LeWitt first entered the art world as a graphic designer for Chinese American architect I. M. Pei. He emerged as an independent artist in the 1960s, when he created his first sculptures, or "structures." Constructed from cubes that could be arranged in various patterns, they often occupied entire gal
As an artist, a gay man, an AIDS victim, and a Cuban American, Felix Gonzalez-Torres roamed the periphery of our culture. But who put him there? Whose agenda draws the lines between marginal and mainstream? And once those lines are drawn, how does one lodge protest? In his poignant, political Install
Ray's primary thematic concerns center around containment, integration, isolation, and self-sufficiency. A leader in Conceptual Realism, Ray's best work offers a metaphor for the gap between the literal and the symbolic (or the known and the unknown).
His art is compelling in its representation