Obdurate Space: Architecture of Donald Judd
Center for Architecture, New York
Through March 5, 2018

Curated by Claude Armstrong and Donna Cohen, both of whom worked as assistants to Donald Judd, Obdurate Space: Architecture of Donald Judd focuses on both built and unrealized architectural projects by the artist. The exhibition will feature five built projects and proposals dating from 1984 – 1994 in a display which includes new representations of the projects through both drawing and models, and photographs of archival material.

Image: Paul Armstrong, interior view of nine-meter Concrete Building. The Concrete Buildings, designed by Donald Judd, are located in Marfa, Texas.