We’ve written many articles about furniture artist Donald Judd designed for his personal spaces in his Soho New York loft and his ranch in the mountains of western Texas. His visionary designs of beds, tables, sofas built of plywood are spare, doable and guaranteed to create a unique experience.  But we’ve had to hunt far and wide to find photographs and drawings.

So we were thrilled by the publication of Donald Judd Spaces, a rare visual survey of Judd’s living and working spaces. It contains a trove of new and archival photographs alongside five essays by the artist which afford a close look and greater understanding of his integrative thinking and aesthetic.

Here’s a sampling…

Donald Judd Spaces

Donald Judd Spaces

Donald Judd Spaces

Donald Judd Spaces
Donald Judd Spaces

We’re thinking it’s the gift book of the year for art/design aficionados.

AND we’re going to be sure to see the Donald Judd exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art. This video from it is utterly compelling.

Related Posts…

Sleeping Like Donald Judd In Low-To-The Floor Beds, With Details And Plans

The How And Why Of Donald Judd’s Brilliant Plywood Tables

Formula For A DIY Donald Judd-Esque Sofa

House Tour: Donald Judd’s Soho Loft (W Addendum)

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  1. Just saw the Donald Judd exhibit at MoMA. The best thing would be for everybody to come to NYC and see the show. It’s there through early July. I bought the book (which is NOT the catalogue for the show, but is also available at the museum). He writing is also a thing! I didn’t know…

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