Donald Judd is considered one of the most prominent artists of American Minimal Art. As an art theorist, Judd rejected the term "sculpture" and called his industrially manufactured objects "three-dimensional art". Judd's artworks, gathered from all around the world, will be shown at this retrospective, spanning 40 creative years of his life.
Nicholas Serota (GB), Marianne Stockebrand (USA)
K20 Kunstsammlung am Grabbeplatz (Düsseldorf)
Tate Modern (London)
Stiftung Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen