Sol LeWitt

American (Hartford, Connecticut, 1928 - 2007, New York City, New York)

Incomplete Open Cubes

1974
installation | painted wood structures, gelatin silver prints, and drawings on paper
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  • Incomplete Open Cubes

    Sol LeWitt, Incomplete Open Cubes, 1974; painted wood structures, gelatin silver prints, and drawings on paper, sculptures: 8 x 8 x 8 in., framed works: 26 x 14 in., base: 12 x 120 x 216 in.; Collection SFMOMA, Accessions Committee Fund: gift of Emily L. Carroll and Thomas Weisel, Jean and James E. Douglas, Jr., Susan and Robert Green, Evelyn Haas, Mimi and Peter Haas, Eve and Harvey Masonek, Elaine McKeon, the Modern Art Council, Phyllis and Stuart G. Moldaw, C; © The LeWitt Estate / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York


Sculptures: 8 x 8 x 8 in., framed works: 26 x 14 in., base: 12 x 120 x 216 in.
Acquired 1997
Collection SFMOMA
Accessions Committee Fund: gift of Emily L. Carroll and Thomas Weisel, Jean and James E. Douglas, Jr., Susan and Robert Green, Evelyn Haas, Mimi and Peter Haas, Eve and Harvey Masonek, Elaine McKeon, the Modern Art Council, Phyllis and Stuart G. Moldaw, C
© The LeWitt Estate / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
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squares, cubes, grids


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