After a major restoration effort, Donald Judd’s residence and studio at 101 Spring street is now open to the public. This space not only offers a glimpse into the time that Judd spend there, but also demonstrates his artistic concept of “permanent installations,” where the artwork and its placement are integrally tied to one another. This rare opportunities to see how an artist’s life and work merged with one another will surely provide us all with new insights on his practice!

For more information and to arrange a visit, check out the Judd Foundation website.

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    Ecstatic that this is now open to the public. Looking forward to seeing the space and the works housed there, compared...
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