On Tuesday a large crowd gathered at the southern tip of City Hall Park around a large, pyramid-like stack of white aluminum cubes, one of 27 pieces in the Public Art Fund's museum-caliber outdoor exhibition Sol LeWitt: Structures, 1965-2006. Curator Nicholas Baume spoke, as did Mayor Bloomberg, while the late minimalist and conceptual artist's widow and daughters stood by shyly. The exhibition, on view through December 2, is very good, as you'll see in this slideshow.
Sol LeWitt's Outdoor Retrospective at City Hall Park
A posthumous, public survey of the pioneering conceptual and minimalist artist's sculptures.