Art museums around the world are in the grip of a love affair. In what must be a record for a living American artist, in the last 10 years—in addition to 100 solo gallery exhibitions—Sol LeWitt's had more than 50 museum shows. At 72, he's the Cal Ripken Jr. of art, an all-purpose, steady-Eddie, go-to guy. To his credit and detriment, LeWitt's the number one jewel in the postminimalist crown—the best of a good thing that started a long time ago, just kept going, and now has gone stale. Call it Installationism, our equivalent of the... More >>>