April 5–June 24, 2018
Donald Judd: Paintings was an unprecedented presentation of fourteen works created between 1959 and 1961—a crucial period in the artist’s development during which Judd experimented with forms and motifs that later evolved into the three-dimensional works for which he is best known.
Curated by Flavin Judd, curator and co-president of Judd Foundation, ICA Miami director Ellen Salpeter, and ICA Miami deputy director and chief curator Alex Gartenfeld, the exhibition offered new insight into the artist’s work through his painterly investigations into surface, structure, space, color, and pattern. Also on view is a floor work from 1964.
"Many of these pieces have not been seen by the public ever, and what an opportunity for us," Salpeter told the Miami New Times.
The exhibition was accompanied by a catalogue featuring new writing about the artist’s work.
Saturday, April 7, 2 PM
Flavin Judd, Ellen Salpeter, and Alex Gartenfeld were in discussion about the work of Donald Judd and the ideas behind this unprecedented exhibition.
ICA Miami’s new 37,500-square-foot location in the city’s Design District opened in December 2017.
November 14, 2017–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 focused on both built and unrealized architectural projects by the artist. The exhibition featured five built projects and proposals dating from 1984–1994 in a display which included new representations of the projects through both drawing and models, and photographs of archival material.
Judd Foundation is pleased to announce a call for works to initiate a public research phase of the Donald Judd Catalogue Raisonné project focused on the documentation of artworks—paintings, objects, and wood-blocks—by Donald Judd.
The call for works aims to supplement current data and will inform a following publication phase. Building upon archival research by Judd Foundation and scholars, it seeks to engage collectors, galleries, and institutions in the research of Donald Judd artworks. The Donald Judd Catalogue Raisonné project will culminate in the publication of an updated and expanded catalogue raisonné that will provide a comprehensive source for Judd scholarship.
Judd Foundation invites owners of Donald Judd artworks to submit relevant information and photographic documentation. Submitted materials will become part of the Judd Foundation Archives with all private collector information treated confidentially. Details and forms are available at juddfoundation.org/catalogue-raisonne
Catalogue Raisonné Contact
Ellie Meyer, Catalogue Raisonné Research Manager
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P.O. Box 218
Marfa, Texas 79843
Judd Foundation participated in Frieze New York for the first time with an installation of furniture and writings by Donald Judd.
Curated by Flavin Judd, the presentation featured original preparatory drawings from the Judd Foundation Archives in Marfa, Texas along with select Donald Judd Furniture and Judd Foundation publications.
Photo by Flavin Judd © Judd Foundation
July 14–November 4, 2018
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) presents Donald Judd: Specific Furniture. Referencing Judd’s notion of "specific objects," this exhibition explores his furniture practice in its own right. "Judd’s rigorous research and exploration of form and scale in his artworks extended into his interests in design and architecture. Truly a spatial practice, Judd’s holistic approach to the objects that he created and surrounded himself with is evident in his refined, if not nuanced, works," said Joseph Becker, associate curator of architecture and design at SFMOMA. The show will include thirty furniture designs by Judd as well as twenty five drawings, selected furniture the artist collected, and designs fabricated by Donald Judd Furniture that visitors can touch and use.
April 27–July 28, 2018
In 1991, Donald Judd made twelve extruded aluminum works in twelve colors, each an edition of twelve and each measuring 15 x 105 x 15 centimeters. Rarely seen together, a full set of these works will be on view in this solo exhibition curated by Flavin Judd, curator and co-president of Judd Foundation, in a configuration conceived by the artist but never previously realized: installed on both the floor and the walls at 101 Spring Street. Formerly Judd’s residence and studio, where the artist developed the concept of the permanent installation of his work, 101 Spring Street is now the location of Judd Foundation in SoHo, New York. 15 x 105 x 15 will be accompanied by a series of free public talks at Spring Street exploring Judd’s paintings and print editions, process, and color.
Resolutely without reference to history or narrative, the extrusion works reflect Judd’s interest in defining space, in symmetry, and in self-contained objects. As Flavin Judd explains, “While not large, the extruded works contain defined space in the subdivision of the horizontal center and the flanges. Don’s method, a manipulation of space and color, can be seen in these simple works just as well as it can be seen in his larger roomsized works. The extruded works are not minimal, they have everything Don wanted works to have.”
Judd discusses his interest in symmetry as well as other core tenets of his work in Donald Judd Writings. Published by David Zwirner Books and Judd Foundation in 2016, this is the most comprehensive collection to date of the artist’s essays, notes, and letters.
Image: Donald Judd, untitled, 1991. © Judd Foundation. Donald Judd Art © Judd Foundation/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.