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Considered a pioneer of minimal & conceptual art, Sol LeWitt referred to his art as structures and not sculptures. The concept generated the art, not necessarily the artist’s hands. Compared to a classical composer that created a composition to be performed by many orchestras at different times and places. Now, on the University of Texas campus, the Landmarks Public Art program has realized two LeWitt installations: “Circle with Towers” & “Wall Drawing #520.”

Music: “America’s Son” by Air Review

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