Donald Judd (American, 1928 - 1994)

Donald Judd

American | 1928 - 1994

Donald Judd was an American Postwar & Contemporary sculptor who was born in 1928. His work is currently being shown at multiple venues like Staatsgalerie Stuttgart. Numerous key galleries and museums such as Uffizi Galleries, The Uffizi have featured Donald Judd's work in the past.Donald Judd's work has been offered at auction multiple times, with realized prices ranging from 2 USD to 14,165,000 USD, depending on the size and medium of the artwork. Since 1998 the record price for this artist at auction is 14,165,000 USD for Untitled (DSS 42), sold at Christie's New York in 2013. Donald Judd has been featured in articles for Hyperallergic, The Art Newspaper and ArtDaily. The most recent article is 5 Standout Booths at Art Basel Hong Kong written for Galerie Magazine in March 2024. The artist died in 1994.

Artist's alternative names: Donald Clarence Judd

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Current Exhibitions

Stuttgart sichten

Staatsgalerie Stuttgart
Stuttgart | Germany
Apr 05,2024 - Jun 16,2024

Past Exhibitions


5 Standout Booths at Art Basel Hong Kong
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Blum Gallery Looks Back on Three Decades of Bringing Japanese Contemporary Art to the US


..Judd is known for his geometric explorations of volume, space, and color...

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Mnuchin Gallery

..Though best known for his three-dimensional works such as Stacks, Progressions and Swiss boxes, Judd (b.1928—1994) was also a classically trained draftsman...

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Mignoni Gallery

..Throughout his career, Judd endeavored to produce objects that were entirely self-referential, writing in 1968, “A shape, a volume, a color, a surface is something itself...

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David Zwirner, New York (20th Street)

..While Judd’s acclaim rests on his complex articulation of space, color also played an important role in his work...

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Pulitzer Arts Foundation

..While known for her support of the prime artistic protagonists of pop art, minimalism, arte povera, post-minimalism and conceptual art, Sonnabend’s engagement continued up to her death in 2007...

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Serralves Museum of Contemporary Art

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