Expanded Access & New York Exhibitions in Spring 2020
Judd Foundation is pleased to announce expanded access of 101 Spring Street, public programs, publications, and major exhibitions of Donald Judd’s work on the occasion of the first US retrospective in more than thirty years at The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in the spring of 2020. The exhibitions will be presented throughout the duration of the retrospective as complementary installations of Judd’s work. The spring program will include six exhibitions accessible to the public in the greater New York area from March to July. These exhibitions, along with new publications from Judd Foundation, MoMA, and gallery partners David Zwirner, Gagosian, and Salon 94 Design, will show the breadth of Judd’s work across contemporary art, architecture, furniture and design, and writing. Special public programs will be presented beginning in March to provide an opportunity to explore Judd’s thinking and enduring influence.
Expanded Opening of 101 Spring Street
Judd Foundation will expand access to 101 Spring Street, its New York location, in conjunction with the MoMA retrospective exhibition, March 1 – July 11, 2020. Guided visits on Sundays will be available for the first time and new self-guided visit days will enable more visitors to directly engage with Donald Judd’s art and vision in his formerly private living and working spaces in downtown New York. Through firsthand experience of Judd’s installed spaces, visitors are able to explore his concept of permanent installation.
Guided visits will be available Tuesdays – Fridays and Sundays as a continuation of the noted artist-led program. These group visits run approximately 75 minutes. Self-guided visits will be available Saturdays by timed-ticketed entry. The self-guided visits will allow for visitors to experience the installed spaces at their own pace.
Advance reservations for all visits will be required. Tickets for March and April visits will be released on February 1, 2020, with the release of additional visits in March through June.
Work by Donald Judd will be the focus of six exhibitions and installations in and around New York City. Organized around the retrospective, the exhibitions will offer an occasion to explore the breadth of Judd’s work from paintings to works in three dimensions to furniture. Judd’s work will be considered within various architectural contexts through the installation of exhibitions across a range of sites throughout the city. Rarely exhibited works will be presented to New York for the first time in decades to create a singular opportunity for audiences to experience his large-scale work. Together, the exhibitions will demonstrate the full range of Judd’s oeuvre in medium, material, and scale.
The Museum of Modern Art
11 West 53rd Street
March 1 – July 11, 2020
101 Spring Street
March 1 – July 11, 2020
522 West 21st Street
March 12 – April 11, 2020
525 West 19th Street
April 18 – June 26, 2020
Salon 94 Design
TEFAF New York
May 8 – 12, 2020
Donald Judd, untitled, 1974; untitled, 1976, 15 works in plywood
3 Beekman Street, Beacon, New York