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Conceptualizing Sol Lewitt's 'Wall Drawings'

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Conceptualizing Sol Lewitt's 'Wall Drawings'

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Conceptualizing Sol Lewitt's 'Wall Drawings'

Conceptualizing Sol Lewitt's 'Wall Drawings'

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Sol LeWitt was one of the pioneers of conceptual art. He saw it in his mind, then communicated it to others to complete.

Dozens of people have done just that with his ideas for his famous Wall Drawings, which are now at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art.

Andrea Shea reports for WBUR.

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