The exhibition "Donald Judd and 101 Spring Street" — which recently opened in Chelsea — juxtaposes photographs of Donald Judd's SoHo loft alongside works by artists collected by Judd and displayed in the loft. Donald Judd applied consistent aesthetic qualities to all his homes, including his foundations and residence in Marfa, Texas, where we visited last summer.
Shown are photographs of the Chinati Foundation in Marfa, Texas, which is open to the public. Judd designed the doors, table and chairs (both inside and outside), daybed, and shelving. The Nicholas Robinson Gallery timed the exhibition "Donald Judd and 101 Spring Street" with the renovation of the loft.
Images: Rachael Grad
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• Donald Judd and 101 Spring Street exhibition at Nicholas Robinson Gallery in New York city
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• Escape to Marfa, Texas
• Tour Donald Judd's SoHo Home + Studio
• The Proto-Loft, Reborn from The New York Times