Coverbild Chinati
Chinati
Das Museum von Donald Judd
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Edited by: Marianne Stockebrand
Texts by: Rudi Fuchs, Donald Judd, Jenny Moore, Nicholas Serota, Richard Shiff, Marianne Stockebrand, Rob Weiner
Graphic Design: Rutger Fuchs
Institution: Chinati Foundation, Marfa, Texas
Artist: Donald Judd
German
February 2020 , 352 Pages , 270 Ills.
clothbound with dust jacket
302mm x 254mm
ISBN: 978-3-7757-4702-8
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| Art Treasures in the Desert
The Chinati Foundation is one of the world’s most prominent institutions of contemporary art. The foundation was founded by the American artist Donald Judd (1928–1994), whose unique ambition was to exhibit and maintain selected permanent installations that were meant to be inextricably bound to the surrounding landscape. Chinati is in Marfa, Texas, in the midst of a desert and the 345-acre property where the old Fort D. A. Russell once was. This volume offers the first comprehensive survey of the collection. The installations are shown in impressive photographs presented in chronological order.

DONALD JUDD (1928–1994) studied art history and philosophy and made himself a name as an art critic before becoming a world-famous artist in his own right. With the clear formal vocabulary of his visual work and the conception of his art museum, the Chinati Foundation in Marfa, Texas, Judd is counted among the major representatives of Minimalism.

DONALD JUDD (1928–1994) studied art history and philosophy and made himself a name as an art critic before becoming a world-famous artist in his own right. With the clear formal vocabulary of his visual work and the conception of his art museum, the Chinati Foundation in Marfa, Texas, Judd is counted among the major representatives of Minimalism.
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