Sol Lewitt, painted wood, 1973
The figurehead of minimal art emphasized the conflict between what we know and what we perceive. He conceived serial systems based on mathematical laws.
‘Cube Constructure’ is a meticulous arrangement of primary squares as parts of open cubes. It is the sculptor’s intellectual cry for conceptual order and against visual disorder. The three-dimensional geometric structures determine the modular power of the surrounding space. This minimalist is also the chief representative of conceptual art.
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