Painter, sculptor, draftsman, printmaker and originator of wall drawings, Sol LeWitt is well known throughout the United States, Europe, South America, Japan and Australia. This beautifully craft scarf relates to his famous wall drawings and grids. As those structures hang on the wall, fit into the corner, or "hold the floor," the scarf as folded or draped sets kinetic passage in motion for the viewer.
The artists was born in Connecticut, studied at Syracuse University and the Cartoonist and Illustrators School (later known as The School of Visual Arts). LeWitt has exhibited across the country at the Museum of Modern Art (1978), The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (2000), The Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago and the Museum of Modern Art, and internationally at the Gemeente Museum in The Hague (1970) and Kunsthalle Bern where participated in the crucial exhibition"When Attitude Becomes Form" curated by Harald Szeemann.