Liu Zheng (Chinese, b. 1969); Buddha in Cage, Wutai Mountain, Shanxi Province (from The Chinese) negative 1998, printed 2006; gelatin silver print. Copy Right Holder: Liu Zheng and Pekin Fine Arts. Wachenheim Family Fund. (M.2006.5.3) x1200
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Art of the Month Club: Ellen Salzman Chase

Caption: Sol LeWitt, Arcs 12" wide from the upper right corner of the wall alternating bands of yellow, red, and blue ink washes, May 1988. © 2013 The LeWitt Estate / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York._x550

Caption: Sol LeWitt, Arcs 12" wide from the upper right corner of the wall alternating bands of yellow, red, and blue ink washes, May 1988. © 2013 The LeWitt Estate / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.

When thinking back to my time at Williams, rather than any work of art in particular at WCMA, it is the space of WCMA itself that left an impression. One of the things that remains with me most from the museum is the art on the wall of the stairway.

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Outstanding Exhibition Award goes to Sol LeWitt: The Well-Tempered Grid

Photo by Roman Iwasiwka.

Photo by Roman Iwasiwka.

WCMA has won the 2012 award for Outstanding Exhibition in a University Museum for its exhibition Sol LeWitt: The Well-Tempered Grid. The prize was awarded by the Association of Art Museum Curators (AAMC) at its Annual Awards for Excellence.

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2013 New York Book Show Award!

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For the second year in a row a WCMA catalog has won a New York Book Show award! The exhibition catalog, Sol Lewitt: The Well-Tempered Grid, has won an award in the 27th Annual New York Book Show, in the category for Professional/Scholarly publications.

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Wall Drawing #29

Sol LeWitt’s Wall Drawing #29, installed for the exhibition Sol LeWitt: The Well-Tempered Grid, is on view through Dec. 9, 2012. Check out this short video of the 5 day installation and stop in to see the drawing in person!

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WCMA at Night Postcard Drawings

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As part of WCMA at Night this past Thursday, students made up their own LeWitt inspired drawing directions, and had the option of following the directions created by others.

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