Welcome to another installment of Appetite for Art!
Join Joslyn Director Jack Becker and curators Toby Jurovics and Karin Campbell on select Tuesdays every month for stimulating gallery talks and superb lunches inspired by Joslyn’s most mouth-watering masterpieces!
All lectures begin at 11:30 am in the galleries and are followed by lunch at noon in the beautiful Storz Fountain Court (please note this year not all programs are scheduled on the final Tuesday of each month). Space is limited and advance reservations are required five days prior to the event. Ticket price per event includes sales tax: $35 Joslyn Members; $40 for all others. Enjoy one free program by purchasing a series pass: $245 Joslyn Members; $280 for all others. Tickets are non-refundable.
For delectable art, fine food, and friendly conversation register online
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Sol LeWitt (American, 1928-2007)
Seven-Part Variations on Two Different Kinds of Cubes, 1967-69
Steel and enamel
Museum purchase, 1984.29
LeWitt is a pioneer of conceptual art, in which the idea behind an artwork is as important as the resulting art object. An example of this belief, LeWitt's concepts for sculptures take the form of written instructions for completion by fabricators. LeWitt uses mathematical rules to create a harmonic framework of regular shapes that he variously combines and repeats. The cube in particular, with its simple, perfect geometry, became LeWitt's ideal form. In this sculpture, two kinds of steel cubes - those with four sides and those with five - are stacked in pairs, each of the units a different configuration of the basic type. The work is marked both by industrial precision and the intriguing play of shadow.
Following the gallery talk guests will enjoy a undoubtedly "square" meal prepared by Hap Abraham Catering. Check back soon for menu details!
Join us for Appetite for Art on November 27.