Sculptor, Painter (3-Jun-1928 12-Feb-1994)
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- Donald Judd, Artist, Revealed as a Philosopher-Critic by His Children
by Randy Kennedy. The New York Times, 25-Dec-2016.
- Growing Up Judd
by Jim Lewis. W Magazine, 1-May-2013.
- Lone Star Bohemia
The tiny West Texas border town of Marfa is 200 miles from anywhere, but after the late minimalist artist Donald Judd acquired dozens of its buildings, filling them with everything from Rembrandts to light sculptures, art-world pioneers and pilgrims made it their playground. Sean Wilsey and Daphne Beal channel the mix of tumbleweeds, talent, and iconoclasm that is key to Marfa's mystique.
by Sean Wilsey; Daphne Beal. Vanity Fair, Jul-2012.
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