Sol Lewitt

Sol Lewitt

Sol Lewitt's visual style, which emerged in the 1960s, is known for its minimalistic and geometric forms. Often associated with Conceptual Art and Minimalism, Lewitt's approach focused on the idea or concept behind the artwork rather than its physical execution. His works often consist of simple geometric shapes, such as lines, squares, and cubes, arranged in various configurations. The use of bold colors and the repetition of these elements created a sense of rhythm and precision, giving his works a visually striking and harmonious quality. Lewitt's style became famous for challenging traditional notions of authorship, as he would provide instructions or guidelines for others to physically realize his concepts, blurring the line between the artist and the artwork itself.

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SOMETHING in the style of Sol Lewitt

See also

Conceptual ArtMinimalismDonald JuddFrank StellaBridget Riley