The Jewish Museum of Belgium will present a new retrospective on famed conceptual artist, Sol Lewitt. In “SOL LEWITT – WALL DRAWINGS, WORKS ON PAPER, STRUCTURES (1968 – 2002),” the exhibition aims to highlight the diversity in his work, particularly to the lesser-known work that relates to his Jewish faith.
Although the artist lived a fairly secular life, he always held “discreet but tenacious ties to his Jewish heritage,” according to the museum. Amongst the work on display, the exhibition will feature archival drawings, photographs and testimonies for the artwork he created for the Reformed Congregation Beth Shalom Rodfe Zede, which opened in 2001.
“SOL LEWITT – WALL DRAWINGS, WORKS ON PAPER, STRUCTURES (1968 – 2002)” will go on view from December 3 to May 1, 2022.