American, 1928–2007. Solomon “Sol” LeWitt’s oeuvre ranged from drawings, photography and paintings to printmaking and structures. He preferred to use the term “Structures” instead of “Sculptures”. Before becoming a prolific artist, LeWitt explored professional life as a graphic designer, a night receptionist and clerk, and serving in the Korean war. These experiences were influential in his life and his art. From gallery-sized installations to monumental outdoor structures, Sol LeWitt’s aesthetic two and three-dimensional imagery carved the unique visual imagery for the artist. Regarded as the founder of Minimal and Conceptual Art, his interactive wall drawings and large-scale installations are usually drawn by people than the artist himself.