Marathon Reading of Donald Judd Interviews
Saturday, October 19
101 Spring Street
New York, NY
Organized in collaboration with Independent Curators International and David Zwirner Books, the marathon reading celebrates the new publication of Donald Judd Interviews. ICI Collaborators read from historical interviews with Donald Judd, representing a diverse range of critical voices from the curatorial field who also have a connection to the publication or, by extension, Judd more specifically. The reading of interviews, sourced from over four decades, will be interspersed with archival video recordings of the original interviews, selected by co-editor of Donald Judd Interviews, Caitlin Murray, Director of Archives and Programs at Judd Foundation. Readers include Josh Baer, Andrew Durbin, Josh Franco, Lucy Gallun, Flavin Judd, Fran Lebowitz, Barbara London, Tamar Margalit, Andrew Russeth, William J. Simmons, Juliana Steiner, Sally Tallant, Phyllis Tuchman, and Lynn Xu.
This talk is part of the public programs in New York and Marfa, Texas presented by Judd Foundation and David Zwirner Books to coincide with the release of Donald Judd Interviews. All events are free and open to the public.
Interview with Barbara Rose and Frank Stella 1966–67. Read by Barbara London, Andrew Durbin, and Josh Franco
Barbara London is a curator, writer, sound art advocate, and founder of the video collection at The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Andrew Durbin is a poet, novelist, and Senior Editor for the Americas at Frieze Magazine. Josh Franco is an artist, art historian, and National Collector for Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
“A Painter Interviews a Sculptor (on Painting)” an interview with Jo Baer, 1966-67. Read by Josh Baer and Flavin Judd
Josh Baer is an art advisor, curator, and art market journalist. Flavin Judd is Artistic Director at Judd Foundation and co-editor Donald Judd Writings and Donald Judd Interviews.
“Don Judd: An Interview with John Coplans,” from the exhibition catalogue Don Judd, 1971. Read by Lucy Gallun and Tamar Margalit
Lucy Gallun is Associate Curator in the Department of Photography at The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Tamar Margalit is a Curatorial Assistant in the Department of Painting and Sculpture at The Museum of Modern Art, New York and is currently working on the forthcoming Judd retrospective.
Interview with Phyllis Tuchman, June 4, 1976. Read by Phyllis Tuchman and Andrew Russeth
Phyllis Tuchman is the author of a PhD dissertation on “The Rise of Minimalism” as well as related exhibition catalogue essays. Andrew Russeth is an art critic and Executive Editor of ARTnews.
“Interview with Donald Judd,” an article by Paul Taylor, September–October 1986. Read by Juliana Steiner and William J. Simmons
Juliana Steiner is an independent curator, writer, and researcher who lives and works in between Bogotá and Miami. William J. Simmons is an essayist, a poet, and Provost Fellow in the Humanities in the art history PhD program at the University of Southern California.
“Art, War, and Money: Art Hero Donald Judd on the Powerlessness of Art and the Power of the Powerful,” an interview with Georg Schöllhammer, February 9–10, 1991. Read by Sally Tallant and Lynn Xu
Sally Tallant is the Executive Director of the Queens Museum. Lynn Xu is a poet and Assistant Professor of Writing at Columbia University School of the Arts.
“Donald Judd,” interview from Independent Curator’s International’s Inside the Studio, March 30, 1993. Read by Fran Lebowitz
Fran Lebowitz is an author.