Judd provides in-depth research into the revolutionary nature of artist, sculptor and industrial designer, Donald Judd. Delving into the specifics of his industrial materials, fabrication processes, exhibition histories, and activities related to design and architecture.

Review by Louis Soulard for Domus:

“Concise and focused, MoMA’s Judd decidedly places sculpture at the center of his practice, which is too often reduced to minimalism—a term that, much like sculpture, he resisted. From early paintings executed in the early 1960s to the untitled metallic sculptures for which he is most often associated, the exhibition emphasizes the artist’s predilection for experimentation, highlighting the various ways through which he used form, materials, and surrounding environments to reshape traditional artistic practices.”


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