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Donald Judd Writings

Author : Donald Judd
Publisher : David Zwirner Books
Page : 1057 pages
File Size : 48,5 Mb
Release : 2016-11-22
Category : Art
ISBN : 9781941701355

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With hundreds of pages of new and previously unpublished essays, notes, and letters, Donald Judd Writings is the most comprehensive collection of the artist’s writings assembled to date. This timely publication includes Judd’s best-known essays, as well as little-known texts previously published in limited editions. Moreover, this new collection also includes unpublished college essays and hundreds of never-before-seen notes, a critical but unknown part of Judd’s writing practice. Judd’s earliest published writing, consisting largely of art reviews for hire, defined the terms of art criticism in the 1960s, but his essays as an undergraduate at Columbia University in New York, published here for the first time, contain the seeds of his later writing, and allow readers to trace the development of his critical style. The writings that followed Judd’s early reviews are no less significant art-historically, but have been relegated to smaller publications and have remained largely unavailable until now. The largest addition of newly available material is Judd’s unpublished notes—transcribed from his handwritten accounts of and reactions to subjects ranging from the politics of his time, to the literary texts he admired most. In these intimate reflections we see Judd’s thinking at his least mediated—a mind continuing to grapple with questions of its moment, thinking them through, changing positions, and demonstrating the intensity of thought that continues to make Judd such a formidable presence in contemporary visual art. Edited by the artist’s son, Judd Foundation curator and co-president Flavin Judd, and Judd Foundation archivist Caitlin Murray, this volume finally provides readers with the full extent of Donald Judd’s influence on contemporary art, art history, and art criticism.

Donald Judd Spaces

Author : Donald Judd
Publisher : Prestel Publishing
Page : 0 pages
File Size : 50,7 Mb
Release : 2020
Category : Architecture
ISBN : 3791359541

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This book presents an unprecedented visual survey of the living and working spaces of the artist Donald Judd in New York and Texas. Filled with newly commissioned and previously unpublished archival photographs alongside five essays by the artist, this book provides an opportunity to explore Judd's personal spaces, which are a crucial part of this revered artist's oeuvre. From a 19th-century cast-iron building in Manhattan to an extensive ranch in the mountains of western Texas, this book details the interiors, exteriors, and lands surrounding the buildings that comprise Judd's extant living and working spaces. Readers will discover how Judd developed the concept of permanent installation at Spring Street in New York City, with artworks, furniture, and decorative objects striking a balance between the building's historic qualities and his own architectural innovations. His buildings in Marfa, Texas, demonstrate how Judd reiterated his concept of integrative living on a larger scale, extending to the reaches of the Chinati Mountains at Ayala de Chinati, his 33,000-acre ranch south of the town. Each of the spaces was thoroughly considered by Judd with resolute attention to function and design. From furniture to utilitarian structures that Judd designed himself, these residences reflect Judd's consistent aesthetic. His spaces underscore his deep interest in the preservation of buildings and his deliberate interventions within existing architecture. Published with Judd Foundation

Donald Judd Interviews

Author : Donald Judd
Publisher : David Zwirner Books
Page : 1025 pages
File Size : 43,8 Mb
Release : 2019-11-12
Category : Art
ISBN : 9781644230169

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Donald Judd Interviews by Donald Judd Pdf

Donald Judd Interviews presents sixty interviews with the artist over the course of four decades, and is the first compilation of its kind. It is the companion volume to the critically acclaimed and bestselling Donald Judd Writings. This collection of interviews engages a diverse range of topics, from philosophy and politics to Judd’s insightful critiques of his own work and the work of others such as Mark di Suvero, Edward Hopper, Yayoi Kusama, Barnett Newman, and Jackson Pollock. The opening discussion of the volume between Judd, Dan Flavin, and Frank Stella provides the foundation for many of the succeeding conversations, focusing on the nature and material conditions of the new art developing in the 1960s. The publication also gathers a substantial body of unpublished material across a range of mediums including extensive interviews with art historians Lucy R. Lippard and Barbara Rose. Judd’s contributions in interviews, panels, and extemporaneous conversations are marked by his forthright manner and rigorous thinking, whether in dialogue with art critics, art historians, or his contemporaries. In one of the last interviews, he observed, “Generally expensive art is in expensive, chic circumstances; it’s a falsification. The society is basically not interested in art. And most people who are artists do that because they like the work; they like to do that [make art]. Art has an integrity of its own and a purpose of its own, and it’s not to serve the society. That’s been tried now, in the Soviet Union and lots of places, and it doesn’t work. The only role I can think of, in a very general way, for the artist is that they tend to shake up the society a little bit just by their existence, in which case it helps undermine the general political stagnation and, perhaps by providing a little freedom, supports science, which requires freedom. If the artist isn’t free, you won’t have any art.” Donald Judd Interviews is co-published by Judd Foundation and David Zwirner Books. The interviews expand upon the artist’s thinking present in Donald Judd Writings (Judd Foundation/David Zwirner Books, 2016).

Chinati

Author : Marianne Stockebrand,Donald Judd,Chinati Foundation
Publisher : Unknown
Page : 0 pages
File Size : 44,8 Mb
Release : 2020
Category : Art
ISBN : 0300251459

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Chinati by Marianne Stockebrand,Donald Judd,Chinati Foundation Pdf

A beautiful book on the famed Chinati Foundation in Marfa, Texas The Chinati Foundation, a world-famous destination for large-scale contemporary art, was founded by Donald Judd (1928-1994) to preserve and present a select number of permanent installations that were inextricably linked to the surrounding landscape in Marfa, Texas. This handsome publication, first published in 2010 and now available with a new chapter devoted to the permanent installation by Robert Irwin that was inaugurated in 2016 and a new foreword by Jenny Moore, director of the Chinati Foundation, describes how Judd developed his ideas of the role of art and museums from the early 1960s onward, culminating in the creation of Chinati. The individual installations featured here include work by John Chamberlain, Dan Flavin, David Rabinowitch, Roni Horn, Ilya Kabakov, Richard Long, Ingólfur Arnarsson, Carl Andre, Claes Oldenburg and Coosje Van Bruggen, and John Wesley, as well as by Judd himself. The book also features a complete catalogue of the collection and writings by Judd relating to Chinati and Marfa. Published in association with the Chinati Foundation/La Fundación Chinati

Donald Judd

Author : Urs Peter Flückiger
Publisher : Birkhäuser
Page : 0 pages
File Size : 52,7 Mb
Release : 2007-08-31
Category : Architecture
ISBN : 3764375264

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Donald Judd hat als einer der bedeutendsten Vertreter der amerikanischen Minimal Art auch einen nachhaltigen Einfluss auf die Architektur ausgeübt. Das vorliegende Buch ist das erste, das sich mit Judds gebautem Werk aus architektonischer Sicht auseinandersetzt. Mit Hilfe der einheitlich erstellten CAD-Zeichnungen sowie historischer und aktueller Fotografien werden Judds architektonische Eingriffe an den Gebäuden dokumentiert.

Donald Judd

Author : Donald Judd
Publisher : David Zwirner Books
Page : 260 pages
File Size : 51,8 Mb
Release : 2021-11-09
Category : Art
ISBN : 1644230577

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A sweeping selection of Donald Judd’s iconic and ambitious works alongside a diverse collection of newly commissioned writings One of the most significant American artists of the postwar period, Donald Judd rigorously experimented with color, form, material, and space. The works in this catalogue range from the artist’s expansive installations to self-contained single units, yielding valuable new insights into his process and approach. The survey includes one of the artist’s largest and most intricate installations of sixty-three wall-mounted plywood boxes, conceived in 1986. Other works include variations on some of Judd’s most recognizable forms, executed in materials such as Cor-ten steel, plexiglass, copper, plywood, brushed aluminum, and enameled aluminum. Brilliant and exacting reproductions bring these works to life on the page. Following the artist’s major retrospective at The Museum of Modern Art, New York, in 2020, this book serves as a companion volume. With contributions from a wide range of voices—art historians, critics, writers, and performers— this publication includes rich new writings on Judd’s oeuvre, art criticism, and enduring influence. Artworks: 1970–1994 is published on the occasion of the eponymous 2020 exhibition at David Zwirner, New York.

Donald Judd

Author : Donald Judd
Publisher : David Zwirner Books
Page : 144 pages
File Size : 43,8 Mb
Release : 2012-03-15
Category : Art
ISBN : 3869303905

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Donald Judd by Donald Judd Pdf

One of the most important American artists of the postwar period, Donald Judd has come to define Minimalist art—though he continued to strongly object to this categorization throughout his life. His unaffected, straightforward approach to his work and his strong interest in color, form, material, and space led him to create striking art objects with a direct physical “presence,” eschewing grand philosophical statements. Judd began his practice as a painter in the late 1940s; however, he soon introduced three-dimensional elements into the surface of his work. His first sculptural objects took the form of shallow reliefs, and by 1963 he had begun to create freestanding works that were presented directly on the floor and the wall. Throughout his practice, Judd used materials such as plywood, steel, concrete, Plexiglas, and aluminum and employed commercial fabricators in order to get the surfaces and angles he desired, creating declaratively simple, fundamental sculptural forms. This publication documents an exhibition held at David Zwirner in New York in 2011, which brought together twelve identically scaled aluminum works from the artist’s seminal 1989 solo presentation at the Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden. That exhibition marked the first time Judd used colored anodized aluminum in such a large, floor-mounted format —thus comprising one of his few explorations of color on a large scale and providing a focused investigation of one of the key concerns within his practice. Although he had previously examined the qualities of an open box form, the works created for Baden-Baden display a distinct systematic approach in determining the interior space of each box, which Judd divided vertically in different spatial configurations, sometimes introducing color through the use of anodized elements or sheets of Plexiglas in blue, black, or amber. The combinations of materials, dividers, and colors —which differ from box to box—thus determine the singular nature of each work within a finite number of variable possibilities, each of the boxes being an individual work that represents one possibility within the given parameters. Featuring new scholarship by art historian Richard Shiff, the book’s stunning visual elements are contextualized by such archival materials as Judd’s preparatory drawings, as well as an interview with the artist conducted in 1989 by Jochen Poetter.

Donald Judd

Author : Alex Gartenfeld,Flavin Judd,Kirsten Swenson,Alex Kitnick
Publisher : National Geographic Books
Page : 0 pages
File Size : 47,9 Mb
Release : 2019-06-04
Category : Art
ISBN : 9783791357546

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Donald Judd by Alex Gartenfeld,Flavin Judd,Kirsten Swenson,Alex Kitnick Pdf

This book presents an important, unpublished, and unseen body of work by Donald Judd, one of the most significant artists of the 20th-century. Donald Judd remains an important artist, whose radical ideas and work continue to provoke and influence the fields of art, architecture, and design. This book focuses on one of his first mature series of work, during an intense period when he was significantly moving away from accepted traditional styles through investigations of form and color. Featuring texts by renowned art historians and critics, Donald Judd: Paintings 1959-61 presents new scholarship on this canonical artist and demonstrates his ongoing influence. Published in association with Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami

Donald Judd

Author : David Raskin
Publisher : Unknown
Page : 0 pages
File Size : 46,5 Mb
Release : 2010
Category : Electronic
ISBN : 0300162766

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Raskin traces Judd's principles from his beginnings as an art critic through his installations and designs in Mara, Texas. He discusses Judd's important paintings and idiosyncratic red pieces, as well as the three-dimensional works that are celebrated worldwide. He also examines Judd's commitment to empirical values and his political activism, and concludes with by considering the importance of Judd's example for recent art. We are shown an artist with spare designs, who found spiritual values in plywood, Plexiglass, and industrial production, who did not distinguish between thinking and feeling, asserting that science marked the limits of knowledge, who argued his art provided intutions of morality and who worked for political causes that were neither left nor right.--Publisher.

Donald Judd

Author : Annie Ochmanek,Alex Kitnick
Publisher : October files
Page : 225 pages
File Size : 47,8 Mb
Release : 2021
Category : Electronic
ISBN : 9780262044509

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Donald Judd by Annie Ochmanek,Alex Kitnick Pdf

"Gathers the main monographic essays written on the work of one of the most influential American artists of the postwar era"--

Open Enclosed: Donald Judd

Author : Gillermo
Publisher : Actar D, Inc.
Page : 128 pages
File Size : 53,7 Mb
Release : 2016-10-01
Category : Architecture
ISBN : 9781940291956

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Open Enclosed: Donald Judd by Gillermo Pdf

Taking "Specific Objects," the seminal text written by Judd in the mid-sixties, as the central theme, the author analyzes the artist's main concepts and his whole career from a new perspective: "what one seeks is an object that speaks of the world in which it is moving or of the world from which it is moving away. One searches for a boundary work, a frontier, that says, simultaneously, where it is coming from and where it is going, a work in which interests overlap. A work that will function as a mark or a crossroads, locating this work is the first exercise.

Donald Judd, Prints and Works in Editions

Author : Donald Judd,Haags Gemeentemuseum
Publisher : Unknown
Page : 162 pages
File Size : 41,6 Mb
Release : 1993
Category : Art
ISBN : UOM:39015031725842

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Donald Judd, Prints and Works in Editions by Donald Judd,Haags Gemeentemuseum Pdf

Artwork by Donald Judd. Edited by Jarg Schellmann. Contributions by Rudi Fuchs, Mariette Jitta.

Complete Writings 1959-1975

Author : Donald Judd
Publisher : Unknown
Page : 229 pages
File Size : 43,7 Mb
Release : 1975
Category : Electronic
ISBN : 0888842775

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Donald Judd: Cor-ten

Author : Donald Judd
Publisher : David Zwirner Books
Page : 72 pages
File Size : 51,7 Mb
Release : 2016-06-28
Category : Art
ISBN : 1941701191

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Donald Judd: Cor-ten by Donald Judd Pdf

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. Wanting to create works that could assume a direct material and physical presence without recourse to grand philosophical statements, Judd eschewed classical ideals of representational sculpture and created works that relied on clear, definite objects. Donald Judd: Cor-ten represents the first-ever focused examination of Judd’s works in Cor-ten steel, which he began to produce in earnest in 1989 and would continue to elaborate on until his death in 1994. Cor-ten is an alloy that makes steel more resistant to corrosion, and eliminates the need for paint. With its distinctive red-brown patina, Cor-ten afforded Judd a new medium for exploring the relationship between surface and volume, as well as color and form. Prior to 1989, Judd executed a handful of works in Cor-ten primarily as outdoor commissions or site-specific works. This volume is produced on the occasion of the 2015 exhibition at David Zwirner, New York. Designed in close collaboration with Flavin Judd and Judd Foundation, Donald Judd: Cor-ten sheds new light on a body of work that represents the culmination of three decades of aesthetic output and underscores the mastery and control over material and space that characterizes Judd’s practice as a whole.

Judd

Author : Ann Temkin
Publisher : Unknown
Page : 304 pages
File Size : 53,9 Mb
Release : 2020-03-24
Category : Art
ISBN : 1633450325

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Judd by Ann Temkin Pdf

The first retrospective in 30 years on American maverick Donald Judd's minimalist sculpture, architecture and furniture Published to accompany the first US retrospective exhibition of Donald Judd's sculpture in more than 30 years, Juddexplores the work of a landmark artist who, over the course of his career, developed a material and formal vocabulary that transformed the field of modern sculpture. Donald Judd was among a generation of artists in the 1960s who sought to entirely do away with illusion, narrative and metaphorical content. He turned to three dimensions as well as industrial working methods and materials in order to investigate "real space," by his definition. Juddsurveys the evolution of the artist's work, beginning with his paintings, reliefs and handmade objects from the early 1960s; through the years in which he built an iconic vocabulary of works in three dimensions, including hollow boxes, stacks and progressions made with metals and plastics by commercial fabricators; and continuing through his extensive engagement with color during the last decade of his life. This richly illustrated catalog takes a close look at Judd's achievements, and, using newly available archival materials at the Judd Foundation and elsewhere, expands scholarly perspectives on his work. The essays address subjects such as his early beginnings in painting, the fabrication of his sculptures, his site-specific pieces and his work in design and architecture. Donald Judd(1928-94) began his professional career working as a painter while studying art history and writing art criticism. One of the foremost sculptors of our time, Judd refused this designation and other attempts to label his art: his revolutionary approach to form, materials, working methods and display went beyond the set of existing terms in midcentury New York. His work, in turn, changed the language of modern sculpture.