4 edition of Donald Judd found in the catalog.
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Naturally, Donald Judd Spaces was a book that was needed!
It's all right, but it's already done and I want to do something new. Flavin Judd and Caitlin Murray eds. While Judd executed early works himself in collaboration with his father, Roy Juddin 1964 he began delegating fabrication to professional artisans and manufacturers such as the industrial manufacturers Bernstein Brothers based on his drawings. The publication program of Judd Foundation intends to develop texts for scholars, students, and those interested in the life and work of Judd.
Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? This work is comprised of six identical, separate units with equal space in between each one. Donald Judd 1970 and 1980, 112 Greene Street, a raw space provided by artist Jeff Lew, was used by 112 Workshop the precursor to White Columns for installations and performances by artists such as Gordon Matta-Clark, Trisha Brown, Vito Acconci, Laurie Anderson, Richard Serra, Philip Glass and many more.
" At the time of his death, he was working on a series of fountains commissioned by the city of in 1991, Switzerland, and a new glass facade for a railroad station inSwitzerland. Photography: Stefan Ruiz The top floor was the sleeping space, where Judd installed a platform bed for him and Finch, and built little lofts for the children. at the Handbook of Texas Online. Combining a wide range of colors, he used the material to create five large-scale floor pieces and many horizontal wall works in unique variations of color and size.
Complete writings 1959-1975: gallery reviews, book reviews, articles, letters to the editor, reports, statements, complaints. "Rebecca Siefert, Lauretta Vinciarelli Into the Light: Her Collaborations with Donald Judd". After the 1974 exhibition, Judd continued to explore formal variability in a series of fifteen untitled Donald Judd boxes made in 1976, each measuring three feet tall and five feet wide. Judd's activity in architecture and furniture design increased beginning Donald Judd 1978, at which time he was involved professionally and romantically withan Italian-born architect and artist.
Loos, Ted October 12, 2018. By the 1970s, Judd's "specific objects," as he liked to call these box-like forms that sat directly on the floor, had become, despite their sharp edges and flat color, more complex through his exploration of surface and color.
Photography: Stefan Ruiz He turned the first floor into a living area, installing an industrial stainless-steel cooker and dishwasher in the kitchen long before they Donald Judd fashionable, and building wooden shelves to house his antique cutlery, glassware, crockery and stash of liquor. Mature work [ ] Donald Judd, untitled1977, concrete, 120 x 1500 x 1500 cm.
The Museum of Modern Art. Judd's geometric and modular creations have often been criticized for a seeming lack of content; it is this simplicity, however, that calls into question the nature of art and that posits Minimalist sculpture as an object of contemplation, one whose literal and insistent presence informs the process of beholding.
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden Smithsonian.
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Donald Clarence Judd was born on June 3, 1928 in Excelsior Springs, Missouri.