The Sol LeWitt Wall Drawing Resource comprises digital and physical documentation of the artist’s 40-year wall drawing practice, including the 65 examples in the Gallery’s collection. Dedicated to the preservation of LeWitt’s legacy, the resource makes a wealth of materials available to scholars, conservators, curators, and artists worldwide, such as: 

  • working drawings
  • catalogues
  • reviews, interviews, and correspondence
  • documentation of contemporary installations of drawings

Ranging in date from 1969 to 2008, the museum’s collection of LeWitt wall drawings is the world’s largest public repository of his work in this genre. These holdings are representative of the conceptual and material breadth of LeWitt’s wall drawing practice. 

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The LeWitt Wall Drawing Resource is accessible to qualified researchers by appointment. For more information or to schedule a visit, email lewittarchive@yale.edu.

Two men on a mental scaffold installing Wall Drawing #681 E in the lobby.

Installation of Sol LeWitt’s Wall Drawing #681E in the Gallery’s lobby

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    Venue: Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art