Donald Judd Interviews

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Judd Foundation/David Zwirner Books
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4.3 X 7.2 X 1.9 inches | 1.7 pounds

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About the Author

Flavin Judd is artistic director of Judd Foundation. He has designed architectural spaces and has written for exhibition catalogues and other publications. He is codesigner and coeditor of Donald Judd Writings (2016), Donald Judd Interviews (2019), and Donald Judd Spaces (2020).


"This is a beautiful brick of a book. It's got 88 color illustrations of Judd and Judd works - but honestly it's perfect for being stuck at home and away from the real thing... painting a loose-limbed and irascible picture of the artist known for his gleaming perfectionism."--Ben Davis "Artnet News"
"Punchy, serious, comical, outlandish, Judd talks with drive and steely forthrightness about art, society, bad behavior... and a great deal more in this pleasingly unpredictable, 1000-page gathering of unbridled views."--Michael Glover "Hyperallergic"
"[Donald Judd Interviews] is a must-have for anyone who self-identifies as an artist."--Lee Cutlip "Inside Hook"
"Crisp, clean, cool, no-frills, matter-of-fact... the same forthrightness characterizes two anthologies recently co-published by the Judd Foundation and David Zwirner Books."--Elizabeth Buhe "The Brooklyn Rail"
"To read the new book Donald Judd Interviews is to encounter one of art history's greatest contrarians."--Alina Cohen "Artsy"
"In some ways, Judd was more prolific as a writer than as an artist."--Annie Armstrong "ARTnews"
"Judd's value to critics is in the economy of his style. He's elegant, and pleasurable, if slightly risky to read; tranches of Judd may cause the mental equivalent of shortness of breath. Redundant syllables don't exist."--Cal Revely-Calder "Frieze"
"The interviews, dated between 1964 and 1993, record a spectrum of the artist's attitudes, moods, recognition and facility at communicating his thinking."--Kenneth Baker "The Art Newspaper"
"Judd's contributions in interviews, panels, and extemporaneous conversations are marked by his forthright manner and rigorous thinking, whether in dialogue with art critics, art historians, or his contemporaries."-- "Show on Show"