From Arroyo Grande to Ayala de Chinati

“…my first and largest interest is in my relation to the natural world, all of it, all the way out. This interest includes my existence, a keen interest, the existence of everything and the space and time that is created by the existing things. Art emulates this creation or definition by also creating, on a small scale, space and time.” 

-Donald Judd, “Art and Architecture,” 1983

In anticipation of the upcoming lecture by Judd Foundation’s Randy Sanchez Saturday, August 2, we invite you to explore this online exhibition featuring rare photographs and drawings that trace Judd’s environmental awareness in his acquisition of ranches along the Mexican border in the 1970s. Click here to explore!

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