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April 30, 2011

The Vitruvian Max


The Vitruvian Max (after the world-renowned drawing by Leonardo da Vinci - The Vitruvian Man)
The Wall Drawing behind Max is by Sol LeWitt and is in Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

Sol LeWitt's wall drawings are radical because they are temporary and are meant to be executed by others based on the artist's directions. The LeWitt's instructions for this work are: "Six white geometric figures (outlines) superimposed on a black wall." The museum's staff use this sentence as a guide when they re-create it for different exhibitions!

Posted by mehrdad at 09:30 PM | Art | Max's Corner |