Wednesday, April 11, 2007


this is a tribute

misunderstood or perhaps not.

a successful artist but more importantly an influential thinker.

he made the predictable mysterious.

geometry accentuating the nature of physical form.

right angles and simple structures were tributes to the advancements of thought
that become more complex the longer you stood before them.

nerd glorification if you will.

he was a genius of our time, if not before our time.



Blogger artsygrrl said...

I love this post. I went to an opening tonight at Marlborough (specifically to see the work of Stephen Conroy) but also saw the sculptures of Don Gummer and his work has an echo of Sol leWitt.

Oh, and Oops..sorry for the delayed comment..I missed this one..but i love the discussions you start/share on this space.


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