Donald Judd’s work measured in time and place
Three publications explore the artist’s life through his writings, interviews and places of work
Will Covid-19 anxiety colour our perceptions of MoMA’s Donald Judd show?
The artist’s requirement that his works be viewed through a relaxed prism may be too much for a post-pandemic world
'Strikingly experimental': major Donald Judd survey to open this week in New York
The exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art, including 70 works made between 1960 and 1992, will trace the artist's development by focusing on key turning points in his career
NewsMuseums & Heritage
Conceptual and Minimalist trove raises bedeviling questions for the Guggenheim
Grappling with questions of authenticity, museum 'decommissions' some works from the Panza Collection
Settling into Donald Judd’s demanding furniture
A show at SFMoMA reminds a critic of his past experience with Judd and his creations
BlogIn the frame
Is Donald Trump lurking in your art collection?
Hesse stands in for postponed Judd exhibition at Tate
The show will open at Tate Modern later this month
Art world news: Gagosian’s smooth dealings, Norton's $6 tantrum, and the new Roman takeover
Meanwhile, Ricard tries his hand at larceny while Blum's Judd masterpiece makes bank
What's on in LA: Playing it safe with Schwitters, Duchamp, Warhol and Judd
Does LA have an artistic personality?
Minimalist masterpieces on show in Sydney
The Drill Hall Gallery is showing works by Mark Rothko and Frank Stella, among others