Spring 2018 Public Programs in New York

Judd Foundation is pleased to announce Spring 2018 public programs in New York that explore aspects of Donald Judd’s work. The talk series coincides with 15 x 105 x 15, an exhibition of extruded aluminum works by Judd on the ground floor of 101 Spring Street on view April 27 through July 28. All events are free and open to the public.

 

Alex Kitnick
Monday, April 30
6:30pm
101 Spring Street, New York, NY

Alex Kitnick is an art historian and critic based in New York, and The Brant Foundation Fellow in Contemporary Arts at Bard College. He will discuss the relationship between the paintings by Donald Judd from 1959-1961, currently on view at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami, and the prints Judd made during the same time period.

Jarrett Earnest, Anna Betbeze, and Simone Kearney
Monday, May 14
6:30pm
101 Spring Street, New York, NY

Writer and artist Jarrett Earnest will be in conversation with artists Anna Betbeze and Simone Kearney to discuss language associated with the colors, shapes, and material present in the exhibition 15 x 105 x 15.

William Agee
Monday, May 21
6:30pm
101 Spring Street, New York, NY

Art historian William Agee will talk about the works on view in 15 x 105 x 15 and Judd’s use of materials and colors in the exhibition and throughout his career.

Yasmil Raymond, Larry Bell, and Randy Kennedy
Tuesday, May 29
6:30pm
101 Spring Street, New York, NY

Yasmil Raymond, Associate Curator at The Museum of Modern Art, Randy Kennedy, Director of Special Projects at Hauser & Wirth, will be in conversation with artist Larry Bell on the use of industrial materials and process in art.

 

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