London, Simon Lee Gallery

This solo show of the late American artist Donald Judd paints the progression of his work mainly in terms of the evolution of manufacturing processes used in his three-dimensional, wall-mounted works. From galvanized iron painted with lacquer, to highly polished brass, or anodized aluminum, Judd maintains a consistent and structured dialogue about space, geometry, form, and material.

Included in this exhibition are some of the earliest examples of Judd’s industrially manufactured objects that began his play of color, space and object.

Donald Judd is a name widely associated with minimalist art whose work resides in the permanent collections of The Museum of Modern Art, New York and has been extensively been exhibited worldwide.

November 25th, 2009 through January 29th, 2010
12 Berkeley Street
London WIJ 8DT
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