A minimal furniture collection is on display at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. The exhibit seeks to provide a descriptive visual account of Donald Judd's work and contributions to design. The creative dabbled in painting and sculpture in the 60s, before making the move to furniture in the 70s. SFMOMA curates an event that offers the audience a look at his growth in modernist practice.
From the home pieces that he owned to the ones that he designed, the minimal furniture collection is a spectacular manifestation of simplicity, color-use and geometric dominance. In addition to the relevant designs, some of Donald Judd's paintings are showcased, as well as "an illustrated guide with photographs of his workplaces in New York City and Marfa."
Photo Credits: Matthew Millman, Kathrine Du Tiel
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