Dimensions: 9 3/4 x 1 x 12 1/4 in (24.8 x 31.1 cm)
Published by D.A.P/Tate
Published to accompany the 2004 retrospective exhibition of Donald Judd’s work at the Tate Modern. This lavishly illustrated survey features forty-one works from collections around the world, many of them large scale, each illustrated with full catalogue entries alongside many other major works by Judd. Contributors Nicholas Serota (Director of the Tate), Rudi Fuchs (former Director of The Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam), American critics Richard Schiff and David Raskin, and British artist and critic David Batchelor explore the conflicts between previous critical interpretations of Judd and his own philosophical, political, and moral understanding of his work. Judd’s critical response to the work of other artists is examined, as is the importance of color to his work, and his reaction to new man-made materials and artificially generated color in the late-20th-century environment. A section on Judd’s installations in Marfa, Texas are also included.