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Donald Judd

United States (1928 -  1994 ) Wikipedia® : Donald Judd
JUDD Donald  Untitled

Phillips, De Pury & Luxembourg /Oct 17, 2017
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Donald Judd - Untitled

Donald Judd - Untitled

Original 1971
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Lot number: 514
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UNTITLED Donald Judd 1928 - 1994 galvanized iron 4 by 26 1/2 by 23 in. 10.2 by 67.3 by 58.4 cm. Executed in 1971, this work is from an edition of 3, plus 2 artist's proofs. Provenance Galerie Heiner Friedrich, Cologne Private Collection (acquired from the above) Sotheby's, London, 26 October 2000, Lot 80 Acquired from the above sale by the present owner Exhibited Cologne, Galerie Heiner Friedrich; Zurich, Galerie Annemarie Verna, Donald Judd, 18 Skulpturen aus Galvanisiertem Eisenblech, 1972-73, no. 1, illustrated Literature Brydon Smith, Donald Judd: Catalogue Raisonné of Paintings, Objects and Wood-Blocks, 1960-1974, Ottawa 1975, p. 232, no. 248, illustrated
Donald Judd - Untitled

Donald Judd - Untitled

Original 1981
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Lot number: 32
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Untitled. stamped with the artist's name, date, number and fabricator "JO JUDD 81-4 Bernstein Bros., Inc." on the reverse. copper and blue acrylic sheets. 19 3/4 x 39 1/2 x 19 3/4 in. (50 x 100 x 50 cm.). Executed in 1981. Provenance: Larry Gagosian Gallery, New York. Sotheby's, New York, May 1, 1991, lot 140. Private Collection. Margo Leavin Gallery, Los Angeles. Sprüth Magers, London . Private Collection, Europe. Phillips, New York, November 13, 2014, lot 19 . Acquired at the above sale by the present owner. Exhibited: New York, Leo Castelli Gallery, Donald Judd, September 15 – October 31, 1981. Literature: Peter Schjeldahl, Art of Our Time: Vol. 1, London, 1984, pl. 31, p. 6 (illustrated, p. 59). Catalogue Essay: A remarkable example of Judd\’s iconic wall-mounted \“meter boxes\”, Untitled draws the viewer in with an optically enticing, depth-defying spatial field that projects into space. Precisely constructed from sheets of copper, the rectangular box encases a royal blue acrylic sheet that is bisected by an interior oblique plane – giving rise to a rich sensory experience as the blue color reflects and bounces off the metallic surface. Representing the coalescence of the three central constitutive elements of Judd\’s celebrated oeuvre – color, material and space – Untitled is an outstanding embodiment of Judd\’s mature practice. Executed in 1981, Untitled is one of the first examples in which Judd integrated angular interior planes and colored acrylic sheets into his wall-mounted boxes – a formal investigation that would culminate the same year in a series of multi-part brushed aluminum and acrylic \“meter boxes\”, an example of which resides in the in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Within this iconic and highly sought after series, Untitled notably belongs to the discrete group of works Judd had fabricated in copper, a material that he only rarely incorporated in his oeuvre. Resembling neither painting nor traditional relief sculpture, Untitled perfectly encapsulates Judd\’s over three-decade long redefinition of the relationship between art object, viewer and surrounding space. Rejecting the illusionism of painting and seeking an aesthetic free from metaphorical associations, Judd came to critical acclaim in the 1960\’s with his simple, yet revolutionary, three-dimensional floor and wall objects made from new industrial materials, such as anodized aluminum, plywood and Plexiglas. From the outset Judd delegated the fabrication of his works to specialized technicians, in particular working closely with the New York fabricator Bernstein Brothers. Untitled was the fourth object Judd made with the Bernstein Brothers in 1981. This discrete group of works represents the culmination of some of the most central formal themes that Judd had honed in the preceding two decades. Both the structure of the wall-mounted box and the inclusion of colored acrylic sheets are elements that originate from Judd\’s basic vocabulary of forms he had developed in the mid-1960s, the combination of which he pursued with a series of self-framing, open horizontal wall boxes lined at the back with Plexiglas starting in 1974. The oblique interior planes similarly present a continuation of Judd\’s experimentation with interior angular planes that he had initiated with a series of plywood and galvanized steel objects in 1974. It is, above all, the fusion of all these key innovations into a singular object that makes Untitled and its related works so distinct. Untitled perfectly exemplifies Judd\’s interest in experimenting with different colors, materials and forms to generate all-encompassing space. Judd explained as early as 1971 that, \“the box with the Plexiglas inside is an attempt to make a definite second surface…While the outside is definite and rigorous, the inside is indefinite...I like to try other things to see what happens to the shape and surface. Also, I like to try different colors on the same form by using different materials\” (Donald Judd, quoted in John Caplans, \“An Interview with Don Judd\”, Artforum, no. 9, June 1971, p. 44.). Exemplifying Judd\’s unshakeable belief in the importance of color, the deep blue that emanates from Untitled speaks to Judd\’s detailed study of color in the works of such artistic forebears as Rogier van der Weyden, Titian, Henri Matisse, Josef Albers, Mark Rothko. Up until 1984, Judd embraced a deliberately limited palette of red, blue and black in his pursuit to assimilate color, in the form of the acrylic sheet, as an inherent rather than superficial quality: \“Color is like material. It is one way or another, but it obdurately exists. Its existence as it is is the main fact and not what it might mean\” (Donald Judd, \“Some Aspects of Color in General and Red and Black in Particular\”, 1993, in Donald Judd Colorist, exh. cat., Sprengel Museum, Hannover, 2000, p. 114) Judd\’s selection of copper, as opposed to the typical aluminum, here heightens the interplay between color, material and space – its warm surface dissolves the sharp edges of the object\’s geometric forms while simultaneously softening the reflective effects of the blue acrylic sheet. As in the seminal Untitled, 1972, which is the permanent collection of the Tate, London, and its companion piece from 1974 – two identically proportioned floor-based, open-topped copper boxes enameled respectively on the inside base with red and blue paint – the interaction between the copper surface and blue hue results in a spatial dispersion of color and light that expands beyond the boundaries of the object. In works such as the present one, the oblique plane above all serves to open up color into space. Epitomizing Judd\’s dictum that \“actual space is intrinsically more powerful and specific than paint on a flat surface,\” Untitled elegantly articulates the artist\’s unparalleled ability to engage the viewer in a sensorial experience in real time and space (Donald Judd, \“Specific Objects,\” 1964, in Arts Yearbook 8, 1965, p. 94).
Donald Judd - Untitled: Five Prints

Donald Judd - Untitled: Five Prints

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Donald Judd UNTITLED: FIVE PRINTS(SCHELLMANN 38, 41, 42, 61 & 62) 1928 - 1994 Five woodcuts printed in cadmium red, 1961-9, four signed in pencil and numbered 1/10 on the verso, from the Untitled series of 26 prints, on thick wove paper, cut to the same format as the print, printed by Roy C. Judd, published by the artist, framed (5 prints) image: 530 by 425 mm 20 7/8 by 16 3/4 in sheet: 545 by 435 mm 21 1/2 by 17 1/8 in Read Condition Report Register or Log-in to view condition report Or Catalogue Note First conceived in 1961, this series represents a decade-long collaboration between the artist and his father, Roy, who carved the blocks and acted as the primary printer.Schellmann notes that Judd did not envision a specific grouping or arrangement of the prints within this series, butrather thought of each print as an individual work of art.
Donald Judd -  Untitled

Donald Judd - Untitled

Original 1980
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Lot number: 50
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Donald Judd (1928 - 1994) Untitled, 1980 Dimensions: all I. 24 1/2 x 29 1/2 in. (62.2 x 74.9 cm) all S. 29 3/8 x 34 3/8 in. (74.6 x 87.3 cm) Medium: The complete set of six aquatints, on wove paper, with full margins. Literature: Jörg Schellmann 118-123 Notes: All signed, three numbered 44/150 and three numbered 106/150 in pencil (there were also 20 artist's proofs), published by the artist, all framed.
Donald Judd - Untitled

Donald Judd - Untitled

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Lot number: 1197
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Description: DONALD JUDD (1928-1994) Untitled. Aquatint. Signed and numbered in pencil. Small stain in the print. With dry stamp 'Styria Studio' and marked on the reverse 'Printed at Styria Studio Inc'. Full margins. 900 x 590 mm Lit.: Schellmann nr. DONALD JUDD (1928-1994) * Zonder titel (1974). Aquatint. Getekend in potlood 'Judd' en genummerd 55/70. Klein vlekje in de prent. Met droogstempel 'Styria Studio'. Achteraan met stempel 'Printed at Styria Studio Inc'. Volledige marges. 900 x 590 mm Lit.: Schellmann nr.
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