STUDIO FIELD TRIP > Judd Home and Studio > SoHo

Nov 20,2013

The former home-studio of renowned minimalist Donald Judd – in development  for nearly twelve years before opening to the public for the first time in the Fall of 2013 – allowed the JM & P staff to experience the urban application of Judd’s design ideas closely, in the most private of settings. The five floor building, which was restored under the acute supervision of the Judd Foundation – thanks to private support and grants from the National Trust for Historic Preservation and the U.S. National Park Service, included pieces by artists such as Dan Flavin, Marcel Duchamp and Ad Reinhardt, and was curated in line with Judd’s vision for a “permanent installation” in the corner of Spring and Broadway.

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