New York
In 1968, Judd purchased 101 Spring Street, a five story cast-iron building located at the corner of Spring Street and Mercer Street in New York City, the first building he owned that served as his New York residence and studio.
Judd Foundation
Judd visited Marfa for the first time in 1971, while looking for a place to live in the southwestern United States. Through Judd’s efforts, his spaces in Marfa became, and remain today, the primary place to see his work.
Ayala de Chinati comprises two large parcels of land and three ranch houses: Casa Morales, Casa Perez, and Las Casas.

Guided visits to Judd Foundation spaces in Marfa and New York offer visitors direct engagement with Donald Judd’s art and vision.