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New Sol LeWitt work unveiled in NYC subway station

September 15th, 2009 · No Comments

Sol LeWitt's Whirls and Twirls in New York's Columbus Circle MTA station
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From The New York Times:

A giant tiled wall of jewel-toned loops and curves — one of the last commissions by the Conceptual artist Sol LeWitt — was unveiled in the 59th Street-Columbus Circle subway station by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority last week. And while its title — “Whirls and Twirls (MTA)” — may sound more like an amusement park ride than an artwork, the eye-popping palette and monumental scale are bolder than most of the art in the subways, a surprising visual jolt for the estimated 69,000 commuters who use the station every day.

Read Carol Vogel’s article in its entirety here.

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