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Now On View

Donald Judd works on view as of May 2019. Exhibitions include solo and group presentations of Judd works at galleries and museums throughout the United States and internationally. The work of Donald Judd is represented by David Zwirner and Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac. EDGES ANGLES LINES CURVES Arnulf Rainer Museum October 20, 2018 – May 26, 2019 […]

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Donald Judd Retrospective at MoMA

Judd Foundation is pleased to share that The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) will present the exhibition Donald Judd from March 1 through July 11, 2020, the first major US retrospective dedicated to Judd in over three decades. Presented solely at MoMA, the exhibition will explore the remarkable vision of an artist who revolutionized the […]

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Donald Judd at Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac

Judd Foundation is pleased to share the exhibition of works by Donald Judd at Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, on view April 6 through June 15, 2019 at the Paris Marais location. Curated by Flavin Judd, Artistic Director of Judd Foundation, the exhibition marks the first solo presentation of Judd’s work in three dimensions in France in 18 years. […]

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Local History: Lauretta Vinciarelli and Donald Judd

Lauretta Vinciarelli (1943-2011) was an architect, artist, and professor of architecture. Born in Arbe, Italy and raised in Rome, she attended graduate school at the Università di Roma La Sapienza, earning her doctorate in architecture and urban planning in 1971. Vinciarelli moved to New York City in 1969, where she became involved in the Institute […]

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Local History: La Mansana de Chinati

In the late 1960s, Donald Judd travelled in the Southwest United States, throughout Arizona and New Mexico in search of a place that would be amenable to living and also allow him to work on a large-scale. He found that Marfa met his desire for a town with a small population and mild winter climate, […]

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Local History: Donald Judd’s Architecture Office

In 1990, Donald Judd purchased a two-story building on the main street of Marfa. In order to restore the building to its original appearance, he had the white paint and plaster that had been applied to the exterior removed, returning it to its red brick façade. Judd created a working architecture office on the first floor […]

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Local History: Donald Judd and 19th Street

In the summer of 1960, Donald Judd moved into a loft on 53 East 19th Street in New York City where he would live and work for nine years. 19th Street was where he wrote the majority of his early art criticism and where he made many of the paintings later included in Donald Judd: […]

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Local History: Donald Judd and Metal Furniture

In his 1986 essay, “On Furniture,” Donald Judd opens with the contention that furniture and architecture must be functional, as opposed to art, which is “the assertion of someone’s interest regardless of other considerations.” Judd’s initial designs were made for specific purposes, including sinks for 101 Spring Street and a bed, desks, and chairs for […]

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Donald Judd: Specific Furniture at SFMOMA

Judd Foundation is pleased to share the exhibition Donald Judd: Specific Furniture at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA). Unique to this presentation, the exhibition will bring together Judd’s work with a selection of the important pieces he collected and lived with in his homes and studios, placing Judd firmly within the design […]

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Local History: Donald Judd and Works in Edition

Between the years 1967 and 1992, Donald Judd made eight different sets of works in editions ranging from three to two hundred. As diverse as his unique works in three dimensions, Judd’s works in editions were made for the floor, the wall, and the table in a range of materials: stainless steel, galvanized iron, cold-rolled […]

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