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6:30PM Apr 28, 2016

Walkthrough LeWitt Collection

Photograph of Sol LeWitt’s Studio, 117 Hester Street, New York, 1968 Black and white photograph
3 1/2 x 3 1/2 inches. LeWitt Collection, Chester, CT.
Photograph of Sol LeWitt’s Studio, 117 Hester Street, New York, 1968 Black and white photograph
3 1/2 x 3 1/2 inches. LeWitt Collection, Chester, CT.
Photograph of Sol LeWitt’s Studio, 117 Hester Street, New York, 1968 Black and white photograph
3 1/2 x 3 1/2 inches. LeWitt Collection, Chester, CT.

Photograph of Sol LeWitt’s Studio, 117 Hester Street, New York, 1968 Black and white photograph
3 1/2 x 3 1/2 inches. LeWitt Collection, Chester, CT.

Join the curators of the exhibition, Claire Gilman, Senior Curator at The Drawing Center, and Béatrice Gross, guest curator and LeWitt scholar, for a walkthrough of Drawing Dialogues: The Sol LeWitt Collection.


Image: Photograph of Sol LeWitt’s Loft, 117 Hester Street, New York, 1968. Black and white photograph. 3 1/2 x 3 1/2 inches. LeWitt Collection, Chester, CT.

7:30pm Apr 28, 2016

Walkthrough Jackie Ferrara

PLEASE NOTE, DUE UNEXPECTED CIRCUMSTANCES WE WILL RESCHEDULE THIS WALKTHROUGH.
Details to come.

Walkthrough Jackie Ferrara: Lines with the artist.

6-8PM May 12, 2016

Albers Color Workshop


FREE | first come, first served | 20 people max.


Albers Color Workshop: Perception Through Iteration


In a workshop led by Fritz Horstman, Artist Residency and Education Coordinator at The Josef & Anni Albers Foundation, The Drawing Center will explore the influence of Josef Albers’ color theory on artists included in Drawing Dialogues: The Sol LeWitt Collection. The German-born artist Josef Albers is remembered for his work as an educator at the Bauhaus, Black Mountain College, and Yale University and for his book Interaction of Color, a foundational text on color and perception.


Photo credit: Jeannette Redensek 2016