Donald Judd, 2004, D.A.P./Tate Near Fine

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Donald Judd ISBN: 1891024892 Author: Batchelor, David; Jervis, John; Raskin, David; Serota, Nicholas; Shiff, Richard; Judd, Donald Publisher: D.A.P./Tate Release Date: 2004-03-02 Seller Category: ART MONOGRAPHS Qty Available: 1 Condition: Used: Excellent Sku: 00723 Notes: Near Fine tall 4to, 11" x 9," saffron cloth over boards, red lettering to spine, Fully illustrated in full-color & back-and-white. Interior clean, tightly bound, sharp tips. Dust Jacket exhibiting on the most minor wear, mylar protected. Edited by Nicholas Serota, with written contributions by Rudi Fuchs, Richard Shiff, David Batchelor, David Raskin, Nicholas Serota Donald Judd, Marianne Stockebrand, and Jeffery Kopie. Judd (1928-1994) was one of the most impactful American artists of the post-war period, at the forefront of the minimalist movement. His sculpture and installation work was characterized by simplicity, calling acute attention to the surfaces and lines, later moving into industrial into materials like galvanized iron, steel, Plexiglas, and plywood. This volume explores 41 works from various collections, and accompanying catalog information. An excellent copy of an especially strong representation of Judd's creative accomplishments 288 pp.Heavy and oversized items may require additional shipping.