Exhibition Poster: Sol Lewitt, Wall Drawings & Structures, John Weber Gallery, New York
Art exhibition poster featuring a grid with thirteen rows. Within each grid unit is a geometric shape showing variations/permutations of drawing parts of an open cube; each variant is numbered by a fraction at the lower right. At the right, centered, is black text stating artist name, exhibition title, gallery name and address. On verso, there are six rectangular columns, each containing a diagram of a geometric shape and text for how to locate that shape on a wall. From left to right, the shapes are: "The Location of a Circle,"... a Triangle, .... a Square, ...a Rectangle, ...a Trapezoid, and a Parallelogram.
Verso: Across both havles of paper are six equally sized rectangles bearing diagram and text on how to locate on wall, respectively, a circle, a triangle, a square, a rectangle, a trapezoid, and a parallelogram.
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Credit Line: Museum purchase from General Acquisitions Endowment and Smithsonian Institution Collections Acquisition Program Funds