Donald Judd Posters Reissued from the Archives

Judd Foundation has reissued four posters created by Donald Judd from original versions which are part of the Judd Foundation Archives in Marfa, Texas. Three posters, dating from 1963 to 1970, were selected as representations of important solo exhibitions of Judd’s work, including one from Green Gallery, for his first solo exhibition of works in three dimensions in 1963, and two from Leo Castelli Gallery, in 1966 and 1970. The fourth poster, made in support of the efforts of the Art Workers Coalition in opposition to the Vietnam War in 1971, reflects Judd’s activism and political engagement throughout his life. The posters will be available for purchase beginning in March at Judd Foundation, New York and Marfa, and at The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), New York during the ‘Judd’ retrospective exhibition.

 

Don Judd Exhibition Poster, Green Gallery
December 17, 1963 – January 11, 1964
19 x 22 inches

Made for Donald Judd’s first solo exhibition of works in three dimensions at Gallery, New York.

 

Don Judd Exhibition Poster, Leo Castelli Gallery
February 5 – March 2, 1966
23 x 23 inches

Donald Judd designed the poster for his first solo exhibition at Leo Castelli Gallery, New York.

 

Don Judd Exhibition Poster, Leo Castelli Gallery
April 11 – May 2, 1970
24 x 29 inches

For the solo exhibition, Don Judd, works were installed at both Leo Castelli Gallery, New York, on East 77th Street, and at the Castelli Warehouse, New York, on 108th Street.

 

Art Workers Coalition Poster
1971

22 x 17 inches

The poster was made by Donald Judd and Julie Finch Judd in 1971 for the Artists’ Poster Committee of the Art Workers Coalition and was sold to support anti-war activities.