio, a beautiful space with superb views out to the North Sea. The artist?s affinity for nature is particularly acute in this work, which employs the colours of the spectrum, plus grey, to dazzling effect.

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Tate and National Galleries Scotland. Acquired jointly through The D'Offay Donation with assistance from the National Heritage Memorial Fund and The Art Fund 2008.

ARTIST ROOMS On Tour is a partnership with Arts Council England and the Art Fund, making available the ARTIST ROOMS collection of international modern and contemporary art to galleries throughout the UK. ARTIST ROOMS is jointly owned by Tate and the National Galleries of Scotland and was established through The d?Offay Donation in 2008, with the assistance of the National Heritage Memorial Fund, the Art Fund, and the Scottish and British Governments.


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