Donald Judd “The Purest Element of Art”

Donald Judd, Stage Set, Vienna

Donald Judd, Stage Set, Vienna

“Donald Judd described his sculptures as specific objects. … challenging the way artists made and conceived artworks and the way in which viewers respond to them. It is almost as if they were challenging the viewer to ask, what is the purest and most essential element of art?”

Comparing Flavin and Judd, The 1960s and 1970s: Minimalism, Post-Minimalism and Conceptual Art

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