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Donald Judd, 1928-1994, was an American minimalist sculpture, although he didn’t like the term “minimalist,” preferring to refer to his work as “the simple expression of complex thought.” Judd sought autonomy and clarity for the constructed object and the space created by it. He used humble construction materials, such as metal, plywood, concrete and plexiglass - by using these materials, he was rejecting the tradition of artistic expression and craftsmanship. By encouraging concentration on the volume and presence of the structure and the space around it, Judd’s work draws attention to the relationship between object, viewer and environment.
Click through on the image for a link to the Tate Modern’s Donald Judd page.

Donald Judd, 1928-1994, was an American minimalist sculpture, although he didn’t like the term “minimalist,” preferring to refer to his work as “the simple expression of complex thought.” Judd sought autonomy and clarity for the constructed object and the space created by it. He used humble construction materials, such as metal, plywood, concrete and plexiglass - by using these materials, he was rejecting the tradition of artistic expression and craftsmanship. By encouraging concentration on the volume and presence of the structure and the space around it, Judd’s work draws attention to the relationship between object, viewer and environment.

Click through on the image for a link to the Tate Modern’s Donald Judd page.

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