Sol LeWitt

A Parallelogram of Florence without a Triangle

Sol LeWitt
A Parallelogram of Florence without a Triangle, 1978
Gelatin-silver print, collaged, 30.5 x 30.5 cm
Collection Fotomuseum Winterthur, acquisition made possible by the "Jedermann Collection" donors' group

© The Estate of Sol Lewitt / 2007 Pro Litteris, Zürich

1928 (Hartford, US) – 2007 (New York, US)
In 1970, under her imprint Multiples, Inc., Marian Goodman produced a box of artists’ works entitled Artists& Photographs which reflected the involvement with photography of nineteen contemporary artists, including Dan Graham, Robert Rauschenberg, Robert Smithson and Bruce Nauman. This miniature portable museum redefined the way photography was seen in the context of art. The works range from Warhol’s reproductions of existing artworks to Mel Bochner’s cryptic collection of quotations, Misunderstandings (A Theory of Photography).