Sol LeWitt’s wall drawings demonstrate the intersections between abstract and conceptual art. Although they embody abstraction’s geometric shapes and colours, they also redefine traditional concepts about discreet, original artworks.
LeWitt believed that a concept or idea could be an artwork, and that an artist could retain authorship of an artwork even though proxies made copies of the work. Therefore, each drawing is accompanied by directions and a signed certificate that authenticates the work. Four local artists chosen by the Singapore Tyler Print Institute helped to execute these drawings.
Artist: Sol LeWitt
Material: Acrylic Paint