Donald Judd: Prints

Judd Foundation is pleased to present Donald Judd: Prints, a selection of woodcut prints and metal furniture, curated by Flavin Judd, at 101 Spring Street in New York. The second in a new series featuring art, Judd Furniture, and books on the ground floor, the installation will be free and open to the public.

Donald Judd: Prints
October 2 – December 19, 2015
101 Spring Street
Public Hours: Thursdays – Saturdays 1:00 – 5:30pm

Over the course of four decades, Judd created hundreds of prints in aquatint, etching, and screenprint techniques though focused on woodcuts as his primary print medium. For this installation, Judd Foundation will feature three complete sets of woodcut prints dating from 1988 to 1993 that explore color and proportion in series, key concerns for Judd’s work in both two and three-dimensions. An example of Judd’s varied practice, the installation will also feature Judd’s metal furniture designed in 1984. A selection of related books from Donald Judd’s Library will accompany the installation. Visitors will be encouraged to sit on the furniture, read the books, and take photographs.

Brenda Danilowitz will give a free public talk on Wednesday, November 18 at 6:00pm on Judd’s practice of printmaking. The talk will touch on Judd’s four-decade engagement with woodblock prints as well as his interest and use of color across all media.

Brenda Danilowitz is the Chief Curator of the Josef and Anni Albers Foundation and has written extensively on Josef Albers for a variety of publications. Danilowitz curated the Josef Albers exhibition at the Chinati Foundation in Marfa, TX in 1991.

Donald Judd: Prints is supported by COS.