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Trisha Brown: In Plain Site at 101 Spring Street



—01. Accumulation, Walker Art Center, 1978.


On May 1st and 2nd, The Judd Foundation will be staging a limited engagement presentation of dance works by Trisha Brown – friend and frequent collaborator of the highly regarded artist. A number of seminal dance pieces have been selected, representing a cross section of her career. These have been specially adapted for Judd’s former home and studio at 101 Spring Street to seamlessly introduce movement and sound into the space. The audience will be invited to view the scheduled performances throughout the building, allowing for those in attendance to take in the eclectic art collection and history of the only intact, single-use cast iron building left in Soho.

Judd Foundation


Now Booking: 101 Spring Street


101 Spring Street
New York, NY
+1 (212) 219 2747


Today, Donald Judd's birthday and exactly three years since the painstaking restoration process began, bookings are being taken for 101 Spring Street ahead of its opening on June 18th. In what has been the main objective and biggest challenge from the outset, visitors will be able to experience the artist's family home and studio from 1968 until his death in 1994 as it was originally installed. Each of the five floors is sparsely decorated with "pieces from his collection of over 500 objects, including original sculpture, paintings, drawings, prints, and furniture designed by Judd and others." Like many, I've been observing this process on visits to New York, and more closely via the Judd Foundation's amazing Restoration Image Newsreel, for some time. Being able to see inside, in person, is something I'm very much looking forward to.

Restoration Image Newsreel
Judd Foundation