17 May 2007
Sol Lewitt (1928-2007)
Wall Drawing #522
wall installation--continuous forms with color ink washes superimposed
Conceived in 1987.
John Weber Gallery, New York
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S. Singer, ed., Sol Lewitt Wall Drawings 1984-1992, exh. cat., Kunsthalle Bern, 1992, pp. 45, 69, 145 (illustrated).
Cleveland Museum of Art, Sol Lewitt: Wall Drawings, April-May 1987.
This work is accompanied by a diagram and a certificate of authenticity signed by the artist. This work may only be installed by the artist's assistants, the cost of which is not included in the purchase price. The purchaser of this work will need to be able to supply walls for the re-creation of this piece that are approximately the same size and dimension as the previous installations. The artist's representatives will adapt the work for the new site. The final decision about the modifications and the appropriateness of the site remain with the artist's representatives.
Please note that this work will be included in the forthcoming Sol Lewitt Wall Drawing catalogue raisonné being prepared by Susanna Singer.
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