Donald Judd (born Missouri 1928, died New York 1994) was an American artist and art critic commonly associated with Minimalism. His work as painter, sculptor, writer and furniture designer helped to revolutionise art making in the latter half of the twentieth century and his artistic legacy continues to be widely felt. The Chinati Foundation, based in Marfa, Texas, has extensive holdings of Judd's work on display, as well as hosting exhibitions by other artists.
Selected Solo Exhibitions
LACMA, County Museum of Art, Los Angeles: 'Donald Judd'
Ikon Gallery, Birmingham: 'Donald Judd: A Good Chair is a Good Chair'
(travelled to Pinakothek de Moderne, Munich)
Tate Modern, London: 'Donald Judd'
(travelled to Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen, Dusseldorf and Kunstmuseum, Basel)
Walker Art Centre, Minneapolis: 'The Essential Donald Judd'
Sprengel Museum, Hannover: 'Donald Judd Colorist'
(travelled to Kunsthaus Bregenz, Switzerland and Musee d'Art Moderne et d'Art Contemporian de la Ville, Nice)
The Chinati Foundation, Marfa: 'Wall Piece by Donal Judd'
The Pace Gallery, New York: 'Donald Judd: New Sculpture'
Stadtisches Museum, Abteiberg Monchengladbach: 'Donald Judd'
Musee d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, Paris: ‘Sculptures: 1965 -1987’
(travelled to Fundacio Joan Miro, Bareclona, 1988)
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York: 'Donald Judd'
Stedelijk Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven: 'Donald Judd: Sculptures 1965-1987’
Dietmar Elger eds., Donald Judd: Colourist, exh. cat., Sprengel Museum, Hanover 2000.
D. Raskin, Donald Judd, Yale University Press, New Haven 2010.
R. Fuchs, N. Serota and D. Batchelor ed., Donald Judd, Tate Publishing, London 2004.
Thomas Kellein, Donald Judd, Early Works 1955–1968, Distributed Art Publishing, Frankfurt 2002.
Mariette Jitta, On Series - Donald Judd, A Catalogue Raisonne, Schellmann, Munich 1996.
Barbara Haskell, Donald Judd, exh. cat., The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York 1988.
Brydon Smith eds., Donald Judd: A Catalogue of the Exhibition at the National Gallery of Canada. Catalogue Raisonne of Painting, Objects and Woodblocks 1960 – 1974, exh. cat., National Gallery of Canada, Ottowa 1975.
Israel Museum, Jerusalem
Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago
Museum of Modern Art, New York
Museum of Applied Arts, Vienna.
Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art, Iran.
Tate Modern, London.
Tate Britain, London.
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco.
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York.