Click for original photo credit

Open Geometric Structure

Sol LeWitt, painted wood, 20 x 29½ x 20 inches, 1991.
© The LeWitt Collection, Chester, CT.


Below are the sources that referenced this study.

texts and periodicals

1. Davis, Douglas. The Museum Transformed: Design and Culture in the Post-Pompidou Age. New York: Abbeville Press Publishers, 1990. NA6695.D38 1990. exterior aerial photo, p205, plate 174. exterior photo of entry, p206, plate 175.

2. Eisenman, Peter. Architecture and Urbanism. Tokyo : A + U Publishing Co., 1988. NA737.E33 A4 1988

3. Eisenman, Peter. Written into the Void: 1990-2004 Selected Writings. New Haven and London: Yale University Press. NA737.E33 A35 2007

4. Ghirardo, Diane. "The Grid and the Grain" Architectural Review: Vol 187, pp 79-86, June 1990. Color photo of interior of arcade, f12, p85. color photo of rehabilitated armory towers, f3, p80. color photo of exterior, f2, p80.

5. Lamster, Mark, “The Vexner Center: plagued by a bad layout and shoddy construction, Ohio State University seeks a retrofit of its Peter Eisenman building” Metropolis, vol. 20, no. 11, pp. 54, Jul 2001

6. Stein, Judith E., "Space and place - Maya Lin, sculpture and architecture, Wexner Center for the Arts, Columbus, Ohio; and other galleries and sites”. Art in America. Dec. 1994 <>.

7. Urbach, Henry, “building for now: Three museums try to make architecture “immediate” for all of us.” Metropolis, 1998 May, v.17, n.8, p.107,109

8. Wheeler, Amy; “Wexner Center for the Arts” The Lantern: 7/10/2003

online sources

9. Galinsky – People enjoying buildings worldwide; Wexner Center for the Arts, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio:

10. The Architecture Week – Great Buildings Collection; Wexner Center

11. Google Images - Search Terms: Wexner Center; Sol LeWitt