The Art Newspaper reports that the Botín Foundation will have several of conceptual artist, Sol LeWitt’s drawings installed in their galleries through early 2016. Many of the works on display have not been installed anywhere since the 1970s.
I think this is great news. I’ve often thought LeWitt’s work was interesting and challenging in a way that was hard to explain. I think an Aesthetic Distance article on authenticity and creativity may be in order.
In the meantime, check out the link to the exhibition. And if anyone is able to see it in person, I’d love to hear about your experience.