Donald Judd

Untitled (floor box) . 1968

Donald Judd . Untitled (floor box) . 1968 (1)

+ Paula Cooper Gallery

Judd’s deliberate installations, and the sculptures that he created, indicate that he considered space itself to be a material just as essential as the industrial surfaces out of which his objects were constructed. Architecture and design also greatly interested him, and his activities extended to preserving and repurposing existing buildings, and to furniture design and printmaking. Throughout his life, Judd continued to publish articles advocating the value of critical thought and the importance of artists to society.


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