THE BOSTON GLOBE - Does New England, you might ask, have an artist whose work can be seen as part of a picturesque tour, a rambling road trip? You bet it does. His name is Sol LeWitt.
In 2008, the year after LeWitt died, the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art in North Adams opened a stupendous, 30,000-square-foot retrospective of his wall drawings. It will remain in place for at least 21 more years. It is the Mecca, the 14th station, of what the [Boston] Globe hereby dubs the ‘Sol LeWitt Trail.’ Every Sol LeWitt Trail pilgrim should wind up in North Adams.