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Donald Judd, colorist

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Published by Cantz, distributed by D.A.P., Distributed Art Publishers in Ostfildern-Ruit, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Judd, Donald, -- 1928-1994. -- Exhibitions,
  • Judd, Donald, -- 1928-1994. -- Criticism and interpretation,
  • Color in art -- Exhibitions,
  • Sculpture, American -- Exhibitions

  • Edition Notes

    StatementDietmar Elger, editor
    GenreExhibitions
    ContributionsElger, Dietmar, Sprengel Museum Hannover, Kunsthaus Bregenz
    The Physical Object
    Pagination129 p. :
    Number of Pages129
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18114886M
    ISBN 103893228780

    He spent the next 22 years creating his own vision of an enlightened place, an alternative exhibition space, safe for art and artists. The building is so the room is Barbara Rose is an American art historian, critic, and curator. In addition, every two to three years, the museum organizes a symposium dedicated to exploring a particular topic of interest to the art community at large. Combining a wide range of colors, he used the material to create five large-scale floor pieces and many horizontal wall works in unique variations of color and size. Beginning inhe lectured at universities across the United States, Europe and Asia on both art and its relationship to architecture.

    The Marfa Book Company is much more than a bookstore specializing in art books. Is there some ascertainable change of that nature? Early work[ edit ] In the late s, Donald Judd began to practice as a painter. A work of art exists as itself; a chair exists as a chair itself. The intent of art is different from that of the latter, which must be functional.

    Also byhe began work on wall-mounted sculptures, and first developed the curved progression format of these works in as a development from his work on an untitled floor piece that set a hollow pipe into a solid wooden block. Map it! Just a fabricator. Judd also extended an invitation to Soviet artist Ilya Kabakov, who created a site-specific work that capitalizes upon the decrepit nature of an abandoned barracks, open to the elements. They all work together perfectly well. How does your art now differ from early Judd?


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Donald Judd, colorist book

So the work does change. Building upon archival research by Judd Foundation and scholars, it seeks to engage collectors, galleries, and institutions in the research of Donald Judd artworks. A work of art exists as itself; a chair exists as a chair itself.

Well, the pieces are meant to be looked at; they are not made to be touched. Map it! Judd took this idea a step further, creating installations that thrust art right up against a wild, untamed envi-ronment.

What is art as distinct from a beautiful object, with special reference to your work? Do you agree? Judd, in the last two hours I have been looking at your recent works and talking to a number of interested persons: critics, historians, curators, and gallery owners. Submitted materials will become part of the Judd Foundation Archives with all private collector information treated confidentially.

The Schijpol one-color piece is an attempt to do that. Hours: Wed-Sun ; Davis bought it at auction, gained fame for housing movie stars during the filming of Giant in Hecho en Marfa, N.

Attractions The water at Chinati Hot Springs bubbles up from the ground at a soothing degrees. The Cor-ten works are unique in that they are the only works the artist fabricated in Marfa, Texas. Russell St. One of the first he sought out was Dan Flavin, a close friend. Sure there is. Not wheelchair accessible.

The big piece in the corner was supposed to go into a large show in Germany, but I pulled it out of the show. It was all to support Baselitz and such people. Murray is co-owner of the Marfa Book Company, a bookstore, publisher, and film, music, and performance space in Marfa, Texas.

What does that mean, that they work together? Hours: Daily 5 p. What's the use--for us as individuals, or for any society--of pictures of nothing, of paintings and sculptures or prints or drawings that do not seem to show anything except themselves? Over the next 25 years, Judd renovated the building floor by floor, sometimes installing works he purchased or commissioned from other artists.The work of Donald Judd, one of the most significant American artists of the postwar period, has come to define Minimalist art, a label to which the artist strongly objected.

The unaffected, straightforward quality of Judd’s work demonstrates his strong interest in color, form, material, and space. Donald Judd (June 3, – February 12, ) was an American artist associated with minimalism (a term he nonetheless stridently disavowed). In his work, Judd sought autonomy and clarity for the constructed object and the space created by it, ultimately achieving a rigorously democratic presentation without compositional hierarchy.

It created an outpouring of seemingly effervescent works Born: Donald Clarence Judd, June 3,Excelsior.

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Coming Soon. More to Explore. All Books in Art. Back. Explore thousands of artworks in the museum’s wide-ranging collection—from our world-renowned icons to lesser-known gems from every corner of the globe—as well as our books, writings, reference materials, and other resources.

Oct 08,  · The following books offer insight into Donald Judd’s artistic vision (to order, contact the Chinati Foundation or the Marfa Book Company): Donald Judd: Colorist edited by Dietmar Elger (Cantz, ); Donald Judd: Late Work (PaceWildenstein, ); Donald Judd: Selected Works (Museum of Modern Art, Saitama and Museum of Modern Art.

Oct 07,  · —D. JUDD,‘Some aspects of colour in general and red and black in particular’, in Donald Judd Colorist, Ostfildern-Ruitp. Donald Judd’s Untitled is characterised by the interaction of monochromatic rectangular units composed in tones of red, pewter, and black.

The rectangular blocks are stacked with rigid regularity.