Project Space: Donald JuddExhibition

Project Space: Donald Judd

When Donald Judd very reluctantly abandoned painting in 1961-62 in favor of working in three dimensions, it was because he had finally concluded that a philosophically tenable painting was not possible – philosophically in the empirical-perceptual sense of being entirely available visually, and tenable in the sense of being free of abstraction or any other kind of representation. He called these 'illusionism' because they are all, in the strictest sense, contrary-to-fact, and therefore anti-visual.

Curated by Peter Ballantine

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Selected Works

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  • Untitled (88-28 A/B Menziken)
    1988
    brushed aluminum with blue plexiglas
    2 units, each Unit: 19 5/8 x 39 3/8 x 19 5/8 inches
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  • Untitled (DSS 89)
    1966
    stainless steel and amber plexiglas
    6 x 27 x 24 inches

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  • Detail Untitled (DSS 179)
    1969
    clear anodized aluminum and violet plexiglas
    33 x 68 x 48 inches
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  • Untitled (87-34 Bernstein)
    1987
    ten copper and clear plexiglas units
    10 units, each unite: 9 x 40 x 31 inches
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  • Untitled (81-87 Bernstein)
    1981
    copper, blue plexiglas
    19 5/8 x 39 3/8 x 19 5/8 inches
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  • Untitled (79-40 Bernstein)
    1979
    galvanized iron and red plexiglas
    10 units, each unit: 9 x 40 x 31 inches

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Selected Press