What is definitely peculiar about Sol LeWitt’s wall drawings is that the artist is not the esecutor. Let us explain: LeWitt had the idea and created the instructions, but the actual execution is delegated to others. This is what happened for Wall Drawing #343 featured in Punta della Dogana exhibition Accrochage. In this case instruction called for a black background, tape to protect the space needed for the geometric figures, white chalk to cover what’s left in squiggles. Wall Drawing #343 was created by 18 students of Accademia delle Belle Arti of Venice.