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Donald Judd was an American artist known for his minimalist sculpture. Early in the 1960s reacting to what he called the ” illusion ” in abstract painting Donald Judd began to create art that used ” real materials existing in real space “. He did not attempt to deliver his own political or social messages, but insisted his goal was to focus on the space occupied and created by his objects – their purity of form. This style of art was called minimalism, and Judd was one of it’s greatest proponents. He became well known for sleek, boxlike constructions made of industrial materials such as plywood, sheet metal, and plexiglass that were painted using commercial techniques. Stacked, aligned, cantilevered, or centered, their strict geometric arrangements eliminated the idea of composition and achieved a singular focus on the object itself. Although his art is resolutely three-dimensional, Judd refused to call them sculpture, a term he associated with the hand-crafted art of an earlier era. Instead, he referred to them as “specific objects“–a phrase meant to suggest their neutral and unique nature.

Description: Hard bound  with dust jacket. Salmon paper-covered boards with black titles. Text in German & English. 159 pages. Profusely illustrated in color. Minor damp staining to lower page edges, otherwise very good. Published on the occasion of the touring exhibition, and  in association with Stankowski Foundation which attempted to cover the full spectrum of Judd’s work, and the relationship of fine and applied art in both art and architecture. Beautifully photographed by Todd Eberle. Biographical Notes, Lists of Solo and Group Exhibitions, Writings and more.

Bookseller Inventory # 30057


Donald Judd: Spaces
Judd, Donald

Publisher: Cantz
Publication Date: 1983
Binding: Hard Bound
Book Condition: Near Fine
Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine

“I wanted to create reality
not a picture of it”
– Donald Judd

Description: Stiff wraps with brown paper dust jacket. 1/2750 printed copies. 134 pages. About 100 Pieces illustrated in full color. text in English, German & Dutch. A rare exhibition catalogue.

Bookseller Inventory # 19122



Donald Judd Furniture: Retrospective
Judd, Donald

ISBN: 9069181398
Publisher: Museum Boymans-Van Beuningen, Rotterdam
Publication Date: 1994
Binding: Paperback
Book Condition: Near Fine
Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine


Any combining, mixing, adding, diluting, exploiting, vulgarizing, or popularizing of abstract art deprives art of its essence and depraves the artist’s artistic consciousness.
Art is free, but it is not a free-for-all.”
-Donald Judd

Description: Paperback exhibition catalogue published on the occasion of the Sept. 16, 1994 exhibition. 31 pages. A nice copy, bright and clean.

Bookseller Inventory # 18465



Donald Judd: Sculpture
Agee, William C.

ISBN: 1878283464
Publisher: Pace Wildenstein, New York
Publication Date: 1994
Binding: Paperback
Book Condition: Very Good

American sculptor and art writer Donald Judd (1928-1994) was best known as a major practitioner of and spokesman for Minimalism in the 1960s. His works, or “specific objects,” display an overall sense of wholeness and clarity and reiterate the belief that art and idea are inseparable.

Description: Paperback exhibition catalogue of the exhibition at The Pace Gallery, September – October 1991. Essay by Yve-Alain Bois. 11 Color Photographs and 5 b/w Illustrations. A nice copy, bright and clean. Bookseller

Bookseller Inventory # 18464



Donald Judd: New Sculpture
Bois, Yve – Alain

Publisher: The Pace Gallery, New York
Publication Date: 1991
Binding: Paperback
Book Condition: Very Good

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