Front cover of the book Donald Judd Spaces with bellyband
Front cover of the book Donald Judd Spaces without bellyband
Interior spread of the book Donald Judd Spaces
Interior spread of the book Donald Judd Spaces
Interior spread of the book Donald Judd Spaces
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Donald Judd Spaces

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This book is the first visual survey of the Judd Foundation’s architectural spaces in New York and Texas. From the nineteenth-century cast-iron building at 101 Spring Street in Manhattan to Judd’s ranch in West Texas, Donald Judd Spaces documents the interiors, exteriors, and landscapes of the artist’s unique living and working sites.

Judd developed the concept of permanent installation in New York by juxtaposing artworks, furniture, and decorative objects with the historic building and his own architectural innovations, and expanded his concept of integrative living in Texas at the buildings in Marfa and ranch in the Chinati Mountains. Each of these spaces is presented as an individual chapter in the book, illustrated with building plans and accompanied by newly commissioned and previously unpublished archival photographs by more than thirty-five photographers, including the artist himself, selected by Rainer Judd and Flavin Judd. Donald Judd Spaces also includes five essays by Judd, which underscore the consistency of his attention to aesthetics, design, and functionality.

Publisher: Judd Foundation and DelMonico Books/Prestel

Publication date: 2020

Contributor: Donald Judd
Designer: Flavin Judd; Rainer Judd; Michael Dyer, Remake

Format: Cloth hardcover with bellyband

Dimensions: 9 1/2 × 13 5/8 inches (24.1 × 34.6 cm)

Pages: 416

Language: English

ISBN: 978-3-7913-5954-0


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