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Sol LeWitt: A Wall Drawing Retrospective

A collaboration between Yale University Art Gallery, MASS MoCA, and the Williams College Museum of Art
#19 / Photo: Kevin Kennefick; image is a detail
Info

Wall Drawing 19

A wall divided vertically into six equal parts, with two of the four kinds of line directions superimposed in each part.
September 1969
Black pencil
Panza Collection

First Installation

Dwan Gallery, New York

First Drawn By

Steven Gwon, Chris Hansen, T. Julia, Al Williams, Sol LeWitt

MASS MoCA Building 7
Ground Floor

Wall Drawing 19 is one of four drawings that were first shown as a four-part series drawn on the four walls of the Dwan Gallery in 1969. For Wall Drawing 19 Sol LeWitt divided the east wall of the Dwan gallery into six vertical panels, each containing two of the four kinds of line directions (vertical, horizontal, diagonal left, diagonal right) superimposed on top of one another.

   
 
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