“Material, space, and color are the main aspects of visual art. Everyone knows that there is material that can be picked up and sold, but no one sees space and color. Two of the main aspects of art are invisible; the basic nature of art is invisible. The integrity of visual art is not seen. The unseen nature and integrity of art, the development of its aspects, the irreducibility of thought can be replaced by falsifications, and by verbiage about the material, itself in reality unseen.”–Donald Judd, “Some Aspects of Color in General and Red and Black in Particular,” 1993

This section provides a selection of work by Judd including paintings, objects, drawings, and prints. A comprehensive catalogue raisonné of paintings, objects, and wood-blocks is currently in the research phase by Judd Foundation. Learn more about the Donald Judd Catalogue Raisonné Project here.

The Donald Judd: Catalogue Raisonné of Paintings, Objects, and Wood-Blocks 1960-1974 was published by the National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa in 1975. Donald Judd, Prints and Works in Editions: A Catalogue Raisonné, a comprehensive catalogue of Judd’s prints, was published by Edition Schellmann and Schirmer/Mosel in 1993.

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