Untitled by Donal Judd, Tate Modern, London

Untitled by Donal Judd, Tate Modern, London

I had the chance to study Donald Judd’s work at the studio where I was working, so that was pretty recent. I saw one of his works at the Tate, which I find fascinating. My friend Luci in the picture : )

Text by the Tate on this sculpture, Untitled, done on 1985: From the 1960s onwards, Judd’s works were made in factories using common industrial materials. The colours in this work were chosen from an industrial colour chart, and enamel-baked on to aluminium sheets, which were then bolted into a precise arrangement determined by Judd.

 ‘I didn’t want them to combine’ he later wrote, ‘I wanted a multiplicity all at once’

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