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Local History: Castellani, Judd, Stella



—01. Installation view, London.


To mark the opening of Dominique Lévy's new space at 22 Old Bond Street, the gallery is hosting a group show split between their London and New York locations. Featuring the work of Enrico Castellani, Donald Judd and Frank Stella, the ambitious exhibition, entitled Local History, "captures a fleeting but profound moment of creative intersection in the careers of three exalted post-war artists." Curated by Linda Norden and Peter Ballantine, it runs until January 3rd in New York and January 24th in London. I thoroughly recommend the latter, and have it on good authority that the former is excellent too.

Dominique Lévy


Donald Judd: Woodcuts


Prints: Flavin, Judd, Sandback
David Zwirner Gallery
537 West 20th Street
New York, NY 10011
January 14th - March 1st, 2014


The Judd Foundation recently produced a special online feature on the artist's woodcut and print making process. It has been released as a companion piece, to offer extra insight into a new exhibition at David Zwirner New York. Prints features work by Donald Judd, Dan Flavin and Fred Sandback, who are all more widely known for their three-dimensional sculptural work. The show runs until March 1st, while the online feature is certainly worth a few moments of your time.

The Judd Foundation
David Zwirner


Roving Signs


Matthew Marks Gallery
522 West 22nd Street, New York
July 12th – August 16th, 2013


While looking into some exhibitions to visit on a trip to the West Coast, I stumbled across a fine looking one back home in New York. Roving Signs is a group show curated by Terry Winters, and featuring the work of 11 artists including Donald Judd, Anni Albers, Richard Aldrich, The Center for Land Use Interpretation, and Rachel Harrison. The show opened back in July, but there's still a few days left to take in what is sure to be an excellent and interesting collection of work.

Matthew Marks Gallery


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