Lawrence Weiner

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Lawrence Weiner
Lawrence Weiner

The first major United States retrospective of the work of New York-based artist Lawrence Weiner (b.1942, Bronx, NY), one of the key figures associated with the emergence and foundations of conceptual art in the 1960s, Lawrence Weiner: AS FAR AS THE EYE CAN SEE provides a comprehensive examination of Weiner’s remarkable and cohesive oeuvre, assembling key selections and bodies of work from throughout his 40-year career.

A comprehensive catalogue, co-published by MOCA and the Whitney Museum and produced in close collaboration with the artist, accompanies the exhibition. Designed by award-winning graphic designer Lorraine Wild, the publication features essays by Kathryn Chiong, Liam Gillick, Edward Leffingwell, Dieter Schwarz, and Gregor Stemmrich, along with exhibition curators Donna De Salvo and Ann Goldstein, and a special contribution by Alice Zimmerman.

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Lawrence Weiner - As Far as the Eye Can See
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