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
email@example.com Tel +1 432 729 4406 ext.102
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
Printed by A. Yarme, J. Miller, M. Sanchez: Derrière l'Etoile Studios, New York
Printed by Tadashi, Toda, Kyoto, Japan. Published by Creative Works, Editions, Kyoto, Japan
Printed by Roy C. Judd. Published by Edition der Galerie Heiner Friedrich, Munich
Text by Richard Shiff. Interview with the artist by Jochen Poetter
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.