Although considered to be a minimalist artist due to his simple Modular Structures, Sol LeWitt was also a great influencer of Conceptual Art. In 1962, he created his first reliefs and sculptures consisting of very basic geometric forms: squares and cubes, which were used as modules and combined into serial structures and superstructures. The form of an object was not the result of various artistic decisions but instead originated from a "system" established beforehand. LeWitt said, %C3%82»The idea becomes a machine that makes the art.%C3%82« He also made various pieces of furniture, notably tables, using the cube system that he had developed for his sculptures.
Coffee Table 1981 Painted wood and glass, 122 x 122 x 47 cm (48 x 48 x 18½ in). Unlimited.