The art of American visual artist Donald Judd is well-known across the globe, but few people are aware that he also worked extensively in the fields of architecture and design. After relocating to Marfa, Texas from New York in 1973, Judd began crafting simple, functional furniture and later went on to develop successful furniture series in wood and metal. The upcoming exhibition at the Vitra Schaudepot will display furniture pieces by Judd from the Vitra Design Museum’s collection alongside objects by designers whose works Judd collected.
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