Lawrence Weiner

born 1942

Lawrence Weiner, ‘STRAIGHT DOWN TO BELOW’ 1988
STRAIGHT DOWN TO BELOW 1988
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Biography

Lawrence Weiner (born February 10, 1942) is one of the central figures in the formation of conceptual art in the 1960s. His work often takes the form of typographic texts.

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ARTIST ROOMS Lawrence Weiner – Woodhorn Museum

We visit Woodhorn Museum for their Art Gala Day hosted by The Mindfuls


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In the Studio with Lawrence Weiner

Lawrence Weiner on working with words, why he’s against Helvetica, and how he came to design his own font

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Talking Art: Lawrence Weiner

Following his highly acclaimed retrospective 'As far as the eye can see' (Whitney Museum of American Art, New York), Lawrence ...
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Lawrence Weiner: Talking Art

Lawrence Weiner discusses his work with art historian and critic John Slyce.

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