Sol LeWitt

A Retrospective
February 19–May 30, 2000

Clarity, beauty, playfulness. Simplicity, logic, openness. The words that come to mind when describing the work of Sol LeWitt resonate with essential aesthetic and intellectual values. His works are straightforward and legible. Yet, upon closer observation and consideration, even those that initially appear direct and obvious reveal complex subtlety in decision-making. Intellectual substance is paired with visual delight, both of which seep into one’s consciousness.

Sol LeWitt, Arcs in Four Directions, 1999

Sol LeWitt: A Retrospective is organized by the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. This exhibition is sponsored by Banana Republic and Charles Schwab. Significant support for the exhibition has been provided by the Modern Art Council, an auxiliary of SFMOMA, by the Henry Luce Foundation, and by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts. Additional generous support is provided by Mimi and Peter Haas, Patricia and William Wilson III, and Henry S. McNeil Jr. Hotel sponsor: The Argent Hotel.

Banana Republic   Charles Schwab