Artist

Lawrence Weiner

Born in New York in 1942, Lawrence Weiner played a pivotal role in the development of Conceptual art in the United States in the 1960s, questioning traditional notions of art and moving away from the art object in favor of a practice based in ideas and actions.
Weiner‘s primary medium is language, yet his artworks are not simply the texts themselves, but rather the content or idea he refers to in his words. His work exists in multiple forms: as written language, as speech, or as a physical manifestation of the content described by the language. This democratic approach to art-making reveals a social ambition. Weiner is interested in art’s “use factor,” its accessibility, and how it relates to the people who experience it.
Lawrence Weiner is represented by Lisson Gallery and Marian Goodman Gallery

Exhibitions
Exhibitions
Lawrence Weiner: South of the Border
Fundación Casa Wabi presents a solo exhibition dedicated to work of Lawrence Weiner, under the title of South of the Border. 
01 Feb 2020 - 01 Jan 2021
Casa Wabi
Mexico City
Art Spaces
Thaddaeus Ropac London
Galleries in London
Lisson Gallery, 22 Cork Street
Galleries in London
Gagosian Geneva
Galleries in Geneva
Gagosian Gallery Hong Kong
Galleries in Hong Kong
Lisson Gallery, 27 Bell Street
Galleries in London
Lisson Gallery, 67 Lisson Street
Galleries in London
Mai 36 Galerie
Galleries in Zurich
Massimo De Carlo London
Galleries in London
Massimo De Carlo, Palazzo Belgioioso
Galleries in Milan
Massimo De Carlo, Casa Corbellini-Wassermann
Galleries in Milan
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