During the AMAM renovation project, a wall drawing by Sol LeWitt was crated in place to protect temporarily. This video shows the scribble drawing being uncovered in preparation for the September 6 reopening of the museum.
To make this drawing, eleven people worked the equivalent of 101 draftsman days to cover the wall's 396 square feet with graphite. A total of 330 six-inch leads and twenty-eight woodless graphite pencil sticks were used.
Sol LeWitt (American, 1928–2007)
Wall Drawing #1222 (Scribbles: Curved Horizontal Bands), 2007
Wall drawing: graphite pencil
Overall: 22 x 18 ft. (6.71 x 5.49 m)
Gift of the Artist, AMAM 2007.5
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