The Concentric Influences of Sol LeWitt

Part 1: Irene Barberis, Fransje Killaars, Janet Passehl, Wilma Tabacco

Sol LeWitt’s legacy as a key artistic figure of Conceptual and Minimalist Art is intimately expressed in the work of Janet Passehl (USA), Fransje Killaars (Netherlands), Irene Barberis (Australia), and Wilma Tabacco (Australia). Each of the four artists from across the globe share a unique connection with LeWitt, who has impacted their practice in concentric, obvious, and sometimes understated ways. The first of two RMIT Gallery exhibitions centred around Sol LeWitt’s practice, The Concentric Influences of Sol LeWitt moves beyond the objective visual qualities connecting artworks to celebrate the circular bonds of friendship and community that characterise the depth of LeWitt’s creative influence. 

Curator: Irene Barberis 

The Concentric Influences of Sol LeWitt: Core Artists has been produced by RMIT Culture. Image: © Irene Barberis 


Event7 Jun 2024

Curatorial Talk, Working Title & The Concentric Influences of Sol LeWitt

Join us for an engaging curatorial talk as the curators of Working Title and The Concentric Influences of Sol LeWitt dive into two diverse worlds of studio…

Event10 Jul 2024

Sol LeWitt’s Studio, a talk by Irene Barberis

Join us for an insightful lecture exploring the studio of Sol LeWitt, a pioneering figure in Conceptual and Minimalist Art. Curator of The…