Sol LeWitt’s Studio Drawings
in the Vecchia Torre
Rye Dag Holmboe & Joschi Herczeg, The MIT Press
Sol LeWitt’s Studio Drawings in the Vecchia Torre (The MIT Press) is the first study of a little-known group of experimental wall drawings made by LeWitt in the early 70s, when he used the Torre Bonomo as a studio. The book comprises a preface by Guy Robertson, an essay by writer and psychoanalyst Rye Dag Holmboe and photographs by artist Joschi Herczeg. It is the result of our first collaboration with the current owner of the tower, Valentina Bonomo. Dag Holmboe and Herczeg were among our first residents in the Torre Bonomo.
Rye Dag Holmboe is a psychoanalyst, art historian and writer. He works in private practice and at Camden Psychotherapy Unit, a mental health charity in London. His most recent book, Howard Hodgkin’s Interiors, will be published by MIT in 2025. Joschi Herczeg is an artist and photographer, he primarily works as part of the art collective jocjonjosch.