It seems that even Artist Donald Judd liked muted, “dirty” pink walls, the focus of our ongoing obsession. Here’s one of the rooms in the Cobb House that he renovated in Marfa, Texas, the vast army base he bought and transformed in the 1990’s.

More about Judd’s transformation into an artist’s canvas of 16 decaying buildings, an entire decommissioned Army base, and three ranches spread across 40,000 acres, at NPR.org.

 

 

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