The Museum of Modern Art’s newest exhibition, Judd, is the first major US retrospective dedicated to Donald Judd in over three decades. As an artist who revolutionized the history of sculpture, Judd’s remarkable vision will be highlighted by the full scope of his career through 60 works in sculpture, painting, and drawing, from public and private collections in the US and abroad.
Though the forms of Judd’s sculptures are straightforward—smooth shapes made of materials like wood, copper, and steel—they were infused with theoretical concepts and ideas. The MoMA retrospective is meant to counteract one-note conceptions and open the minds of its visitors.
Judd is on view to the public at The MoMa through July 11th at The Steven and Alexandra Cohen Center for Special Exhibitions in The David and Peggy Rockefeller Building. Tickets and more information can be found HERE.