ARTIST ROOMS


lewitt_wall_drawing_1136Sol LeWitt
Wall Drawing #1136
2004



ARTIST ROOMS: Sol LeWitt
On now until 13 September 2009
Tate Liverpool



Free Entry

Tate Liverpool presents a major wall drawing by influential American artist Sol LeWitt as part of the first UK tour of ARTIST ROOMS, a collection created by dealer and collector Anthony d’Offay and acquired by the nation in 2008. The concept was to devote one room to an artist and show simultaneously in galleries across the UK.

Sol LeWitt (1928-2007) was a pioneer of Conceptual Art and Minimalism. He believed “Ideas can be works of art; they are in a chain of development that may eventually find some form. All ideas need not be made physical”.

In 1969, he began to conceive guidelines for two-dimensional works drawn directly on the wall. Over 1,200 of his wall drawings have been executed so far, and his art continues to influence artists and fascinate audiences in various sites across the world.

At Tate Liverpool the monumental and colourful Wall Drawing #1136 (2004) will span the 22 meter long wall of the ground floor gallery.

The UK tour of ARTIST ROOMS has only been made possible through the exceptional generosity of independent charity The Art Fund and, in Scotland, of the Scottish Government.



Practical Information:

Exhibition Hours

Tuesday–Sunday 10.00-17.50.

Open on Mondays from June-September (and Bank holiday Mondays)

Getting there

Tate Liverpool
Albert Dock
Liverpool
L3 4BB

Telephone: 0151 702 7400
(international: +44 151 702 7400)
Fax: 0151 702 7401
TextPhone: 18801 7027400
Email: visiting.liverpool@tate.org.uk

You can get all information following this link HERE



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