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Podcast: Amie Siegel on Donald Judd

Estudio de Donald Judd en Marfa, Texas. Fotografía: Martien Mulder para la revista WSJ. Obra en la pared: Sin título, 1984, Aluminio; Donald Judd Art © 2017 © Judd Foundation / Artists Rights Society (ARS), Nueva York.
Donald Judd Studio at Marfa, Texas. Photo by Martien Mulder for WSJ magazine. Artwork: Untitled, 1984; Donald Judd Art © 2017 © Judd Foundation / Artists Rights Society (ARS), Nueva York.

On Artists Lecture Series, established in 2001, artists are invited to give informal lectures, talks, or other presentations focused on a single artist represented in Dia’s permanent collection, exhibitions or programming. Developed in the spirit of Dia’s mission, the series is motivated both by an in-depth focus on individual artists and a drive to facilitate new ideas and discourse across disciplines and generations. On this audio you can hear the lecture that begins in a basement real and fictional, with a chair and its function, however perverted, in the context of art by Donald Judd. Comparing the five floors of his studio and residence at 101 Spring Street in SoHo to a massive vitrine, Amie Siegel assembles an anthropological portrait of Judd through the objects with which he populated his vast ecosystem.

Donald Judd, Untitled (85-5 LEHNI AG), 1985
30 x 90 x 30 cm
 | 11 ¾ x 35 ¾ x 11 ¾ in
Painted aluminium

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