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Judd Foundation at Frieze New York

Judd Foundation is pleased to participate in Frieze New York with an installation of furniture and writings by Donald Judd (Stand B39). Curated by Flavin Judd, the presentation will feature original preparatory drawings from the Judd Foundation Archives in Marfa, Texas along with immediately available Donald Judd Furniture and Judd Foundation publications. Judd Foundation presents Donald Judd Furniture at Frieze New York […]

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SoHo Arts Network Downtown Culture Walk

Judd Foundation invites you to join us on Saturday, April 29 for the first Downtown Culture Walk, a self-guided walking tour presented by the SoHo Arts Network (SAN), highlighting the non-profit art spaces in the SoHo and downtown neighborhoods. The ground floor and second floor of 101 Spring Street will be open free to the public for self-guided […]

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Ranch Office Open Hours

Judd Foundation is pleased to announce Ranch Office Open Hours in conjunction with Community Day on Saturday, April 29 from 2:00–5:00pm. Free and open to the public. The Ranch Office building was renovated by Judd to house his wall reliefs and maps of his ranch properties outside of Marfa. The top  of he façade features the AdeC brand that Judd […]

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Local History: Donald Judd Design Objects

“It’s impossible to go the store and buy a chair,” Donald Judd wrote in his 1993 essay “It’s Hard to Find a Good Lamp.” It was out of necessity that he began to design furniture; first a pair of sinks for 101 Spring Street and then a bed for his children’s room in Marfa, Texas. […]

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Now On View

Donald Judd works now on view as of April 2017. Exhibitions include solo and group presentations of Judd works at galleries and museums throughout the United States and internationally. For more information on Judd works at art fairs, please visit individual gallery sites. The work of Donald Judd is represented by David Zwirner, New York and […]

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Free Visits for Artists of 101 Spring Street

Judd Foundation is pleased to offer free visits of 101 Spring Street for practicing artists in New York City. If you are an artist living and working in New York City, please contact newyork@juddfoundation.org to book your visit. Fridays at 11:00am are reserved for artists. Reservations on public visits Tuesday through Saturday are on a […]

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Local History: Donald Judd as Art Critic, “The Chavín Civilization,” 1962

“This exhibition has been assembled from collections throughout the United States and is the first of Chavin art anywhere. As is customary at the Museum of Primitive Art, it is excellently displayed.” – Donald Judd, Review (“The Chavín Civilization”), February 1962 The handwritten notes above are the last two sentences of Donald Judd’s May/June 1962 […]

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SoHo Arts Network Presents: Art + Criticism Public Talk

Presented by the SoHo Arts Network at Judd Foundation, the panel will discuss how important art criticism was to the burgeoning New York art community from the late 1950s through the mid 1970s, and will examine the historical and contemporary role of the art critic. The panel will also consider Donald Judd’s role historically as […]

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Flavin Judd, Caitlin Murray, Matias Viegener on Donald Judd Writings

Conversation between Flavin Judd and Caitlin Murray, co-editors of Donald Judd Writings, with artist, writer, and critic, Matias Viegener. LA Art Book Fair The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA, Theater (Gallery W) Friday, February 24 1:00 – 2:00pm Further information about Donald Judd Writings is available here.

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Local History: Donald Judd’s Response for The Artist and Politics,1970

In June 1970, in response to the tragedy at Kent State University where four students were shot and killed by National Guardsman, as well as the growing Civil Rights and Anti-Vietnam War movements, Artforum asked a number of artists to respond to the following question, “What is your position regarding the kinds of political action […]

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