4th And Constitution Ave. Northwest
Washington, District of Columbia 20565

From 1967 through the early 1970s, Californian artist Lewis Baltz made a series of photographs that focused on the sides of warehouse sheds, stucco walls, empty billboards, and other geometric forms found in the postwar suburban landscape. He titled these works 'Prototypes.' In addition, the exhibition will include the 12-panel color work 'Ronde de Nuit (Night Watch),' from 1991 to 1992, a mural-sized tableau of surveillance sites and the people who work in them. Also on display will be sculptures by Sol LeWitt and Donald Judd and prints by Richard Serra - key participants in the avant-garde dialogue that inspired Baltz.

Added by Upcoming Robot on June 29, 2011

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