A still from the 1972 film, The Artist's Studio: Donald Judd, directed by Michael Blackwood.
A still from the 1972 film, The Artist's Studio: Donald Judd, directed by Michael Blackwood.
A still from the 1972 film, The Artist's Studio: Donald Judd, directed by Michael Blackwood.
The Artist's Studio: Donald Judd
Metrograph, New York
October 18, 2019

To celebrate the new publication Donald Judd Interviews—featuring sixty interviews conducted with the artist in conversation with artists, critics, curators, and other contemporaries over the course of four decades—Metrograph, Judd Foundation, and David Zwirner Books present a screening of Michael Blackwood’s documentary film, The Artist's Studio: Donald Judd.

Friday, October 18, 5:45 PM
Metrograph, New York 

In addition to intimate footage of the artist from the early 1970s, the film documents a significant long-form interview with art historian Barbara Rose, which has been included in the newly published Interviews compendium. This evening’s program will also premier archival Video8 footage of the last interview included in the publication, a personal conversation between the artist, his daughter, Rainer Judd, and her friend, filmmaker Joshua Homnick, in Marfa. A conversation with Michael Blackwood, Flavin Judd and Caitlin Murray—co-editors of Donald Judd Interviews—will follow the screening.

Image: The Artist’s Studio: Donald Judd, 1972 (detail of still)