Sol LeWitt Artwork Unveiled at UT’s New Computer Science Building
By Kelsey McKinney, 22 March 2013
Circle with Towers, the 14-foot high circular structure designed by conceptual and minimalist artist Sol LeWitt, was just unveiled this week, and it already has a nickname: “Gates-henge.” The structure was acquired by Landmarks, UT’s public art program, along with a colorful LeWitt wall drawing inside the building. Read more.
UT makes big leap in public art
By Jeanne Claire van Ryzin
Outside a new building at the University of Texas stands a striking circular structure made of ordinary unpainted cement cubes. Read more.
LEWITT SCULPTURES SOLD
The New York Times
By Carol Vogel
In 2005, shortly after two commissioned sculptures by Sol LeWitt — Circle With Towers and Curved Wall With Towers — were installed in Madison Square Park, he donated both works to the Madison Square Park Conservancy, which oversees that green space between Madison and Fifth Avenues, from 23rd to 26th Street. Read more.